Airport Statistical Management Information
Our Airport Statistical Management Information System (ASMIS), is ideal software to help manage a small to medium-sized airport and to provide all the necessary management information.
ASMIS helps small to medium-sized airports monitor all aircraft, passenger and cargo activity more effectively.
ASMIS is a web-based application providing real-time information and management reports on all airport activity, including:
- Aircraft arrivals and departures
- Passenger numbers, embarking, disembarking and in transit
- Cargo data
- Analysis of Aircraft operator activity
- Parking and overtime monitoring by Airline
- Analysis of aircraft movements by type and by category
- Service charge calculations and invoice production
- Load factor calculations for effective decision making
- Scheduled flight maintenance
- Effective assistance for Air Traffic Control (ATCO)
Other features of the ASMIS system include:
- Flight information verification
- Aircraft activity statistical information
- Passenger and cargo movements
- Analysis of flight information by type of movement
- Billing of aircraft activity per operator for landings, parking and extensions.
- Analysis of flight information per aircraft type
- Invoice calculations for aircraft landings, parking and passenger disembarkation / embarkation fees
- Billing calculations for ancillary airport services such as rentals and general service charges
- Production of IATA passenger schedules for recharging
- The ability to email invoices and schedules to customers
- Reports integration with Microsoft Excel
- Yearly comparison analysis reports for passenger throughput, cargo handling and arrivals/departures
- Security access levels to allow airlines to access their own information and update if necessary
- Cash book facility for private aircraft aeronautical fees
ASMIS is currently being used at a number of regional airports within the Caribbean area and we are now offering ASMIS to all airports as either a standalone solution or integrated into existing computer systems.