Denmark’s Copenhagen Airport has installed Amadeus’ airport sequence manager and A-CDM portal solutions to minimise delays and increase its ground and air capacity.

Deployment of Amadeus solutions at the airport is part of a ten-year contract signed by both parties in March 2016.

Copenhagen Airport is set to implement nine solutions from Amadeus under the contract.

The latest two solutions will make the airport comply with the guidelines of Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM).

A-CDM is a joint venture between Eurocontrol, Airports Council International (ACI) Europe, Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

It outlines a series of standardised and automated operational procedures to enhance passenger experience at airports.

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"This will help airlines spend less time near the gate and on the runway so they can minimise delays, keep travellers happy, and save fuel."

The Amadeus airport sequence manager and A-CDM Portal solutions are designed to provide accurate aircraft departure information to the airport, airlines, ground handlers and air traffic controllers.

The solutions will also enable Copenhagen Airport to work closely with stakeholders to reduce flight delays, respond quickly to unpredictable events and efficiently use available resources.

Copenhagen Airports assets and technology CIO and vice-president Christian Poulsen said: “This will help airlines spend less time near the gate and on the runway so they can minimise delays, keep travellers happy, and save fuel thus reducing their impact on the environment. In short we all benefit – it’s a win-win.”

“We chose Amadeus as a strategic partner to provide the IT foundation to support our 'Expanding CPH' plan on how to grow from 25 to 40 million passengers per year.

“We are well on the way with that expansion plan.”

There are currently more than 20 A-CDM compliant airports across Europe.

Image: Copenhagen Airport. Photo: courtesy of Copenhagen Airports / KWITTKEN.