Five UK airports to install Gentrack’s Airport 20/20 software

7 July 2015 (Last Updated July 7th, 2015 18:30)

Auckland-based specialist software developer Gentrack Group will be launching its 20/20 solutions across five airports in the UK.

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Auckland-based specialist software developer Gentrack Group will be launching its 20/20 solutions across five airports in the UK.

The company will install its platform at Aberdeen, Glasgow, Southampton Airports (AGS), Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield and Durham Tees Valley Airports.

The project at AGS airports covers the implementation of the 20/20 Aero Billing solution, while Peel Group airports will implement the fully integrated 20/20 Airport Operational Database (AODB), Flight Information Display (FIDS) and Aero Billing.

Gentrack 20/20 general manager Nigel Farley said: "Through implementation of the integrated 20/20 FIDS, AODB, Billing and Resource Management solutions, we have been able to streamline the flows of operational data to ensure that all stakeholders can collaborate in a timely manner with access to accurate information on all aspects of the airport community."

AGS will use the technology for streamlining its management of aero and non-aero revenues from landing fees, aircraft movements and other airport resources. The solution is expected to be operational by the end of September.

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield and Durham Tees Valley Airport are expected to use the platform to support future growth.

Gentrack's Airport 20/20 platform is already supporting more than 100 airports, including Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle and London City airports.

The platform helps in aeronautical billing, resource management, flight information display, collaborative decision making, interactive dashboards, airport intelligence, property management and an airport operational database.


Image: The five UK airprots to use Airport 20/20 include Aberdeen, Glasgow, Southampton Airports (AGS), Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield and Durham Tees Valley Airports. Photo: courtesy of Gentrack.