One of the main processes that guarantee the operational efficiency of an airport is the management and coordination of slots. Condor is an application that allows you to plan and monitor slots based on the different resources that limit the capacity of the airport.
Condor improves airport capacity utilization by verifying in real time the infrastructure capacity needed to confirm, reject or propose alternative schedules for the use of airport resources in a given period of time. It makes it possible to attract new operations with the same infrastructure; it provides the capacity to be able to distribute the demand for operations according to the historical and needs of airlines.
It also encourages airlines to engage in healthy competition to meet allocated slots and helps improve air traffic load management through close collaboration between the airport and air navigation authorities by sharing data.
Condor allows the planning of seasonal slots, monitoring the fulfillment of assigned slots, quickly identifies limiting resources, manages Ad-hoc changes requested by airlines, and in an automated way.
In addition, it has a free registration portal for airlines to view flight planning, check availability of runway capacity, on-line coordination and check compliance progress during the season.
Condor is aimed at those organizations or entities that wish to coordinate an airport or airport network: slot coordination associations, airport facilitators such as airport handling agents or planning departments, civil aviation authorities or other stakeholders in charge of slot coordination.
Condor, a unique solution
Ikusi is one of the few companies in the world that has a specific product for slot management, aimed at both airports and the authorities in charge of coordinating an airport network. A solution based on IATA standards, both the World Slot Guidelines and the Standard Schedules Information Manual (Chapter 6).
A proposal that Ikusi completes with a range of services that accompanies airports and navigation authorities by defining the process and providing ORAT (Operational Readiness and Transition) services, from the definition of the process to the training of the professionals who are going to operate the solution.
More than 200 million passengers already travel in airplanes whose slots have been coordinated by Condor. A solution that is operative, among others, in Cuba’s international airports, in Mexico City’s International Airport, in Brazil’s Rio Galeão Airport, which Condor has helped to turn into one of the most punctual airports in Latin America, and in French airports such as Charles de Gaulle and Orly. Condor is also being deployed at Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima, Peru.