A-ICE

IT Solutions Provider for Airports, Airlines and Ground Handlers

A-ICE provides value added IT solutions and integrated applications to Airport, Airlines and Ground Handlers, with a specific experience in the implementation and support of mission critical systems. A-ICE relies on its strong relationship with the Air Transport community, addressing and anticipating the needs as they evolve. With over 25 years of experience in this field providing the most up to date software and IT solutions to satisfy customer requirements.

From passenger and luggage management (A-DCS), aircraft monitoring (A-HDB), airport display information systems (A-FIDS), messaging distribution, our solutions are easy to use, reducing start-up time and cost: plug it and go live. A-ICE offers a consultative approach, which allows us to tailor each solution to each customer’s individual requirements, after all each business is run differently.

So, when you need IT simple, A-ICE can deliver.

You can visit us at: www.a-ice.aero

Company Profile

  • A-ICE Departure Control System

    A-DCS Departure Control System comprehensive functionality covers all aspects of passenger, baggage and aircraft handling. The system, designed for Airport Authorities and Handling Companies, is suitable for all airlines and compatible with all aircraft types. A-ICE on-going development guarantees a state-of-the-art solution that will evolve as the industry recommend.

    Benefits: Fast and efficient check-in, accurate and secure, easy configurable, easy learning reducing training time, cute-less, integrated reservation module, making it very cost effective and improves customer service.

  • A-WBS Weight and Balance System

    A-WBS Weight and Balance System comprehensive functionality covers full load control and balance for passenger, mail and cargo flights. The A-ICE Weight and Balance is suitable for Airlines, Airport Authorities, Ground and Cargo Handling companies, and is compatible with all aircraft types.

    Benefits: Fast, Accurate and secure preloading, loading and balancing process management, reduce training costs, easy integration to third party (DCS’s & Cargo Management Systems).

  • A-BRS Baggage Reconciliation System

    A-BRS will keep track of every movement of every bag and container in the system.
    The system is highly efficient because it takes full advantage of host lines already in place for passenger departure control and uses BagLink® and BagMessage® gateways to send and receive baggage messages in standard IATA formats.

    Benefits: Matches all bags with boarded passengers, minimizes misdirected Baggage and associated rerouting costs, tracks every bag and container, reduces passenger processing time, automates tracking of passenger boarding and loggage loading, reduces wasted gate time.

  • A-HDB Handling Database

    A-HDB is the perfect solution for managing flight ground operations and services. Full dispatching and supervision throughout the ground time cycle. A comprehensive solution, gathering data from flights and services, to give Ground Handlers complete visibility of operations throughout the ground process cycle. Several views and charts are available for monitoring real-time operations. Among them, apron view with flight status, task status, resources allocated and relevant positioning or a turnaround monitor with arrival and departure information at a glance and possibility to add or modify information quickly.

    Benefits: Streamline operations with central database containing all real-time data, early identification of potential delays and critical situations, keep track of all available services and extra services requests along with time of important flight operations (pax disembarkation/embarkation, cargo/mail/baggage offloading /loading, refueling start/end and etc…), resources management to match SLAs, reduced training times with user friendly and intuitive interface.

Company News

Return of EU Slots Usage Rule Sparks Debate

The European Commission (EC) has announced that it plans to reinstate the so-called 80:20 slot use rules for the 2022/23 Winter season. This has sparked debate across the industry as airports welcome the decision, but …

US Airports Lead the Way in World Traffic Growth Report

ACI World recently published its annual World Airport Traffic Dataset for the full year of 2021. Published in July, the report offers insights into the global air traffic rankings by type (domestic and freight) and …

See A-ICE at FTE Global Las Vegas 2022

Future Travel Experience Global (FTE) is back on the aviation calendar and A-ICE looks forward to seeing you there in just a few weeks’ time. Come and meet us on stand D21 from 6-9 September …

Smart Airport Investment Where You Need It Most

Investment in technology is widely accepted as the way forward in the airport industry. This is because the latest solutions offer to meet the need for greater efficiency and scalability. However, for small and medium-sized …

Is Your DCS Ready for a Resurgence of Traffic?

All over the world, passenger numbers are growing, with many airports reporting the highest figures in May since 2019. As pace continues to gather around the school holidays, it offers a promising outlook for the …

Keeping Airport IT Simple

Airport operations are traditionally complex, incorporating passenger, flight and security data, baggage handling and compliance, plus a host of other processes that are central to everyday operation. With passenger numbers on the rise alongside burgeoning …

Automate Weight and Balance to Simplify Pre-Flight Planning

Pre-flight planning is a complex process, consisting of many different parts and various teams. An important aspect of planning is ensuring accurate Weight and Balance for the safety and stability of the flight. This is …

Meet A-ICE at PTE Paris 2022 (15-17 June)

The Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) is back in 2022 and A-ICE look forward to seeing you there. Come and meet us on 15-17 June at booth Z3.6007 at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. PTE is …

How Ground Handling Tech Gives Wings to Airport Management

Ground handlers all over the world are beginning to understand the benefits and value that ground handling technology and cloud services bring to airport management. It is becoming clearer that traditional on-premises software, manual processes …

Come and see us at IGHC Paris 2022 (31st May – 2nd June)

The annual IATA Ground Handling Conference (IGHC) is fast approaching, and A-ICE are excited to be exhibiting this year. Come and see us in Paris at booth 33 from 31st May- 2nd June 2022. Register …

Three Ways to Transform Passenger Experience

Passenger experience is high on the priority list for global airports of all sizes. It is becoming increasingly important to ensure passengers can enjoy a smooth, trouble and stress-free journey, not only within the airport …

A-ICE at the Dubai Airport Show 17th-19th May 2022

A-ICE are excited to be exhibiting on two stands at the Dubai Airport Show amongst 200 other industry names. Come and see us at booth 2255 or visit us in the Italian Pavilion at booth …

European Travel Continues Recovery Despite Restrictions

The European aviation industry is continuing promising recovery, now also beginning to see stable, if gradual growth in its share of international capacity. Growth has slowed its pace however, and some industry experts blame this in …

Increasing Passenger Confidence with Social Distancing Technology

Increasing passenger confidence is an important part of the aviation recovery strategy. Providing a safe, controlled and distanced airport environment is therefore a core responsibility and high on the priority list for airport operators and …

Soar into a New Normal with Airline IT Solutions

With the aviation industry now looking at how to adapt to returning passenger numbers, the focus is once again back firmly on passenger experience. New and additional requirements spell longer queues for many travellers and …

2022 Cargo Growth Strong and Rising

The cargo sector of the aviation industry has experienced stronger growth than any other over the past 12 months. So much so, that at the GHI Conference last year, cargo was hailed as the ‘star …

FIDS Airport Tech: Real-time crucial to post-pandemic increases

Keeping passengers reliably informed with FIDS airport tech throughout their journey has always been important. It maintains passenger flow and can help to reduce the stress that many feel in the airport environment. Today, it …

Positive Outlook Continues for Aviation in 2022

Across the aviation industry, the positive outlook of the last quarter continues, with high hopes for 2022 in both passenger and cargo operations. New variants of Covid-19 may add risk, but the industry is still …

Global Ground Handling: time for change?

Ground handling teams around the world have a unique opportunity with no better time than now to ‘grow back better,’ according to the experts. A-ICE recently attended the long-awaited and much-anticipated GHI Conference, where we …

GHI Conference underlines the value of community connections

In recent years, despite the continued drive towards digital communication, live events have played an increasing role in aviation’s marketing mix. As such, the COVID-driven cancellation of so many conferences and exhibitions over the past 18 …

Why Digital Airport Management Technology is Key to Aviation Recovery

  Air travel across Europe is increasing, and while it still has a way to go to reach pre-pandemic levels, the industry is optimistic as recovery figures grow almost daily. Growth is being seen across Europe …

Optimism in European aviation industry as numbers rise

Hope turns to optimism in the European aviation industry as the latest figures show strong signs of recovery. This comes as welcome news and comes with predictions of continued growth for the rest of the …

GHI Annual Conference: Planning for a flexible future

There is no doubting that the aviation sector has been left shaken and scarred by the pandemic. Nobody saw it coming, nobody could have forecast how devastating it would be, and nobody yet knows the full …

US air cargo industry continues to reach for the sky

As the international aviation community work towards a responsible and more importantly, sustainable recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is continuing record growth across the air cargo sector. In the US, potential significant …

Surviving the Aviation Recovery Phase: a new approach to economics

The aviation industry has experienced a shakedown of an extraordinary scale over the last year. However, industry operators, airlines and professionals are now finding hope on the horizon and taking a fresh look at how …

The rise of a socially distanced airport

With changing regulations and guidelines, travel uncertainty and the ever-present economic pressures, how will the industry handle the first leg of the recovery phase? Find out how airports of all sizes need to plan their …

US Plan for Significant Aviation Investment

Since President Biden called on Congress to invest $25 billion in the countries’ airports at the end of March, industry leaders have described it as a ‘solid beginning’ to help the sector ‘taxi towards brighter …

A Runway to Recovery for Aviation

The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves through the industry, creating uncertainty for all sectors as passenger numbers plummet in all parts of the globe. However, the onslaught of bad news and catastrophic forecasts are being …

A-ICE Takeoff in 2021 Aviation Events at the Dubai Airport Show

The Dubai Airport Show will go ahead next week (24-26 May 2021), becoming the first physical aviation event to be held since the outbreak of Covid-19. The three-day event marks a milestone for the industry …

Contact

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00071, Pomezia (Rome) ITALY
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Milano, ITALY
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  • Rome (HQ): +39 0690214421

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