Planning of airport activities, and ultimately passenger forecasting, is key for raising efficiency, improving safety, reducing emissions, and controlling operational cost. The AIRHART Flight Schedule Management module allows for maximum resource utilisation across multiple planning scenarios.
The Flight Schedule Management module enables smooth processing of flight schedules, making smarter schedule assessment and activation possible.
The Flight Schedule Management module provides business value from day one by:
The Flight Schedule Management module is developed continuously, with new features added in each development cycle.
The Schedule Maturity Score is one such feature. Based on an AI predicted maturity score, the system can automatically and continuously activate flight records allowing for early planning.
When the planning process for a new season begins, airports continuously receive schedule entries – as the process proceeds, the plan is updated regularly with changes, additions, and cancellations. Only once the plan stabilises it can be activated, because once it is activated, airport operations are planned according to the capacity required based on the activated plan.
Activating a high-quality seasonal plan, as early as possible, is a strong advantage for airports — allowing them to plan operations ahead of time. However, before activating a plan, the airport must determine if the plan is mature enough for activation. A plan is considered mature once data is reliable. This is where the AIRHART Schedule Maturity Score comes in.
The AIRHART system calculates a “maturity score” for each entry, indicating how reliable the data entries are. The score is calculated using artificial intelligence (AI) based on a combination of different parameters and data sources. For example:
The score is expressed as a percentage and can be aggregated on route, airline and overall season level too.