Airports Landing & Parking Charges Billing System

Strategic Design That Gets Results

Amar InfoTech become a leader for cloud-based airport billing and ground handling billing systems. In addition, It has deployed its systems to airports/ground handlers in Asia and Africa. More than 9 years of experience in Travel, as well as airport charges and ground handling contracts, make airport billing one of our core competencies.

Amar InfoTech provides fully integrated cloud based solution for the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), Airports and Airlines delivering a cost effective and comprehensive data gathering, invoicing and collection service which eliminated inaccuracies, errors and delays for better revenue management.

Benefits of Using Our Billing Software

  • Save administration overhead by streamlining your invoicing processes, reduce manual calculations and media gaps throughout your system landscape.
  • Invoice quicker, more frequently and more accurately, realize your revenues earlier and reduce clearing efforts.
  • Send your invoices not just as paper but also electronically; your airline customers will appreciate this service.
  • Save IT costs by replacing costly customer-tailored systems with standard software.
  • Make your billing data available for business intelligence for more insights in your airport’s potentials.

Landing Charges

The Council recommends that the following principles be taken into account when landing charges are established:

  • Landing charges should be based on the weight formula, using the maximum certificated takeoff weight as indicated in the certificate of airworthiness (or other prescribed document) as the basis for assessment. However, allowance should be made for the use of a fixed charge per aircraft or a combination of a fixed charge with a weight-related element, in certain circumstances, such as at congested airports and during peak periods.
  • The landing charge scale should be based on a constant rate per 1 000 kilograms or pounds in weight, but the rate may be varied at a certain level or levels of weight if considered necessary.
  • Where charges for approach and aerodrome control are levied as part of the landing charge or separately, they could take aircraft weight into account but less than in direct proportion. (Principles applicable to such charges are addressed more fully in the Policies on Charges for Air Navigation Services.)
  • No differentiation in rates should be applied for flights because of the stage length flown.
  • A single charge should be applied for costs of as many as possible of airport-provided facilities and services for normal landing and take-off of aircraft (generally excluding hangars and certain terminal-building and other facilities as are normally handled by leases or other usual commercial practices).
  • Where restrictions on aircraft payload are imposed by airport limitations, consideration should be given locally to adjusting the landing charge indicated by the weight scale in cases where the restrictions are of a severe and long-lasting nature.
  • The ordinary landing charge should cover the use of lights and special radio aids for landing where these are required, since it is in the interest of safety that aircraft operators should not be discouraged from utilizing aids by the imposition of separate charges for their use. If separate charges are made for facilities of this kind, they should not be levied on the basis of optional use but should be uniformly imposed on all landings occurring during periods established by the airport operators.

Parking and Hangar Charges

The Council recommends that the following principles be applied in establishing parking and hangar charges:

  • For the determination of charges associated with use of parking, hangar and long-term storage of aircraft, maximum permissible take-off weight and/or aircraft dimensions (area occupied) and length of stay should be used so far as possible as the basis.
  • The period of free parking time for aircraft immediately following landing should be determined locally by considering aircraft scheduling, space availability and other pertinent factors.

Quality Features

  • High reliability and performance by using industry standards.
  • Easy-to-use graphical user interfaces.
  • High level of data security and validation outstanding integration abilities.
  • Easy adaptation to customer specific requirements by multiple levels of customizing.
  • All necessary implementation and maintenance services offered by Amar InfoTech.

Why To Choose Amar InfoTech for Passenger Service Charges Billing System for Air Aviation Authority ?

  • 9+ years of experience in the industry
  • We develop user friendly, all browser and all devices responsive websites.
  • We are remarkably strong in coding and creating eccentric designs.
  • Quality services at affordable prices.
  • 100% Client Satisfaction.
  • Good knowledge of latest technology.
  • 24*7 Customer Support.