AAI unveils e-billing solution for navigation service providers, air operators

The system would help the users to avoid revenue leakages, reduce redundancies, disputes and help in easy integration

GN Bureau | February 24, 2017


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 State-run Airports Authority of India, a miniratna PSU, in association with international air transport association (IATA) has unveiled a comprehensive e-billing solution—SKYREV360 to help air navigation service provider (ANSP) and airport operators.

The system would help the users to avoid revenue leakages, reduce redundancies, disputes, easy integration and also help in curtailing the debt collection period to the minimum. The system is compatible to any of the radar systems in the world and can be hosted on cloud servers too, said a press release.
 
SKYREV360 was globally launched by civil aviation minister P Ashok Gajapathi Raju in the presence of AAI top brass and delegates from 19 countries.
 
A three-day workshop was also organised for the delegates from ANSP and airport operators from 19 countries in Goa. The minister lauded the efforts of AAI in bringing out the first ever end-to-end solution of e-billing for the aeronautical and airport charges which has been brought out by AAI in make in India initiatives.
 
Civil aviation secretary RN Choubey gave an insight into AAI’s cutting edge technologies like GAGAN, NOCAS and gave glimpses of the India’s new civil aviation policy and regional connectivity scheme of the government of India. AAI chairman Guruprasad Mohapatra emphasised AAI’s aim to generate more and better business opportunities by exploring unexplored business territories.
 

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