Efficiently manage your crew’s preferences, requests and swaps
Is your airline looking to increase job satisfaction and provide more choice for your crew? APM’s crewing suite allows for seamless communication between crew managers and cabin crew.
Updates to the CrewWeb+ module
We have just made a major release across all our modules and we’re excited to introduce some new features within our web based platform – CrewWebPlus. These additions have been implemented to provide users with more options and flexibility to improve efficiency within the crewing team.
CrewWebPlus provides your crew with remote access to their personal area, where they can:
Focus on operational contingencies with APM’s SmartOps
Flight operations — filters, sorting and alerts
Pressures that airlines face on the day of operations can make the efficient management of flights challenging. With such a large focus on the passenger experience, ensuring flights are as near to their schedules as possible is a main priority for the airlines’ OCC departments. APM’s operations software – SmartOps, has been designed to assist airlines with the smooth running of their aircraft during the flight watch period whilst minimising disruptions to the customer.
Generate and ingest IATA, ICAO and ACARS messages with APM software
airline software solutions to generate and ingest a range of IATA, ICAO and ACARS messages for necessary communications between your airline and external operators, ensuring smooth operation of your flights.
Messages assist with the scheduling, crewing, slot management, operations, ATC and payload areas of your business. (more…)
APM connects with fatigue risk management platform — SAFE
APM Technologies are pleased to announce that from February 2018 we will be offering all customers with a SAFE suite license the ability to easily track the fatigue risks to their crew members with the integration of the SAFE Suite of predictive fatigue models with our crewing module; CrewLogic.
DAKAR Airport – new major airport opens
After over a decade of development, Blaise Diagne International Airport officially opened on Thursday 7th December 2017 at 12:00pm GMT. The new airport will take over services from Senegal’s largest airport, Leopold Sedar Senghor Airport, based in Dakar.
Blaise Diagne is based approximately 45km from Senegal’s capital of Dakar and is over 5 times the size of the old airport, aiming to handle 3 million passengers a year.