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Aerobahn software benefits JFK

Aerobahn meters flights.

Aerobahn’s Adam MacKenzie, gave the Kaamco Operations Committee an update on its software and new features that is a set of products that improves efficiency, collaboration and decision-making in the airport environment.

Give the recent focus on storm operations, the Operations Committee invited Autobahn to give an overview of the software features which includes flight metering, airline daily arrival and departure reports, deicing conditions status, runway activities, diversions, and a flight management system.

Recent upgrades include extending metering hours from 11pm until much later during storms; helping out at the EOC during severe weather conditions; reminding people of the daily telecom at 3:45 with IATA and FAA air traffic control. Ralph Tamburo, said the daily calls are valuable especially in bad weather. Terri Rizutto, Port Landside manager and ops meeting moderator said “I encourage all to get on these calls.”

According to MacKenzie, the Aerobahn team wants to provide the best services and he seeks any recommendations for application improvement from the users at the airport.

Aerobahn will be having a 2-day User Conference in Syracuse on June 6-7 and invites all interested to attend.

In an after presentation announcement, Teresa Rizzuto updated the operations people on other news: Port is testing alternate employee transportation in the event the Airtrain suspends activity during bad weather; the 2018 FOD clean up day is scheduled for June 12/27; There is a greater number of cots available for all that need them during severe conditions at the EOC at building 111; Runway 13L will be under construction beginning in September; next Aerobahn training will be held April 19.

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