delair receives order from Dusseldorf Airport to support the setup of an Airport Control Center

The Flughafen Düsseldorf GmbH has decided to launch measures to improve punctuality. These measures include the setup of a control center across the respective organisations. The Airport Control Center (ACC) shall support all partners at the airport in order to guarantee a cooperative planning of operational processes and, due to their vicinity, to react fast and efficiently to deviations of the planning.
Christoph Blume, Chairman of the management of the Flughafen Düsseldorf GmbH, says: Due to its new function as Germanys third hub the processes at Dusseldorf Airport have become significantly more complex. By integrating an ACC we expect an optimisation of operational procedures and an improved interaction between all partners involved in air traffic. Delair Air Traffic Systems and the subcontractor avion Airport Consult support Dusseldorf Airport with their profound knowledge in airport operations and process management. Delairs expert consulting and products help to optimise processes at the airport and in the surrounding airspace, focused on the optimisation of airside and groundside operations. delairs successful holistic approach exceeds the limits of organisations and systems. Avion provides special knowledge about aviation and contributes to the project its long-time practical airport experience in capacity and punctuality management, process management, design and optimisation of aviation processes and traffic control.
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