Ikusi presents Condor at Slot Conference 2019, its global proposal for slot management that increases airport operating capacity

June 2019
  • Ikusi supports airports and civil aviation authorities throughout the process, from definition to training the professionals who will operate the solution
  • Over 60 million passengers have already traveled on planes with slots coordinated by Condor
  • Ikusi will present its solution in Stand 505 of the Cape Town International Convention Center from June 17 to 19

Ikusi is one of the few companies worldwide availing of a specific product for slot management tailored to airports as well as the authorities charged with coordinating airport networks – a solution based on IATA standards, both in terms of the World Slot Guidelines and the Standard Schedules Information Manual (Chapter 6).

Ikusi complements this proposal with a range of services for supporting airports and aviation authorities by defining the process and providing ORAT (Operational Readiness and Transition) services, from this process definition up to personnel training for the professionals to operate the solution. 

The Benefits of Condor

The efficient slot management provided by Condor improves the use of airport capacity, making it possible to perform new operations using the same infrastructure and providing the capacity to enable demand distribution on the basis of records and airline requirements. 

Likewise, it offers airlines incentives for healthy competition in order to fill the slots assigned and helps improve the management of the air traffic burden through close collaboration and data sharing between airports and aviation authorities.

To do this, Condor allows for automated seasonal slot planning, designated slot compliance monitoring, the fast identification of limited resources, and the management of ad-hoc changes requested by airlines. 

Moreover, it avails of a free airline registration portal to visualize flight planning, check runway capacity and availability, coordinate on-line, and verify progress in terms of compliance for the season. 
Over 60 million passengers have already traveled on planes with slots coordinated by Condor. This solution operates in the international airports of Cuba, at the International Airport of Mexico City and at that of Rio Galeão in Brazil, an airport that Condor has helped turn into one of the most punctual in Latin America. Condor is likewise being deployed at the Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima (Peru).