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01.03.2018

Webinar: Operational Terminal Prediction - maximising airport capacity through forecasting demand

Did you know that by 2035, there will be 50% more flights than there are today? Airports around the world are being challenged by the growth in air travel, which is outpacing their ability to expand capacity and meet customer’s...

10.01.2018

JFK uses cloud-based technology to manage terminal traffic

Unlike most aircraft traffic, pedestrian traffic inside the terminal is notoriously tricky to track and predict.It takes no time at all for congestion to build at ticket counters/bag drop areas or lines to form at security...

02.05.2017

BEONTRA selected to improve operational efficiency at Keflavik Airport

Icelandic airport operator Isavia has selected the BEONTRA Operational Terminal Prediction (OTP) tool to help maximize the efficiency of its terminal operations at Keflavik Airport following a successful pilot...

03.04.2017

21st BEONTRA Summit in Oslo

The 21st BEONTRA Summit was held in Oslo on March 30-31, 2017. We are delighted to have achieved record numbers with 54 customers from 19 airports and one airline attending. It was also the most international event ever with not...

25.10.2016

Successful Route Development Summit in Lisbon

Another BEONTRA Route Development Summit was held in Lisbon last Thursday and Friday, October 20-21, 2016. We were delighted to welcome 22 participants from 13 airports as well as representatives from Vinci Airports,...

10.10.2016

The software to make airports less miserable finally hits the US

You can never know how messed up an airport’s going to be. Each stage of the convoluted process (parking, check-in, security, boarding, baggage, customs and immigration, and even waiting in a line for coffee) can push you...

07.10.2016

BEONTRA at OR2016

On 31 August - 2 September, two BEONTRA Operations Research Experts attended OR2016 - an annual international conference of the German Operations Research Society in Hamburg. They delivered a speech on some of BEONTRA's success...

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