BSP5 progress: Load Forecasting

Beginning of this year we started the development of the new BEONTRA suite with the current working title “BSP 5”. The overall goal is to create solution-based workflows and open up the existing modules to each other and the...


The capacity vs. demand challenge – BEONTRA's new Capacity Demand Dashboard

Airports are going to run out of capacity due to the phenomenal growth of the aviation industry. We are confronted with this constantly. Still, the question remains: what can your organization do to meet the rising demand in the...


Unleash the power of your data / Security Forecasting with BEONTRA has just become more accurate – Show Up Profiles Per Flight

A first version of an interface has been finalized that allows the usage of show up profiles for each individual flight. Besides the higher level of detail that can now be covered resulting in more accuracy of your Security...


BEONTRA Selected to Improve Planning Efficiency at the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru

Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru has selected the BEONTRA Scenario Forecasting & Capacity Planning Suite to maximize the efficiency of its terminal operations and support the growth.Read the full press release...


23rd BEONTRA Summit

At the beginning of April, we held our annual BEONTRA Summit, hosted by our customer at Brussels Airport, the heart of Europe. With almost 40 clients and prospects attending from 21 different airports, airlines and ground...


Deliveries have never been better

We have made a leap forward in our process of delivering our latest software updates to you. At the BEONTRA Summit in Vienna back in April, we presented the principle of the protection unit as our approach to improve our delivery...


Thanks for joining us at BEONTRA B Academy: Operational Terminal Prediction

At the end of November, we held our first B Academy around Operational Terminal Prediction, hosted by our customer Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar.

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