Features and Benefits of our Remote Stand Plan Module
Our Remote Stand Plan uses Google Maps data to overview your airfield visually and try different configurations on your airfield map. Update it with details specific to your site.
Save planning time
Plan Remain Overnights (RONS) and long-term parking. Try different configurations to maximise the utilisation of available capacity. Mark up, label and colour areas as in use or out of service.
Anticipate the unexpected
Take last-minute changes in your stride. Utilise your airfield capacity to the full so you don’t run out of space. During the Covid-19 pandemic, airports used our Remote Stand Plan to find space for grounded aircraft when restrictions came into force.
Model your airfield using actual aircraft models. Pick from a list of the most popular aircraft with accurate dimensions and maximum take-off weights (MTOWS). You can also allocate each aircraft’s tail numbers or other identifiers
Share your Remote Stand Plan with the airport’s accounts team, ensuring accurate billing. Updates are immediately visible to all stakeholders.
Customisable access control
Grant tailored access to various stakeholders, allowing them to view, request, or modify gate information based on their roles and responsibilities.
Want to learn more about our Remote Stand Plan module? Contact our sales team, and we’ll show you the full power of what AeroCloud can do.
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