Israeli ground handling company Laufer Aviation is to test out a new technology system by AirSphere aimed at synchronizing flight operation information and improving communications. The trials will initially be conducted at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport, and will later be held at Israel's other international airports.
Laufer Aviation will use the AirSphere system to manage its daily operations including its customer agreements, flight schedules, communications and billing. The system should allow the ground handling firm to share information with its headquarters, operations and accounting departments.
In addition, Laufer Aviation will be able to offer its clients access to key areas of the system to view and track information relevant to them.
Niv Schwartz, CEO of AirSphere says, "Teaming with Laufer is a major step towards implementing our technology internationally."
Laufer Aviation serves over two million travelers on more than 10,000 flights per year, through its presence in all five of Israel's international airports.