In today’s airport’s environment accurate aircraft movement accountability is essential. In order for airport management to gather the data for FAA Form 5010, it needs to develop a system that can provide accurate figures on total aircraft operations.
Simply put, how can an airport ensure its fees are accurate? Or that the airport has an accurate accounting of aircraft movements so as to apply for state or federal funding?
In the on-going quest for airport improvement funding, how can airport operators accurately substantiate to government organizations and others an airport’s aircraft movements on a daily, monthly or even yearly basis?
Traditionally, these movements have been monitored and recorded by an employee or outside consulting source that can cost airports a great deal in salaries, fees and lost revenues due to human error and inaccurate recording. A better solution is at hand.
With the WASP Aircraft Tail Number Identification System, TTI offers a one-two punch to help airports capture aircraft tail numbers that can provide an accurate record of all operations needed for both billing and funding purposes. In total, the WASP system can become a primary source to improve airport revenue.