A file of Landing Fee invoices in .CSV format is emailed by Aimm within one week of the end of each month, with full details of each movement. This has the complete names and addresses of the aircraft operators from the current CASA Aircraft Register in Australia, and the CAA Register in New Zealand. Each movement is priced according to the aerodrome's pricing rules. Most Airports and Airfields already have an efficient billing system available, and substantial savings in Landing Fee Collection costs are gained by making use of that rather than paying a third-party to duplicate the billing function.
Aimm identifies for every movement: the time, date, the specific aircraft call sign or flight number, (and in the case of major airlines, the actual aircraft that flew the sector on that occasion), aircraft weight, type of aircraft, aircraft operator with full name and address, type of movement (Takeoff / Landing / Touch-and-Go), and runway or helipad approach in use.
Yes. In addition to the Landing Fees, any charge incurred by an aircraft can be entered directly into the Aimm website as soon as it occurs. E.g. An airport / airfield staff member can use a computer (or a mobile device like a tablet or smart phone) to remotely enter a parking fee as soon as they see that a visiting aircraft has parked overnight, when they sell it fuel, or at the time they provide other airport services. There is no need for the charge to be written down for an office worker to enter it into the billing system later, though this can be done if preferred. Full details of the charge will be imported into the airport's billing system with the monthly import of landing fees. The reports show 'hours on ground' and 'days on ground' before each takeoff, and this helps to identify aircraft that could have incurred parking charges.
Aimm supplies a self contained unit on a maintained lease that is plugged into the power at the airfield / airport. Your staff don't have to do anything else. The unit automatically monitors activity 24 / 7 / 365.
Discuss with Aimm staff the challenges and opportities that your Airport faces. If it sounds better than the method you are currently using to collect fees from aircraft, try it and see... Aimm does not require a committment or set length contract, and any Client can discontinue the system anytime without penalty. We get very few who do not continue and are happy to stand behind the performance of our system.
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Landing Fees, Cost Effective Billing and Collection
Reports, Statistics and full Data for effective management and reporting
Regulatory Compliance, including CASA (Australia) and CAA (NZ) Part 139 Reporting
Risk Management, Health and Safety, Incident Investigation
Complaint Resolution and Noise Management
Airport Funding, Grant Applications and Airport Master Plans.
Aimm Brief Details... How it works, What it costs.
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