Specific data is provided for Regulatory Reports to satisfy local body movement limits, and noise footprint consents.
At the required intervals, compliance reports are automatically emailed with the detail required by the Aviation Authority for each Aimm Client airport, to suit their Country and Certificated status.
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related requirements in '.
Aimm-Plus and Aimm-Regional provide all this this information. Aimm-Lite
provides all except the day/night split. Aerodromes are required to
have this information available but currently not required to routinely submit
to CASA. There is an active NPRM in force and if the requirments change
Aimm's reports will be modified to suit.
AUSTRALIA: The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Advisory Circular AC 139-09(0) requires Aerodromes to, "Ascertain current usage of the aerodrome: type and frequency of aircraft activities, maximum size of aircraft using the aerodrome, level of night operations
". There are related requirements inAC139-16(1) 'Safety Management Systems For Aerodromes
'. Aimm-Plus and Aimm-Regional provide all this this information. Aimm-Lite provides all except the day/night split. Aerodromes are required to have this information available but currently not required to routinely submit to CASA. There is an active NPRM in force and if the requirments change Aimm's reports will be modified to suit.
NEW ZEALAND: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) requires all aerodromes to submit regular movement reports to CAA:
-- Certificated Aerodromes: CAA rule 139.76 and 139.411 require Certificated aerodromes to submit monthly movement data at the end of each quarter year. Aimm prepares this data for each of its Certificated Client Airports, broken down as specified, and sends details within seven days of the end of each quarter with links and directions for filling in form 24139 / 05 and submitting electronically.
-- Non-Certficated Aerodromes: CAA rule 139.505 applies to Non-Certificated aerodromes which are required to submit form 24139 / 06 annually. At the required time Aimm collates the appropriate data for these client aerodromes, with instructions on downloading form 24139 / 06 and submitting it electronically.
Example for Certificated NZ Airport:
Aimm's Regulatory Reports and reminders make it quick and easy to fulfil the regulatory requirements so that the Aerodrome can remain in compliance.
The Airport Manager automatically gets monthly reports within a week of each month ending, and any required figures can be sent from that. Also many Airports and Airfields have a specific requirement to report the movement counts for the whole Financial Year to the their Board/Supervisor. As different Airports have different financial years, within a week after the end of each quarter year, Aimm will automatically extract the movement numbers for the previous 12 months, so that these can be forwarded to the Board/Supervisor as required.
With automated equipment at the Airport to remotely identify all aircraft movements. At the required intervals, compliance reports are automatically emailed with the detail required by the Aviation Authority for each Aimm Client airport...
Regulatory Reporting is a necessity, but only required occasionally so the Airport
Manager has to remember to do it... when... where... and
how which is not easy as it is not done often enough for the method to come to
mind. Aimm solves this by automatically emailing the report with the
method and the steps for submitting the data required, which makes it easy to
ensure that the Aerodrome has remained in Compliance...
especially important if an audit or incident investigation should occur.
If the Airport has noise footprint limits, Aimm's 'Acoustic LDN' reporting provides the numbers for an Acoustic Consultant to do their work efficiently.
It is also important to have reports showing the total number of movements (Takeoffs and Touch-and-Go as well as Landings), in case movement limits are imposed or tightened in future. It is common for Airports that install Aimm to find that their previous method missed more than 50% of the movements, and a falsely low number will be a major problem if it is accepted as correct and used to limit future growth.
Very. With a background in Data Analytics (extracting the meaning
from raw computer data) and analysis of patterns in data, and as operators of
their own Airport, the Aimm Developers wanted a highly automated system that took
care of the paperwork efficiently, and as much as possible, automatically. They made full use
of the computing power now available in the Cloud, to get the computer itself
to do much of the work and minimise the human input.
Usually Aimm can provide better Regulatory and Management Reporting Data at around half the cost of other systems... and handle the Landing Fee Billing at the same time.
Let Aimm know you would like to make your Airport's processes more efficient, and discuss what services you need. If this shows that Aimm could improve on the method you are currently using, 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 Aimm's developers are quite happy to stand behind the performance of their system.
To discuss further, and get a quote for you Airport, Contact us