Southwest Airlines uses PASSUR to improve turn times at airports

10 February 2014

PASSUR Aerospace, Inc (OTC: PSSR) said that Southwest Airlines has contracted for the surface management module of PASSUR Integrated Traffic Management for 35 US airports across its network to streamline turn times, reduce fuel burn, and enhance on time performance.

The PASSUR Surface Management solution assists Southwest in achieving shorter taxi-in and taxi-out times, and a quicker transition from arrival to departure for an aircraft, resulting in lower costs and emissions from engine fuel burn, less time for passengers spent on the ground in the aircraft, and greater “aircraft utilization” (hours an airplane spends in the air flying passengers). The surface solution is part of an integrated, gate-to-gate traffic management platform that optimizes the entire lifecycle of a flight.

PASSUR Aerospace is an aviation business intelligence and Big Data company that provides predictive analytics built on proprietary algorithms and the concurrent integration and simultaneous mining of multiple databases. Its website is at www.passur.com.

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