AirSphere, a technology provider for aviation
business operations, has announced an agreement with Israeli ground
handling company Laufer Aviation conduct an extensive trial test of
AirSphere’s technologies at Israeli airports.
The technology will be tested at Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv,
and later in all of the international airports in Israel.
AirSphere’s Web-based technology will enable Laufer Aviation to integrate
communications and synchronize information between all parties involved in
the flight operation cycle, the companies said.
Laufer Aviation will use the AirSphere system to manage day-to-day
operations including its customer agreements, flight schedules,
communications and billing.
Using AirSphere’s Ground-Handling Sphere, Laufer Aviation will be able to
share information between its headquarters, operations and accounting
departments in all five of Israel’s international airports.
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.
AirSphere is headquartered in New York with R&D facilities in Israel.