These products are supported and maintained by WSP and are continuously updated to reflect customer feedback and the use of the latest software technology.
In addition to customized one off solutions developed for specific customers, WSP currently offers two critical airport-centric software applications: ALFA and AvGIS.
Airport Landing Fee and Revenue Management – ALFA
Airports generate revenue in unique ways including fees based on aircraft movements, aircraft services, passenger traffic, and many other fees. In many cases, these processes are unique to the individual airport and environment in which they operate; managing and processing this information can be a very complex and resource intensive task.
ALFA is a powerful airport billing and revenue management software solution designed to balance ease of use with the flexibility required by airports of all sizes to invoice customers, examine airport traffic, manage lease and concession revenue, and much more. Our software has been designed as an efficient and flexible tool to manage these processes through a high degree of automation, customizable functionality, and ease of use.
Over 45 airport operators in six countries from around the world have adopted ALFA as their billing solution of choice. At the Queen Alia International Airport , in Amman, Jordan, Airport International Group (AIG) took over the operation and redevelopment of the airport in 2008. AIG outsourced the aeronautical billing process to WSP. Since then WSP has deployed all of ALFA’s billing modules and has developed custom web-based tools to interface with the airport’s new Airport Management System.
Another great example of the solution implementation is the Atlantic City International Airport in the US. As part of a larger 2011 project to deploy an Airport Information Management System (AIMS) at the airport, the South Jersey Transportation Authority wanted to improve the airport revenue management system. WSP’s ALFA was selected to manage the invoicing of all aeronautical and non-aeronautical revenue streams at the airport. To support aeronautical billing, ALFA interfaces with Flight Information Display System (FIDS) that was deployed as a key part of the larger AIMS project.
In Canada, the Ottawa International Airport Authority has been using ALFA at the multiple award winning Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport for more than a decade, during which its role has continuously evolved. ALFA was first used to manage aeronautical revenues in 2006. In 2011 non-aeronautical revenue management was added to ALFA at the airport. More recently, a custom interface to the authority’s cloud-based ERP using web services was developed.