Sanjay Singh / New Delhi
India’s State-run airport developer Airports Authority of India (AAI) has offered help to airports operators in U.S by providing them its’ in-house developed, revenue management system SkyRev360 to facilitate and strengthen their revenue management system.
A meeting was held at Airports Authority of India’s headquarters here yesterday between AAI`s Business Development Unit, headed by S. Suresh Member (Finance) and team of U.S. Commercial Service, headed by Gregory Taevs, Acting Deputy Minister Counselor and Spencer Dickerson, Senior Executive Vice President for Global Operations and Secretary to the AAAE Board of Directors for the American Association of Airport Executives.
Speaking on the occasion, Suresh emphasized that AAI can also offer its assistance for American Airports with its in-house developed, revenue management system SkyRev360.
He also stressed the need for strategic importance of working together with U.S organisations and suppliers to sustain the unprecedented double digit growth of aviation in India and urged for enhanced participation of American suppliers for Airport and Air Navigation Services related requirements.
AAI, U.S. Commercial services and AAAE discussed various avenues and opportunities to participate in the aviation market in India. Both sides agreed for signing an MOU for a long term cooperation in various aviation related fields like capacity building, digital innovations and various other such initiatives between Airports Authority of India and American Association of Airport Executives.