Airports and Aviation

We Know Airports

If there’s one thing airports depend on, it’s efficiency. In reality, most airports face labor-intensive reporting processes, increasing passenger congestion, and steep infrastructure constraints. As regulations and technologies continue to evolve, managers and staff need effective tools to support them in the office and on the tarmac.

No More Logbooks

The Cityworks platform provides an integrated system to track service requests, work orders, and safety inspections. Configurable work order templates support the full range of maintenance activities from preventative maintenance to reactive repairs. Cityworks automatically associates each inspection and repair with the GIS asset, creating a system of record for historical data.

Streamlined Reporting

Eliminate time-consuming reports with the push of a button. Cityworks provides an easy-to-use system of record for electronic logging of Part 139 inspections. Simple tools allow you to share reporting data with FAA inspectors before they arrive on site. 

Airports Use Cityworks For:

  • Safety Inspections
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Operational Insights
  • Maintenance and Service
  • Work Order Management
  • Work Crew Management
  • Emergency Response
  • Accountability
  • Infrastructure Planning

Using Cityworks to Manage Art Exhibits in the World’s Busiest Airport

To the casual observer, the 275,000 travelers who pass through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) each day seem solely focused on getting from point A to point B as quickly as possible. Many of those traveling through the world’s busiest airport may not realize that, thanks to the ATL Airport Art Program, they are also …

New Heights for Airport Asset Management

Passenger demand continues to rise at airports around the globe. According to the most recent World Airport Traffic Report, produced annually by the Airports Council International, passenger traffic posted growth rates of more than 6 percent in 2016 and is projected to increase over the next two years. To address its growth, Savannah/Hilton Head International …

Ready, Set, SMS!

via Airport Magazine By Joanne Landry and Ken Ibold While most airports sit on the sideline waiting for the final FAA Safety Management System (SMS) rulemaking, some airport managers have begun formal SMS planning and implementation programs. With more than 500 certificated airports operating across the nation, it appears that the total number of airports …