Type B messaging can be perceived as complex, confusing and containing an unimaginable mass of data. These would all be correct assumptions to make and operators all over the globe are paying enormous amounts of money for the transmission of millions of these messages every single day.
Type B messages are transmitted for a wide range of reasons within the aviation industry including, but not limited to:
- ACARS messaging
- Filing flight plans
- Exchanging mission critical messages with partner businesses
- e-Ticketing transactions
- Maintenance orders
- IATA and non-IATA messaging
This complicated form of messaging must be seamlessly reliable to avoid ground-delays and to ensure continuation of operational productivity.
Type B aviation messaging consultancy providers can help to take some of the complexity out of the equation and can help operators to understand Type B in order to enable them to simplify their systems and ultimately save money by doing so. ARINC have a Type B messaging consultancy service and draw on more than 8 decades of industry experience. Take a look at their unique messaging calculator and see how much you could save.
The board of directors for Pakistan International Airlines have rejected proposed budget plans for 2014, highlighting the airlines’ need to cut operational costs in order to continue to survive.
The reality is that this is happening across the globe and, especially in the global financial climate, the consensus is that many airlines, regardless of size, must look at ways to cut operational costs.
Although many countries announce a promising recovery from financial despair, it is clear that the changes may not come quickly enough for some.
Aviation consultancy agencies offer a service that has become invaluable in order to recognise the areas that can cut operational costs.
Big companies, such as ARINC, who bring more than 80 years of aviation messaging experience to the table, are able to offer insightful evidence that operational messaging budgets can be cut considerably. Saving money in this area can help enormously when operations management is considered.
Web-based solutions and cost-sharing programs for multiple airlines are made possible with CUTE systems and vMUSE technology.
Like PIA, airlines across the world can benefit from consultancy services when business survival is on the line.