For 3 years, BCDA Aeronautical Solutions have continuously worked to become the leading technology platform for airport management in Latin America. With a firm commitment to provide airlines and private planes with the most efficient means for handling their aeronautical obligations in Venezuela and other countries; always improving its services offered through Jet Man Pay, and adding new aeronautical allies to the network, to build trust worldwide.
For this new year, Jet Man Pay has raised different projects, all designed to ensure the proper functioning of its services and the growth of each of them.
“Our suite of services and products, which integrates Jet Man Pay as a payment platform, had two new products in 2019, which will enter service for the first half of 2020. It is a very important step, since they are very useful… Incorporating these two new products, we estimate to achieve a growth of over 15% of the amounts reached in 2019.” said Ángel Lovera, CEO of BCDA Aeronautical Solutions.
These are two applications that integrate with Jet Man Pay. First, BCBP was created intending to scan each of the boarding passes at the airport security points, allowing airports to expedite the calculation of the fees to be charged to the airlines, and thus leave aside the manual work.
Jet Man Fuel will allow airlines to digitize the process of assortment and collection of aeronautical fuel, forgetting paperwork and expediting each of their invoices.
It is also in the BCDA plans to reactivate “The Jet Manager”, integrating it into flight plan systems, electronic filing of flight logs and monthly expense statistics of the air departments. Recall that this application allows you to keep all the information about an airplane in one place, providing valuable data for decision making, keeping track of aircraft and pilots, and updating data and costs automatically, in real time after a flight.
Finally, payment platforms such as Zelle, PayPal and Zoom will be integrated.
“The incorporation of these methods in aeronautics are very promising for Latin American markets, in which physical invoicing and manual system reconciliation are the most common elements in most LATAM countries. We believe that we can incorporate this technology to provide greater transparency in operations, reducing time and workload on airport public employees with increasingly automated systems” said Ángel Lovera.
Without a doubt, this will be a promising year for the BCDA organization because, thanks to the expansion of its services, we can formalize them as the best ally for pilots and airlines; With Jet Man Pay all services are in one place.