Back in 1903, the first controlled flying machine operated its first flight. Its name was Wright Flyer and it was the beginning of a new industry. Nobody would have imagined back then that this would lead to an international aviation industry, turning the sky into a floating roadway across countries. But even if that was probably the most difficult step, the aviation industry still has to deal with a lot of challenges, making aviation in itself a complicated and labyrinthine process. So what’s the problem?
Obtaining landing permits is a difficult task, and even if different countries have different regulations for obtaining landing permits for non-scheduled charter flights, the way to obtain them is the same for everyone: you need to send a request via AFTN, SITA or e-mail and to wait for approvals before getting the landing permits. So an industry defined by velocity is forced to be at a particular place and to use a particular device to be able to lend. Sounds complicated? It is. But if people were able to put flying machines into the sky almost 120 years ago, then we, along with our partners, would be able to solve this issue. How? With a platform called triple P (Permit Processing Platformed), designed to make the permit processing easier for everyone, with less resources and without wasting so much time.
Triple P is a new channel of information exchange, built from scratch to change the habits that currently define the aviation industry and to make everyone’s life easier. The platform will change the approach when it comes to permit application, making the communication between operators and the Civil Aviation Authority easier. Now you can do it from any location worldwide!
We didn’t put the plane in the sky, but we plan to make flights more accessible. So, please welcome triple P, the Landing Permit Processing Platform!