AeroCloud, a cloud-native airport management software startup used by dozens of airports across the world, has raised $12.6 million in a Series A round of funding.

Founded out of Chester, U.K., in 2019, AeroCloud says that it’s already working with Manchester and Eindhoven airports in Europe, while in the U.S. it counts Tampa International and John Wayne Airport as customers, processing some 150 million passengers each year across the board.

At its core, AeroCloud promises all stakeholders access to data via the cloud, with features that support common airport use cases such as automated gate allocation for flights and optimizing spare gate capacity to increase revenue.

The company also says that it taps machine learning smarts to serve its customers with forecasts using historical data, such as estimating passenger numbers for a specific time of year.

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