15th Annual Flight Operations Conference

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Welcome

We are delighted to welcome you back to the 15th Annual Flight Operations Conference after 3 years away! Three turbulent years that have faced the airline industry with unprecedented challenges.

While Covid had a huge impact on flight operations, the aftermath of reduced fleets, reduced staff numbers, raised expectations on health & safety and health security, plus a disruptive break in growth trends, has made planning and operating flights more challenging than ever. Then, the war in Ukraine added further complexity with the closing of airspace plus a steep rise in fuel costs following sanctions on Russia. Meanwhile, the ongoing drive to make aviation carbon neutral remains at the forefront of most governments’ plans and, therefore, high on the agenda for Flight Operations. All of this with the cost-of-living crisis and political instability means that operating aircraft has never been more challenging.

As always, this year’s Flight Operations Conference offers a critical opportunity to find and share answers to these challenges. As ever, the conference focuses wholly on key, strategic issues and challenges affecting the operations of commercial aircraft and how to best navigate these difficult times. But it also looks forward to planning and building for a stronger future. Key-note subjects discussed will include digital flight deck and operations, sustainable aviation, electric aircraft, the latest real-time flight deck Apps, on-ground and flight deck connectivity, the latest ATC developments, integrating flight operations with maintenance using electronic tech logs, and lots more.

The Conference offers unprecedented opportunities for airlines and operators to meet leading flight operations solution vendors in the exhibition hall, discuss their own challenges and priorities, and see demos of the latest, leading digital solutions and Apps. Airlines and operators who have already taken the first steps to post-Covid recovery and digitization with new and modern IT solutions will be sharing their experiences in the conference agenda, plus there will be the established line-up of industry experts, and more to help you unravel and understand this post-Covid world and the opportunities available to airlines and operators.

I look forward to seeing you at the conference.

Ed Haskey | Events Director | Aircraft Commerce

Event Highlights

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The agenda includes keynote presentations and case studies, all delivered by airlines, aircraft operators, OEMs, MROs, Consultants, Regulators and IT Vendors to provide delegates with varied and interesting insights into the key topics in the vital flight operations sector.  Key subjects include: Digitization; Covid-19 Recovery; Sustainability; Latest Technology; Data Analytics; Data and System Integration; Electric Aircraft business model and performance; and more.

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From 45+ leading Flight Operations IT Software and Hardware Vendors in the exhibit hall.

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CONFERENCE OVERVIEW

The Flight Operations Conference provides airlines and aircraft operators with an outstanding one-stop solution to streamline, increase efficiency and ultimately save costs within their aircraft operating procedures. The conference provides 3 great opportunities:

  • Large Exhibition Area: Latest Flight Operations Innovations: A large exhibition area allows airlines and aircraft operators the opportunity to try out and demo the latest innovations in Flight Deck technology including major software and hardware systems from the world’s leading vendors. The solutions you will be able to demo include: Digital / Paperless Solutions for the Flight Deck, EFB Systems and Apps, Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB), Flight Planning Systems, Fuel Management / Efficiency, Aircraft Connectivity, Crew & Scheduling Solutions, Load Management, Live Flight Tracking, Real-Time Flight Deck Apps, Big-Data Analytics, and more.
  • Agenda of Presentations:A 2 day agenda of presentations, given by industry experts and airline / aircraft operator executives. Case studies, Regulator updates and the latest innovations are included to ensure that delegates receive key, varied and fresh information. The key topics for this year’s conference are listed above.
  • Networking: 400+ key executives from airlines, operators, OEMs, IT Vendors, Regulators and Consultants from across the world will be in attendance allowing for exceptional networking and the exchange of ideas.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The conference is a must-attend event for airlines, aircraft operators and MRO providers who are seeking to:

  • Understand the post-Covid IT landscape and the possibilities available to airlines and operators
  • Understand the key challenges facing airlines and operators today as well as future challenges and how to overcome them.
  • Install new Flight Operations IT Systems
  • Learn about and demo the latest flight deck technology and real-time Apps from the world’s leading vendors
  • Network with and learn from fellow airlines & aircraft operators about the common problems and how to overcome them.
  • Simply a fact finding mission to learn how the latest technology can streamline flight operations.

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Register & Attend

There are various special offers and early booking discounts which make this event extremely cost effective to attend. Airline and Aircraft Operators can benefit from our special VIP delegate scheme.

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Why Exhibit?

The exhibition space for this event has Sold Out!  Please contact [email protected] to be added to the waiting list should an exhibition booth become available.  We have limited exhibition space available for our MRO & Flight Ops IT Conferences in Miami (Americas market in September) and in Bangkok (APAC market in October), and at the Flight Operations Conference (London, November).

Click here to download the 2022 Aircraft Commerce Events Brochure, or contact [email protected] for more information and to book your booth.

The Aircraft Commerce conferences provide an unmatched opportunity for MRO / M&E IT & Flight Operations IT vendors to exhibit their solutions; meet with and demo solutions to airline, operators and independent maintenance provider delegates in attendance responsible for buying, specifying and using IT solutions at their companies.

The two day agenda of presentations, workshops and vendor showcases allows delegates to gather information and get an overview of exhibiting vendors in one focused event giving them a great insight to available solutions for any ongoing or planned IT projects.

Testimonials

“Was a very good chance to look into new apps. We had great meetings with several provider where we are looking to deal with them soon”
Crew Operations Supervisor, Etihad

“Good event for information sharing of experience and knowledge. Latest product updates and meeting other operators”
Head, Flight Operations, Navigation Documentation, Malaysia Airlines

“It’s very productive with all vendors at a single event”
Manager OCC Engineering Ops, Singapore Airlines

“Well organised, particularly the hospitality that merged into the exhibition area really well making it easy to network with colleagues”
Innovation Lead, KLM UK Engineering Ltd

“A very useful conference with plenty of interest. It was interesting to see how many companies were developing their own systems rather than using COTS products”
IS/T Development Lead, AirTanker

“Great event, well organised and beneficial for finding new business contacts”
Planning Engineer, airBaltic

“Very good, with varied topics and speakers from different backgrounds”
Aviation IT Programme Manager, TUI Group

“Informative, well organised and sufficient time allocated to network, visit stands and pose questions”
Senior Business Architect Flight Operations, International Airlines Group

“It is rich with needed information about the available market in IT systems. It is definitively helpful & a good event”
VP Engineering & Airworthiness Management, Tunisair Express

“Real world experiences by operators implementing the technology”
Director of Technical Services, Lynden Air Cargo

“This conference always provides the latest in new technologies for the airline industry. Look forward to this conference every year”
Industrial Engineering Manager, UPS

“Very impressed with the event as it was my first one. Would highly recommend it to colleagues and will be looking to attend again next time”
Technology Exploitation Manager, British Airways

“Excellent! Very useful information and case studies to help with our big transformations. Included issues very relevant to our job.”
Flight Operations Engineering Specialist, Emirates

“Very well organised, happy to meet some future suppliers.”
EFB Administrator, CSA Czech Airlines

“A one-stop-center for airlines and IT software vendors for MRO & EFB technologies”
Manager Business Solution Group, Malaysia Airlines

Conference agenda

The agenda includes keynote presentations and case studies; all delivered by airlines, aircraft operators, OEMs, Consultants,
Regulators and IT Vendors to provide delegates with varied and interesting insights into the key topics in this constantly evolving aviation sector.

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Day One: Tuesday, 29th November 2022

08:00 – 08:55 REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST AND REFRESHMENTS – SOFTWARE AND PRODUCT DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery)

08:55 – 09:00
Opening Remarks: Conference Chairman

09:00 – 09:30
Case Study – Flybe: Integrated Digital Flight Ops with EFB Apps for Restarting Operations in 2022

When Flybe were looking to restart operations in 2022, the airline was committed to breaking with the expensive, unsustainable paper-based systems of the past and moving to a fully paperless flight deck. Ahead of restarting operations in April 2022, Flybe selected and implemented the Bytron Aviation Systems EFB and Flight Dispatch solution to integrate seamlessly with existing crew management and flight planning solutions. In this case study Flybe will walk through how the airline was able to operate with a paperless fight deck from flight one in April this year and some of the benefits it is seeing, including: reduced workloads and efficiency; instant data updates for improved decision making; quick access to NOTAM, METAR and TAF; tailored and detailed crew briefings; improved communication to pilots on the flight deck; and efficiency flight data capture which the airline hopes to use to greatly enhance business insight and commercial strategy over time.

Edward Pomfrett, Flight Operations Systems Engineer, Flybe

09:30 – 10:00
Case study: Frontier Airlines – An Ultra-Low-Cost Practical Approach to Flight Ops Digitization

In this case study Frontier Airlines outlines its digital transformation processes leading to a paperless flight deck. Frontier has implemented a range of EFB apps and modules from AvioBook which provide pilots with all the information they need for each flight, from the latest flight plan and weather data to real-time communications. The airline also uses a digital document and management solution to ensure Pilots have the latest up-to-date manuals they need to operate the flight safely and comply with regulations. Technical Standards Captain Casey Meeks presents the benefits the airline is seeing from digitization, along with an explanation of the phased implementation that ensured comprehensive end user buy-in.

Joshua Lee, Technical Standards Pilot, Frontier Airlines

10:00 – 10:30
Case Study: AirExplore – Advanced Modular EFB Solutions with Integrated Flight Planning

In this case study ACMI operator AirExplore outlines its use of the newly customized EFBOne solution from International Flight Support and shows how the airline has integrated the EFB solution with its flight planning solutions, from NAV Flight Services, to drive a digital and paperless operation through all phases of flight. You will see how the EFB reporting items and work-flow steps are available in one platform application which provides pilots with seamless access to all processes: Flight Planning briefing information, Pre-flight inputs and Fuel uplift process, automatic registration of Take-Off and Landing performance from Boeing OPT, In-flight integrated eOFP/EFF reporting as well as post-flight data reporting and more.

Pavol Klein, Flight Operations Manager & Capt/TRE B737, AirExplore
Alex Ribin, CEO, International Flight Support
Petr Frolik, Commercial Director, NAV Flight Services

10:30-11:15 REFRESHMENT BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery)

11:15 – 11:45
Case Study: Lilium – Expanding the Envelope for Digital Flight Operations Information

Electric aircraft will be important pathfinders in the process of decarbonisation of aviation. Cultivated digital data will be an essential component for future operations of electric aircraft. Lilium is getting to grips with the complexities of such an important challenge and evaluating the way forward to support Flight Operations using digital tools for better analytics and outcomes.

Linton Foat, Flight Test Pilot & Flight Standards Manager, Lilium

11:45 – 12:15
Sustainable Aviation Technology: Developments in Hydrogen Powered Engines at ZeroAvia

ZeroAvia’s hydrogen-electric powertrain is designed to provide emission-free power for regional turboprop and jet aircraft. The company’s ZA2000-RJ powertrain model is expected to launch commercially in the late 2020s. ZeroAvia’s team is working towards certain type certifications of its propulsion technology, including a 600kW powertrain designed for entry into service in 2025.

With pre-orders from American Airlines, amongst other airlines, in this presentation ZeroAvia update us on their hydrogen-electric powered engine program. You will see how hydrogen-electric powertrains can result in zero-emission flight and can lower operating costs, plus how using fuel cells has numerous advantages over all other decarbonisation solutions.

Dominic Weeks, Head of External Affairs & Marketing, ZeroAvia

12:15 – 12:45
Case Study: easyJet – Why is leveraging FDM data key to bring a flight efficiency program to the next level? The experience of easyJet on its path to implementing a flight efficiency system to improve flight efficiency and to reduce CO2 emissions

This presentation focuses on the reasons why easyJet has decided to implement a new fuel efficiency solution to improve its flight efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions as part of its roadmap to reach net zero emissions by 2050. Taylor Bradbury, ETS Manager, will explain the airline’s choice to go further on flight efficiency as well as how easyJet managed to overcome the challenges in allowing the use of the FDM data and be able to leverage it to improve flight efficiency. Taylor Bradbury will also share easyJet’s process to engage further its pilots and provide then with an application to help the airline reduce the overall carbon footprint of the company.

Taylor Bradbury, ETS Manager, easyJet

12:45-14:00 LUNCH BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery). Sponsored by:    Visit us on Stand E23

14:00 – 14:30
Case Study: Lufthansa – A harmonized CCMS (Component Content Management System) for Lufthansa Group to generate Digital Manuals and Content

Based on a multi-system landscape, all airlines in the Lufthansa Group wanted to harmonize the process of flight- and ground-operations documentation in order to ensure the future viability and security of processes, software and hardware landscape. This required the introduction of a common flight- and ground-ops documentation solution to align processes, share content and ensure consistent information from a single source.

In this case study you will see how the project team at LH proceeded from the preliminary study to the group-wide rollout and made it possible to work together on harmonized documents using a sophisticated software solution. Challenges along the way are outlined as well as overall benefits.

Matthias Schmitt, Team Leader Flight Ops Engineering, Lufthansa
Dominik Weber, Lead – Flight Operations Support, Lufthansa CityLine

14:30 – 15:00
Case Study: Smartwings – How does Smartwings optimize Aircraft Performance Monitoring through Artificial Intelligence and Big Data algorithms?

Airlines must decarbonize rapidly in order to reach the 2050 net-zero global emission reduction target. And while the whole industry holds its breath for game-changing zero-emission technologies, existing digital solutions allow for immediate CO2 savings via operational improvements.

During this presentation Smartwings will show how using the SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flying platform, the largest Czech airline, reduced its fuel consumption by 1% and carbon emissions by 4 Million kg in 2021. Through the airline’s global approach to fuel optimization, it addressed and corrected operational inefficiencies in all departments, including Maintenance.  Smartwings additionally implemented SkyBreathe® APM, an aircraft performance tool dedicated to monitoring the entire fleet’s health almost in real-time to increase safety and optimize operations. The AI-powered solution processes QAR data every day and automatically computes degradation on each aircraft, with zero workloads and zero hardware. The software also triggers alerts on abnormal degradation and gives indicators for proactive maintenance. SkyBreathe® APM taps into the latest digital technologies to simplify processes for Performance and Maintenance Engineers and give the airline accurate insights for more efficient flight, FMS, and maintenance planning decisions.

Marek Andrejs, Performance Engineer and Head of Flight Dispatch Support, Smartwings

15:00 – 15:30
How to improve real-time collaboration between airlines and ATC to reduce aircraft fuel burn and emissions thanks to predictive analytics

Airlines have been innovating in the field of flight efficiency by implementing solutions in the cockpit that leverage predictive analytics to help pilots capture real-time flight-specific opportunities to reduce fuel burn and emissions. Some of these opportunities, such as shortcut recommendations or achieving a more continuous descent are reliant on ATC clearances. What if the same information received by the pilots to identify flight-specific opportunities could be shared with ATC for a more collaborative approach to reducing emissions? SITA and Skysoft, the software arm of Switzerland’s ANSP SkyGuide have worked together on a prototype that would enable such collaboration and could be expanded to other ANSPs.

Francois Chazelle, Head of Sales Support – Flight Efficiency, SITA FOR AIRCRAFT

15:30-16:15 REFRESHMENT BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery)

16:15 – 16:45
State of Flight Operations: Disruption and Recovery with a changing workforce following Covid

While the specific changes vary by region, the fallout from Covid and subsequent recovery has radically altered the pilot workforce. Flight Operations leaders are having to develop creative solutions to ensure sustainable pipelines, robust and safe training programs and an engaged workforce. We will share our perspectives on what has worked and where Flight Ops leaders are focusing for the future based on our extensive industry work, recent global industry survey, and updated pilot supply and demand model.

Daniel Rye, Principal, Oliver Wyman

16:45 – 17:15
A Review of the Clean Sky 2 Programme: how can Europe achieve climate neutral aviation?

The European aviation sector is an economic success story, worth an estimated EUR725 billion to the EU27 and UK alone in 2019. But this economic benefit has an environmental cost. Aviation, globally was responsible for 2-3% of all human-induced CO2 emissions in 2019, and perhaps additional environmental effects due to non-CO2 emissions (NOx, contrails etc.).

A key European initiative to address this problem is the Clean Sky 2 (CS2) Joint Undertaking, set up by the European Commission and aviation industry to “accelerate the development of cleaner air transport” technologies. It is on course to deliver significant technical improvements, including reducing global CO2 emissions by about 15%.

But CS2 goes beyond the technical. First, the program also has a significant socioeconomic impact, so it is important to quantify the extent of its economic impact. Second, CS2’s successor body, the Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking (CAJU), was launched recently to develop disruptive new aircraft technologies to support the European Green Deal and climate neutrality by 2050. What challenges does it face, and what recommendations can be made to assist it and the wider European aviation ecosystem to achieve climate neutrality?

In this presentation Roland Berger looks in detail at these issues and more.

Robert Thomson, Partner, Roland Berger

17:15 – 17:45
How can an IOC use operational data and technology to deliver a more reliable schedule and recover faster from disruption?

In this presentation, ICF outlines the daily challenges airlines faced in operation disruptions; how airlines can proactively manage disruption by defining planning strategies and what philosophy airlines apply to recover.

Antoine Vergoz, Consultant – Aviation, Travel & Tourism, ICF

17:45-19:30 COCKTAIL RECEPTION – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery).

Day Two: Wednesday, 30th November 2022

08:00 – 08:55 REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST AND REFRESHMENTS – SOFTWARE AND PRODUCT DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery)

08:55 – 09:00
Opening Remarks: Conference Chairman

09:00 – 09:30
Case Study: Wizz Air – Implementing and Operating the new Technical Logbook solution from AVIATAR

Wizz Air, Europe’s greenest airline, has recently introduced AVIATAR’s electronic Technical Logbook into their daily flight operations, replacing practically all Tech Ops related paperwork on the aircraft. Gerben Bondt, Line Training Captain and driver of those changes in Flight Ops, will take you back to the beginning of this journey. He will talk about how Wizz Air first established a strong foundation, the importance of cross functional cooperation and why Wizz Air partnered with AVIATAR.  He will also talk you through the highs and lows of the implementation project. Finally, a quick demonstration of the eTLB, together with Frank Martens of AVIATAR, the digital platform of Lufthansa Technik.

As you will see AVIATAR’s Technical Logbook offers prefilled text blocks and a future potential for automated input masks that capture aircraft technical issues during flight and on the ground. It therefore replaces time-consuming manual entries into paper books and improves data quality as well as transparency. The new solution works with any hardware device (e.g. tablet, smartphone or desktop computer) and provides pilots with access to aircraft status anywhere and anytime. It also offers back-up processes in case of connectivity issues. Real-time data availability, directly connected with the M&E system (maintenance and engineering system), ensures maintenance on arrival and enables a seamless pilot-to-maintenance collaboration – leading to reduced turnaround times and costs. In addition, the standardized data structure will help Wizz Air to gain insights into trend analytics.

Gerben Bondt, Line Training Captain, Wizz Air
Peter Isendahl, Senior Sales Executive AVIATAR, Lufthansa Technik

09:30 – 10:00
Case Study: Frontier Airlines – Implementing a Document Management System during a pandemic – what you need to know for next time

In this Case Study Joshua Lee from Frontier Airlines will give a blow-by-blow account of how a complete Document Management system was implemented during lockdown so that, when pilots came back to work, they had a completely new tech pubs platform ready and waiting for them. Josh talks about how selecting a development partner in Vistair resulted in some innovative and collaborative work for permissions, read & sign, and compliance management, resulting in a best-of-breed flight ops solution.

Joshua Lee, Technical Standards Pilot, Frontier Airlines

10:00 – 10:30
Case Study: Norwegian – Leveraging an In-Flight Cruise Profile Optimizer Service for Eco-Efficiency Flying

This case study outlines Norwegian’s use of the new ClearPath Cruise Profile Optimizer Solution from AVTECH which provides pilots with vertical flight path optimization in-flight, resulting in significant fuel and time savings per flight. The solution has been designed to fit into an airline’s fleet and operation.  It delivers key decision support in real-time to Norwegian’s pilots in the flight deck and utilizes existing aircraft hardware and data communications, requiring no new aircraft hardware or software investments.

During the presentation Norwegian will outline the solution’s key features and benefits and explain how ClearPath combines the aircraft route and performance data (cost index, weight, etc), and the most accurate and advanced wind and temperature data to provide pilots with real-time in-flight decision support to select the most optimal flight level in all stages of flight to save fuel, CO2 emissions, time and costs.

Niklaes Turesson, Airline Pilot, Norwegian

10:30-11:15 REFRESHMENT BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery)

11:15 – 11:45
Case Study: Volotea – Using an Innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered Fuel Efficiency and Aircraft Performance Monitoring Solution

Volotea, the low-cost carrier from Spain-which operates a fleet of 41 A320 and A319 aircraft, will share the story about the benefits gained from a detailed fuel efficiency analysis performed by StorkJet. The analysis scanned 44 areas across flight planning, APU, taxi, take-off, climb, cruise, descent, approach, and landing. Despite most of the initiatives having already been introduced by Volotea, interesting areas of optimization have been found. The case study will also focus on the implementation of AI-powered Fuel Efficiency and Aircraft Performance Monitoring solutions. As a start, StorkJet increased the precision of performance factors to ensure accurate fuel planning but also introduced the Idle Factor to optimize the descent phase of the flight. The next steps are to engage pilots in fuel reductions by empowering them with the EFB app to make more informed decisions.

Juha Kulmala, Technical Pilot, Volotea
Emil Kaptur, Phd, Head of Research and Development, StorkJet

11:45 – 12:15
Aviation Sustainability: New Regulations and how to Offset Emissions Burden with Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF)

In this presentation, Guido Harling provides an update to the EU-ETS, UK-ETS, French Domestic ETS, Turkish Domestic MRV and CORSIA 2022. Especially, what airlines need to do to remain compliant regarding the various emissions reporting schemes and you will learn about the latest trends in sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) and how this can help airlines to reduce the offsetting burden

Guido Harling, CEO & Founder, ETSVerification

12:15 – 12:45

How to drastically reduce an airline’s Climate Impact with Minimal changes to Aircraft Equipment and Infrastructure focusing on Non-CO2 Emissions

Aircraft non-CO2 emissions are responsible for over two-thirds of aviation’s net climate impact, yet due to the focus on decarbonisation in policymaking – which is essential to meet net zero targets – mitigation of these emissions is often overlooked. This presentation summarises an extensive study by Bristol University which focuses on how airlines can drastically reduce their climate impact right now, and with minimal changes to aircraft equipment and infrastructure.

For example, Flight route modifications in the form of climate optimal routing, to avoid climate-sensitive regions, and formation flight, in which two aircraft fly one behind the other (separated by ~2km) could hold the key to drastically reducing aviation’s climate impact. Additionally, Contrails account for 51 per cent of aviation’s total climate impact. Where the air is very cold and humid, the water vapour in the contrails condenses around particulates to form ice crystals which trap heat and have a net-warming effect. Similarly, emissions of NOx react with chemicals in the atmosphere to generate ozone and reduce methane. However, the generation of ozone tends to outweigh the methane reduction, leading to a net warming effect. While climate optimal routing may require a longer flight, and therefore an additional one to two percent fuel burn, avoiding climate-sensitive areas could actually reduce the overall climate impact of a flight by around 20 per cent. These and more examples will be discussed.

Kieran Tait, Doctor of Philosophy – Department of Aerospace Engineering, Bristol University

12:45-14:00 LUNCH BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery). Sponsored by:    Visit us on Stand E23

14:00 – 14:30

OCC Transformation and Digital Operations – Challenges and Opportunities for Airlines

Business transformation is critical for any company to successfully respond to changing market conditions and customer expectations.

The airline industry has gone through extremely challenging times over the last two years, with many struggling to adapt, resulting in their closure.
Nonetheless, every crisis is an opportunity and some airlines reacted creatively and quickly to fill the void left by their fading competitors. Agility is now the buzzword in airline operations and crew management however it requires a different mindset. It also seems to be at odds with an industry where nothing goes at a fast pace, except the aircraft.

In this presentation, drawing on its experience of airline customer engagement and implementations, IBS Software outlines the perspective of business transformation and the importance of agility.  The presentation will discuss operational and technological challenges that must be overcome to transition from an OCC to IOCC and set out a bold vision to drive greater collaboration and speedier decision-making across all operational functions.

Speaking of mindset changes, IBS will also discuss why it is time to diversify the culture and introduce fresh thinking in airline operations with female leaders at the helm.

Daniel Stecher, Vice President Global Business Development – Airline Operations, IBS Software

14:30 – 15:00
Machine Learning Powering Airline OCC Decision Making

Continuing the OCC theme, in this presentation you will hear how FlightAware and Collins Aerospace have worked together to use machine learning to enhance OCC decision making. Combining real-time communication with AI predictions gives a unique perspective on airline operations.

Paul Gibson, Vice President of Product, FlightAware
Peter Fillery, Product Line Manager / Value Stream Lead, Collins Aerospace

15:00-15:30 REFRESHMENT BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Discovery)

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Business cards will be collected at the beginning of this session. The prize draw will be made at the end of the second presentation.
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15:30-16:00

The Future of Safety Management Data

Safety Management and Digital Transformation aren’t subjects that instinctively go hand in hand. Many Safety Professionals are second-class citizens when it comes to tapping into the latest data resources and capabilities. Revenue-generating initiatives tend to have a priority, having more evident returns on investment compared to those promoting a positive safety culture. How can advancements in data science, data engineering, and data analytics make airlines and maintenance providers safer and more profitable? What are the data technology trends that are going to reshape safety management in the future? In this talk, Paul Saunders brings out his crystal ball and triangulates the current technological trajectory to show what Safety Management in the 2030s might look like, and how we might build digital transformation business cases for the less sexy side of our industry.

Paul Saunders, Solutions Director, Vistair

16:00-16:30
How to Calculate Fuel Savings from a Policy Change?

Airlines need to measure whether changes in fuel policies bring savings. But, how to measure that? This simple question is being asked by everyone in flight ops divisions across the aviation market. However, these days, with available software on the market, a solution is not so easy to find.

We all know that each flight differs. Aspects such as gross weight, weather conditions, or different aircraft deterioration between tails will affect savings. Taking that into account, StorkJet will take a closer look at two popular methods available on the market:

1. Can we compare similar flights or groups of flights to understand savings?
2. Is the difference between OFP and actual fuel burn enough to measure efficiency?

In the end, these two methods will be crosschecked by simulating what-if scenarios with data-driven AI models. As a result, you will see how misleading the above options may be, and how they can get airlines to focus their energy on initiatives that may even bring fuel penalties.

Emil Kaptur, PhD, Head of Research and Development, StorkJet

Exhibitors

Conference Sponsors

E2

Bytron Aviation Systems specialise in flight data management, integrating data from other systems and third parties into one end-to-end solution…skybook!

Our class leading skybook software allows airlines to easily manage dispatch and crew briefing processes by automating flight briefing information.

skybook integrates data into dispatch, to the pilots EFB and EFF, then syncs the data back to flight ops for post-flight analysis and flight data storage.

Including modular features such as Flight Tracking, NOTAM Management, Airfield Monitoring and Flight Data Analytics.

skybook helps airlines shift to a reliable, digital solution that provides useful information to the operations team, aircrew and airline management. Ensuring that operations run smoothly and ongoing management is informed by the best planning and post-flight datasets available.

Proven to reduce reporting times,  improve accuracy and distribution of flight briefing data. Providing simple access to planned and actual flight data, allowing informed decisions to be made regarding ongoing planning and budgeting.

With over 30 years of experience supplying aviation systems to a variety of customers, we are experts at getting the right data, to the right place, at the right time.

Connecting the workflow of airlines with skybook…

http://www.bytron.aero

For more info visit their website >
E3

Orlando© Suite for Tech Pubs is an XML-based cloud Document Management System designed for Airlines and MRO. Orlando is compliant with the OEM electronic manuals (Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Embraer, Bombardier…) for both Flight Operations and Maintenance & Engineering domains. It also optimizes the overall Company Manuals production and distribution.

Une image contenant texte, clipart Description générée automatiquementThe Orlando Suite offers a wide range of features gathered into 7 modules designed to streamline the manuals lifecycle: Library (Cloud CMS), Editor (Web based WYSIWYG editing, content reuse), Merger (automated OEM/airline manuals reconciliation), Analytics (data checker, compliance to regulations, revision report), Publisher (HTML, PDF, and XML), Dispatcher (Distribution of publications, Mobile Content Management), Explorer (Web & Mobile & EFB viewers). 

The Orlando suite has been on the market since 2018 and is now used by 20+ Airlines in the world.

For more information please contact:

Alban Biard – General Manager

+33 6 74 82 03 72

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E4

PIVOT is the world leader in portable, protective EFB cases and mounting solutions. Designed from a pilot’s perspective, PIVOT products enhance EFB function and user experience, while increasing device protection and flexibility when selecting devices. The PIVOT universal mounting system provides EFB operators with the only future-proof solution on the market, providing protection from the ever-changing selection of EFB devices.

Please stop by our booth E4 to meet our team.

For more information visit:

pivotcase.com

[email protected]

+1-888-435-9269

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Smarten up your documents with Yonder

Smart, fast, reliable – Yonder’s SaaS solution empowers you to take the next step in critical information management in aviation. Yonder leverages the full potential of digitalization by offering you a solution built around dynamic content rather than static documents, creating a modern, user-centric experience. As well as providing intelligent solutions for operations manuals, guidelines, regulations and standards.

The sky is not the limit: Why Yonder is a high-flying solution

Yonder brings operations manuals and aircraft manufacturers’ handbooks together in one place. The solution’s smart features ‒ including intuitive dashboards, role-specific updates and a responsive offline app ‒ make life much easier for aircrews and ground staff alike. But Yonder has many advantages for editors and authors too: as well as making it simple to cross-reference content and avoid duplicates, it offers fully-integrated approval and publication processes.

Our highlights:

  • User- and task-specific information management
  • Automated revision management syncing manufacturers’ and operations manuals
  • Manual and compliance connectors

Dynamic content, not static documents: meeting today’s information management needs

 Take the leap from PDF and leverage the full potential of what digital content is capable of. Simplify the revision management between OEM manuals (e.g. Airbus or Boeing FCOM, MEL, QRH) and your customized documentation (e.g. OM-B), and even automatically update your existing manuals (e.g. OM-C) with the newest information originating from third-party sources (e.g. Lufthansa System’s Route Manual).

From creating and publishing your documentation all the way to revising it based on your internal processes without constraint: Yonder’s SaaS solution delivers reliable, role-based information to your employees at all times. Both via web browser and the offline app that is available for tablets and smartphones.

Find the right information faster

  • Powerful search function
  • Content can be customized via roles and filters
  • Dynamic content, not static documents

 Reliable information for every situation

  • Effective workflows and clever approval processes
  • Personalized change updates
  • No annoying duplicates

 Extensive documentation management for compliance tracking

  • Seamless audit trails
  • Active compliance monitoring
  • Wide range of reporting functions

For more information, visit www.yonder.info

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WE’RE INTO IT

Welcome to Lufthansa Systems. Explore the world of airline IT with us: The latest innovations in the airline and aviation industry, together with trends, and the most recent developments in the market.

At Lufthansa Systems we are insiders. Real experts for digital transformation. Our company offers its more than 300 airline customers an extensive range of successful, and in many cases market-leading, solutions for the aviation industry. The innovative IT products and services in our portfolio, offer customers a wide range of economic benefits, whilst also contributing to improving efficiency and competitiveness.

In addition, Lufthansa Systems supports its customers, both within and outside the Lufthansa Group, with consulting services, using the experience it has gained in projects for airlines of every size and business model.

At the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference, we will be presenting you with a specific range of airline solutions. Our experts on-site will be pleased to demonstrate the advantages and enhancements of our solutions portfolio, discuss your individual needs and our future endeavors.

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AVTECH

AVTECH is a leading provider of efficiency-, sustainability- and safety services to be integrated in daily airline operations. All our services are built on the concept of using already existing technology meaning that your airline easily can access our services and start to benefit from more efficient flight operations already today.

Services

ClearPath

Fully automatic real-time flight path optimization providing the pilots with the most cost optimal flight path. Reduces cruise fuel and CO2 emissions by 2.5% on average.

Aventus

Dynamic wind- and temperature uplink service optimizing weather data input to the FMC which improves flight efficiency in climb and cruise and reduces fuel consumption in descent by 10-40 kg per flight.

SIGMA

Automatic weather hazard notifications service. Real-time delivery of high-resolution turbulence warnings and SIGMET:s directly to cockpit.

ProFlight

New generation pilot EFB solution for flight optimization and safety. Gives the pilot direct access to tailored high-resolution aviation weather, standard aviation weather and flight optimization services.

Welcome to visit us at our booth to explore our services and how they easily can be integrated in your operations directly leading to improved flight efficiency.

We look forward to meeting you at the expo!

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AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE & FUEL EFFICIENCY

StorkJet is the market leader in aircraft performance and fuel efficiency. The team consists of over 30 experts specializing in the area of fuel efficiency, data science, and aircraft performance engineering. With strong research background, based on reinvesting 60% of the turnover in R&D, the company developed the most precise performance models on the market. With this technology, StorkJet has optimized over 4 million flights, from various aircraft types starting from turboprops and ending at the biggest jets. Thanks to that, StorkJet’s clients save 24 million dollars and reduced CO2 emissions by 105 thousand tons yearly. StorkJet’s software portfolio consists of:

  • AdvancedAPM, Aircraft Performance Monitoring software that provides up-to-date performance factors for accurate fuel planning. The process is fully automatic and works for all aircraft types,
  • FuelPro, a fuel efficiency dashboard, which helps to save fuel within 44 initiatives,
  • FlyGuide, an EFB app for pilots, which helps prepare for the flight and gives intuitive feedback after it.

Using StorkJet’s solutions airlines precisely monitor aircraft performance and reveal true saving potential across 44 fuel initiatives. All of the company’s clients received a return on investment during the first months of cooperation. Because of an amazing technology and its positive impact on the environment,  StorkJet has been awarded many times in competitions for the most innovative companies, being also selected as the best technology company in the world last year.

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INNOVATE THE COCKPIT WITH TAILLOG

By eliminating the physical paperwork on both and in air, TAILLOG bridges the digital gap between pre- and post-flight activities. Through simplified, intuitive, and interactive design, the application enables the pilots to manage their pre-briefing, OFP, NavLog, fuel checks, and last minute changes while having easy access to flight details, company documents, weather charts, and NOTAMS. Ultimately, human errors will be eliminated and time consuming data management is minimized as the entire organization will benefit from multiple processes being built into the app, e.g. fuel slip management, post-flight reporting (fuel consumption, crew times and delay codes), digital journey logs, and cloud storage of completed flight logs. Utilizing cloud systems creates a data base which ensures both user flexibility, data safety, and interface options. With the cloud API both pre-flight planning, scheduling, and performance systems as well as post-flight management systems can easily be interfaced and subsequently be updated with flight details post-flight if required.

FEATURED MODULES:

Our embedded weight & balance module enables the pilot to make last minute changes of crew and PAX seating, baggage/cargo weights, and fuel load, and quickly review the consequences in the CG envelope graph and Load Manifest. Should any limits be exceeded, the pilot will be notified through alerts and colored markings of the related data fields. In-air rerouting utilizes either coordinates or pre-loaded company waypoints to deviate from the scheduled route string. The checklist module increases the flexibility of including and controlling all procedures, including journey logs, captain’s reports, engine trend monitoring and aircraft / company specific checklists. Our new TechLog feature equips the pilots with an option to log discrepancies, including pictures, that delivers an overview of the fleet health status in our backend / admin site and can be distributed directly to a CAMO or MCC department post flight. To add a safety layer during parking, TAILLOG has a security seal log function that secures the aircraft via sealed barcodes and managed directly in the application.

In the pursuit of becoming completely digital, TAILLOG teamed up with DuaLeap who developed an innovative data compression platform that offers real-time streaming of aircraft-related data. Already utilizing flight planning data for the operational flight plan functions, our joint solution can for instance enable real-time rerouting paths for optimal fuel consumption, as well as weather avoidance. In essence, our EFB will be connected in flight for accurate fuel and time monitoring, to name a few, allowing the pilots to focus on flying whilst being “truly” connected to flight-ops during the entirety of the flight.

In line with our simplified approach, TAILLOG is also exploring the usage of RPA (robotic process automatization) to eliminate time-consuming and repetitive tasks across the organization. Finally, our application is very customizable, meaning it can be slimmed if necessary, or conversely it can be further tailored specifically to replicate your current standard operating procedures.. Our users are our eyes and ears, inspiring us to improve and enhance continuously by, for example, implementing user-driven innovations such as Bluetooth synchronization, dark and landscape mode to name a few.

Please reach out if we should set some time aside. We hope to see you at our booth!

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E11

Our Mission: To be the preferred flight planning & operational control system in our active markets, providing fact-driven optimizations to the benefit of our customers and the global environment, enabling our customers to maintain full operational control at all times.

While becoming more efficient, our customers will experience a customer service level unprecedented by any competitor.

Today AIR SUPPORT delivers software solutions to 500+ aviation operators worldwide with flight planning and tracking software solutions. The number of accounts we support has continuously increased – even during the pandemic. Since 2019 we have increased our staff by 23% in order to keep our services and support at the best and highest quality.

AIR SUPPORT is best known for:

  • PPS Flight Planning
  • CrewBriefing App
  • OpsControl | Flight Watch | Weather Watch
  • Postflight data and statistics
  • 24/7 customer support – best-in-class customer support

and offering integration with more than 50 scheduling-, EFB- and maintenance systems, etc. Specialized for airlines flying within EU borders, we also offer a “Counterclaim” reporting system for easy handling of passenger claim acc. EU directive 261.

In fact, AIR SUPPORT provides software solutions to more than 775 accounts globally. “PPS” is the preferred flight planning provider within European Regional Airlines (ERA).

This is what our users say about our software:

  • “We spend less time on the flight planning process and minimize the risk of making mistakes in procedures. “
  • “PPS is a very intuitive planning tool.”
  • “With the cost-optimization tool, we do not only save time but also money in the planning process.”
  • “We experience significant improvements in the production speed.”
  • “PPS is a user-friendly system that easily integrates with many of our existing systems.”
  • “We have unlimited access to databases and user-defined settings.”
  • “After the pandemic, we were surprised that the price continued to be low” and that the development of the system continues now even at a higher pace.

Innovation Strategy

Annually AIR SUPPORT invests more than 22% of the company’s turnover in research and development for preparing tomorrow’s solutions to the standard and requirements of flight operations worldwide.

AIR SUPPORT is a private software company founded in 1989. Our headquarters are located at Billund Airport, with our Research and Development department in Odense, Denmark. Though the company originates from Denmark, we also have regional representatives in USA, France and Singapore.

Our motto continues to be FLEXIBILITY MAKES THE DIFFERENCE!

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AVIOBOOK, a Thales Group company, is uniquely positioned to bring together the latest robust technologies to design world-class secure, easy to use software and hardware solutions for all types of aircraft. With extensive experience in software and hardware, our innovative solutions maximise the efficiency of aircraft and their crew. We provide integrated applications, systems and services to increase operational efficiency and enhance operational decision making.

Software: Our AVIOBOOK application suite

Pilots, cabin crew, dispatchers and ground staff can use the AVIOBOOK application suite anywhere. It has been designed not only to facilitate the day-to-day tasks of flight stakeholders but to break down the communication silos that prevent data from getting into the right hands

AvioBook Flight – The all-in-one solutions for pilots

All the information pilots need is within reach, integrated with the back office & tailored to your airline procedures. AvioBook’s intuitive, user-friendly EFB provides your teams with smart data that flows across the various modules. We have simplified flight processes so your pilots can focus on what is important.

AvioBook Cabin – An intuitive application for cabin crew

AvioBook Cabin is an intuitive product in which all the data flows seamlessly from the flight deck and ground, right to your tablet or smartphone. Quickly retrieve catering or flight information and go for an unparalleled level of operational performance and customer service.

AvioBook Connect – Secure communication connecting everyone

AvioBook Connect organises all users into flight groups automatically created and updated for each flight. Share live updates, monitor the flight status or simply check in with your crew members. Connect can include additional stakeholders, like catering or contract maintenance, depending on the needs of your airline.

AvioBook Tech – Helps maintenance work smoothly

With instant access to unambiguous, detailed defect reports; technicians will be able to anticipate maintenance actions, work more efficiently and keep your MOCC informed every step of the way. Go for maximum operational performance with minimal margin for error and faster turnaround times.

AvioBook Base – Managing EFB and aircraft data has never been easier

The process of organising and pushing relevant data to the crew and ground staff devices is just the tip of the iceberg. Keep the cockpit connected and maximise safety with AvioBook Base. For OCCs and dispatchers, Base Globe will enhance operational awareness.

AvioCast – Stay connected every step of the way

AvioCast is an innovative, patented concept that is unique on the market. Our 3-in-1 QAR/AID/WAP solution allows you to wirelessly offload FDM data and share live updates with the crew. Keep your aircraft connected & your data secure while minimising installation and certification costs.

 

 

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E14

FLIGHTKEYS is based in Vienna, Austria and focusing on airline flight operations support. FLIGHTKEYS was founded in 2015 by seven top aviation experts with very specific knowledge and long-term experience in the fields of: flight planning , cost optimization, airline operations, aircraft performance, navigation data services, RAIM prediction, Inflight-Optimization for pilots. Current product portfolio comprises FLGHTKEYS 5D, SPACEKEYS RAIM Pro, SKYKEYS Loretta and Hacklberry

FLIGHTKEYS is proud to have attracted aviation experts from all over the globe and form an outstanding team, located in Vienna; FLGHTKEYS solutions are in production at a steadily growing number of Airlines worldwide, with a strong customer base in the U.S., and several airlines in the implementation phase.

FLIGHTKEYS 5D – USP

  • Clean-sheet approach
  • Built with complete automation in the core focus
  • Completely cost-centered
  • Fully integrated Flight Watch
  • Probabilistic Planning
  • Real Gate-To-Gate optimizations
  • Management by Alert/Resolution (Exception based)

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The FLIGHTKEYS 5D Flight Management System comprises of the following modules:

  • 5D CORE System: Backbone, Interfaces, Trajectory Generator, Suitability Module, Events & Alerts, Configuration Module, User Rights & Management
  • 5D Visual: 5D flight planning GUI
  • 5D Nav: NavData Administration
  • 5D NOTAM: NOTAM Administration and Management
  • 5D Fleet: Aircraft Management & Administration
  • 5D Analytics: Statistical Tool
  • 5D Performance: Aircraft Performance Management
  • 5D Business Rules: Fuel policy, alert resolution, trajectory generator and flight calculation rules, automation set up and rules, dynamic planning minima
  • 5D Workload Distribution: Dynamic desk assignment
  • FLIGHTKEYS 5D APIs: almost all feature and functionalities available through the API
  • 5D NavServices: 24/7
  • 5D Support: 24/7
  • SPACEKEYS: RAIM and SAPT solution, available as stand-alone or integrated into 5D
  • SKYKEYS: Loretta-solution for inflight flight level and speed optimization and HacklBerry-Crew Web PortalThe FLIGHTKEYS 5D Key Features
  • Fast one-pass route optimization, with support for SIGMET avoidance (ex. WSI FPG), active airspace constraints (ex. FCAs) and mandatory routes and overflight fee consideration
  • Gate-to-gate optimization (including runway, SID and STAR optimization) – multiple runways may be considered as part of route optimization vs. one pre-selection
  • SWIM integration (TFMS,SFDPS,…) for FCAs, reroute, clearance, CTOP and GDP. System automatically ingests and reacts to new constraints.
  • Eurocontrol B2B integration (EUP/UUP, Regulated Sectors & avg. Delay Times)
  • Fully automated flight planning process and
  • Continuous flight monitoring (pre-flight and in-flight) with cost optimization
  • Alert-resolution – a ‘one click’ solution is presented to every alert “Dark Cockpit Concept” (e.g. reroute proposal around new restriction while inflight)
  • Full ADS-B & ACARS integration with flight watch functions
  • Airport and en-route suitability, including dynamic planning minima (with consideration of usable runway, approaches and minima)
  • 24/7 NavServices providing live navigation constraints worldwide (from NOTAMS, AIPs and other official publications)
  • RAIM and SAPT integrated with flight planning
  • Fully automated ETOPS/EDTO with integrated Terrain module
  • Innovative NOTAM briefing module
  • Dynamic delay cost management (with consideration of connecting passengers and different cost per class)
  • Probabilistic planning : predicted runway usage, taxi-time, holding, arrival route/distanceplanning, based on date, time, WX, runway in use etc. with different probabilistic values (e.g. 90%, 95%, 99%)

Loretta

• inflight optimization app for pilots

• Cost Visualization

  • Mach/Altitude at selected points
  • Altitude along the route
    • adjustment of Cost Index and off line recalculation Turbulence-adapted buffet limits
      Speeds optimized for wind and temperature profiles
    • Consideration of CG
    • additional features planned:
  • Contingency Support( e.g. diversion proposals, diversion routes, terrain avoidance, severe weather avoidance incl. ash clouds)
  • FMS integration
  • Interactive briefing and navlog
  • recalculation capability (e.g. ZFM, alternates)

Want to learn more about our company and solutions? Please feel invited to get in touch.

Christoph Prinz

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Mobile: +43 699 1777 0011

[email protected] www.flightkeys.comg

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E15

Skypath is world’s leading turbulence and auto-PIREPs data service provider. SkyPath’s alert system improves cabin safety and cuts airline operating costs.  Established in 2015, SkyPath, is a one-of-a-kind software-only solution which provides unique turbulence data based on a smart patented algorithm.  SkyPath already has more than 30K subscribers, including major US airlines.   Airlines using SkyPath join a larger crowdsourcing network, and gain access to turbulence mapping generated using SkyPath’s patented AI technology and real time airborne data collection.  SkyPath provide service to thousands of users a day and becoming the industry gold standard.

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E16

Boeing brings innovative services and solutions to its commercial, business aviation, general aviation, and defense and space customers around the world. Boeing Global Services (BGS) is a team of aviation experts working together with customers to maximize performance and drive operational efficiency.

Boeing customers can access more than 13 million parts, and 24/7 technical expertise and support on a broad range of spare parts requirements.

BGS digital solutions enable opportunities for enhanced operational efficiency across the entire aircraft lifecycle for customers, operators, pilots and technicians.

An expansive MRO network powered by BGS teammates, suppliers and partners enables fleet support around the globe – ensuring operational readiness.

BGS is focused on delivering best-in-class solutions that support customers’ current needs while shaping the future of aviation and aerospace.

For more information, please contact:Colette AlmeidaCustomer Engagement MarketingTel: +1-206-662-2121E-mail:   [email protected]Web: https://services.boeing.com/

 

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E17

Comply365 is the leading provider of enterprise SaaS and mobile solutions for content management and document distribution in highly regulated industries including aviation, rail, and energy. Comply365 supports the world’s most mobile and remote workforces with targeted and personalized delivery of job-critical data that enables safe, efficient, and compliant operations. Every day, hundreds of thousands of pilots, flight attendants, maintenance technicians, rail conductors and engineers, and energy workers rely on Comply365 for digital delivery of operational (OEM and company) manuals. Having played an instrumental role in the FAA’s approval of replacing the traditional, paper-based, pilot flight bags with electronic flight bags (EFBs), Comply365 partners with clients unlike other service providers to transform industries.

Comply365 offers a new approach to manage operational manuals and other documents that enables safe, efficient, and compliant operations in highly regulated industries such as aviation and rail.

The Comply365 content management and document distribution platform improves operational efficiency, compliance, and end user effectiveness through an integrated solution that covers the entire document lifecycle from authoring to personalized and targeted distribution of your content.

An integrated and end-to-end solution

Schedule a one-on-one meeting with us, stop by our booth for a demo or visit us online at www.comply365.com.

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E18

At Conduce we design, develop and implement mobile solutions for the aviation industry. Established in its current form in 2009, but with over 100 man years of previous aviation operations, engineering and software experience. Our core product is a complete electronic solution for the Technical Log, but we also have many companion applications to aid our mission to make aviation processes completely paperless. Our Electronic Technical Logbook solution is certified under multiple NAA’s, including UK, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Latvia, Bahrain and is fully integrated with MRO/CAMO systems including AMOS, TRAX, OASES, Rusada, AerData Stream and more.

eTechLog8 is a mobile solution that replaces the aircraft paper technical log. A tech log page (TLP) must be completed for every flight as a legal record of the aircraft’s technical status and journey.

The solution contains full reporting of the aircraft OOOI times and sector information, including crew, take off and landing parameters, and delay information. eTechLog8 is also a solution for defect reporting and rectification. PIREP and MAREP defects are recorded and actioned on the device, and totally integrated aircraft fault code messages and MEL reference data gives engineers access to the information they need on the line in real time.

Fuel and other fluid uplifts are managed on the device, including features for recording suppliers and invoices, and a photograph feature to capture paper docket details. This provides significantly enhanced fuel efficiency reporting and financial reconciliation of invoices received from fuel suppliers. The solution complies with EASA AMC 20-25 and FAA AC 120-76D

eCabinLog8 is a mobile solution for recording aircraft faults identified by the cabin crew. As a companion application, it is totally integrated with eTechLog8 and removes the need to duplicate defect data.

Photograph, location and a brief summary of the cabin item is recorded, and then converted to a genuine airworthiness defect if required.

eCabinLog8 can be installed on a Panasonic ToughPad, or any other Windows, Android or IOS device, including personal issue mobile devices.

eCentral8 is the management website for all Conduce Mobile Aviation Solutions. Originally conceived as the setup portal through which eTechLog8 transmissions pass on their way to Airline back office systems via eGIS8, over the years eCentral8 has evolved into the parental core of the companion applications that have developed alongside eTechLog8.
eGIS8 allows multiple MRO/CAMO systems to be integrated to suit your requirements.

Other companion applications cover everything from Training to Documents and Forms.

More information can be found atwww.conduce.net

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E19
NAVBLUE is a leading services company, wholly owned by Airbus, dedicated to Flight Operations & Air Traffic Management solutions and services for airlines, airports, and Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs). We combine aircraft manufacturer expertise, flight operations know-how and agile development to enhance operational efficiency, optimize resources and increase productivity for safe and sustainable aviation. Our global teams deliver a reliable, optimum and customized user experience to more than 500 customers worldwide.
Discover NAVBLUE’s solutions here: https://www.navblue.aero/
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E20

Logipad is simple and smart

Logipad is an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) and Electronic Flight Folder (EFF) solution designed to make flight management simple, fast and smart for pilots, crew and ground staff alike.

No matter what kind of device you prefer, Logipad guarantees flexible and scalable information handling both on the ground and in the air on mobile and mounted devices.

Role-based management helps you ensure the provision of all relevant data to the right user group. Weather charts, forms or manuals, Logipad replaces paper-based information and keeps it up to date.

The ground process, which deploys all sent data to connected devices, is standardized and meets the requirements set out by the FAA and the EASA in the AC120-76B and NPA 2012-02 (former TGL-36) documentation.

Features

  • EBriefing/EFFAutomatizes processes and supports the handling of briefings in the right way
  • Documentation – Easy documentation, bookmarking and annotations for various file formats
  • eForms – Simply enables flight crews to retrieve, complete and submit forms, such as safety or cabin reports
  • Full Text Search (FTS) – Easy to use search function. Don’t search, find!
  • Compliance Reports – Simply track all document synchronization tasks and be informed about the current status
  • Role-Based Management – Not everything is important for everyone. Each role is given the right information.
  • Release Management – Better safe than sorry: A testing stage ensures the correctness of provided content.

References

Our clients include Aerologic, Air Astana, CHC Helicopter, Ethiopian Airlines, Everts Air, JetAviation, Marathon Airlines, Presidential Flight, Saudi Royal Fleet and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

The company behind Logipad

DextraData, an IT consulting company and independent software vendor located in Ruhr Valley, Germany is the company behind Logipad. The Essen-based specialists for digitalization have understood the potential of the solution. Initially, Logipad was developed in 2002. Since then, Logipad has been further advanced and improved as a valuable solution for the aircraft industry. Since that point, Logipad was provided to airlines as an Electronic Flight Bag solution.

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E21

Ultramain Systems delivers SIMPLE MOBILE PAPERLESS electronic logbook ELB software along with a comprehensive suite of MRO / M&E software.  ULTRAMAIN® ELB™ – the market leading electronic logbook software is in approved paperless use at airlines worldwide.  ULTRAMAIN ELB operates mobile or installed devices.

We are a proven aviation software provider, with aircraft M&E / MRO customers running paperless, end-to-end, from the cockpit to the ground, with solutions covering the aircraft logbook, line and base maintenance operations  and MRO operations.

Step into the future with a fully paperless organization, by stopping at Booth E39 to learn how using ULTRAMAIN’s comprehensive suite of integrated solutions can help you see your aircraft data FAST, ACCURATELY and in REAL-TIME.

Come talk to us at Booth E21 and learn how ULTRAMAIN v9, including Mobile Mechanic and Mobile Inventory, to our onboard applications such as ULTRAMAIN ELB can eliminate hassles and increase profitability.

Contact Us
USI is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, with international offices located around the world. Come see us anytime at www.ultramain.com, or give us a call: +1 (505) 828-9000.

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E22
iFlight is an industry game-changing solution with a single source digital platform for flight operations, hub, and crew management.

Our fully SaaS-ready solution takes into consideration the critical complexities faced by the global aviation industry, with tools that are engineered to meet the dynamic needs of airlines worldwide. Built in collaboration with the airline industry and our domain experts, it is designed to address current and future operational challenges, with comprehensive, operationally efficient, cost effective, and highly scalable technology that uniquely adapts and grows with each airline business.

Covering the full spectrum from fleet planning all the way through to crew optimization and tracking, the iFlight platform is comprised of different modules that enable end-to-end airline operations, hub, and crew management.

iFlight’s artificial intelligence and data-driven solutions drive smart OCC collaboration through a real-time view on all operational indicators, from planning to post-flight. Early warning signals flag potential irregular operations and automate proactive and cost-aware disruption management.

Through real-time dynamic situational awareness and process automation, iFlight generates unmatched efficiency, cost-savings, and productivity for airlines of all sizes and business models, supported by:

  • A single integrated SaaS platform
  • Shared real-time information
  • Integrated disruption management
  • Intelligent automated tools

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Future-proof your airline operations and collaborate with your teams in real-time with a centralized platform that delivers agility and performance insights across flight, fleet, hub, and crew operations.

Discover iFlight: Watch the video
Let us show you a better way: Talk to an expert

Learn more about iFlight at https://www.ibsplc.com/product/airline-operations-solutions

 

About IBS Software

IBS Software is a leading SaaS solutions provider to the travel industry globally, managing mission-critical operations for customers in the aviation, tour & cruise, hospitality and energy & resource industries. IBS Software’s solutions for the aviation industry cover fleet and crew operations, aircraft maintenance, passenger services, loyalty programs, staff travel and air-cargo management. Learn more at ibsplc.com www.ibsplc.com

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E23

High Performance Since 1969

Flygprestanda is a leading supplier of aircraft performance solutions and has been since it was founded in 1969. The main product is the EFB-solution Guru2 that includes Aircraft Performance and Mass & Balance calculations as well as a global dynamic airport database (DAD) covering more than 10 000 airports. The airport database (DAD) includes Engine Out Procedures, Obstacles and NOTAMs The Guru2 app can be integrated with your EFB-platform or flight planning system of choice and runs on iOS or Windows.

Flygprestanda also supplies regular Runway Charts/Airport Analysis in traditional RPM-format or as PDFs for download online. The service portfolio also covers Drift down calculations, Load & Trim sheets and NOTAM watch. The company is ISO 9001 certified and fully compliant with EASA/FAA-regulations.

For further information please email [email protected] or call +46 40 642 00 10

Guru 2 – EFB with Aircraft Performance, M&B and a global Airport Database

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E24

At Honeywell, we’re transforming the way the world works, solving your business’s toughest challenges. With over 100 years of aerospace experience, we combine deep domain expertise with our cutting-edge enterprise performance management software to deliver Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency, the industry’s most advanced and capable enterprise performance management solution.

What is Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency?

More than a fuel-efficiency tool, it’s a multidimensional software platform capable of managing an airline’s enterprise-wide effort aimed at reducing emissions and fuel consumption while improving operational efficiency. The platform enables cross-domain analytics, taking data from multiple sources on and off the airplane and using a sophisticated data-analytics engine to provide airlines with actionable insights. Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency takes the blinders off and gives the airline access to a single source of truth of real-time and historical data, so that they can make fact-based decisions impacting fuel consumption, flight efficiency, flight planning and other operational processes.

What Outcomes Does Honeywell Forge Deliver?

More than 30 of the world’s leading airlines have turned to Honeywell for help in achieving their ambitious sustainability goals and the results speak for themselves. Based on existing customer data, Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency can deliver an estimated 2% fuel savings, depending on aircraft type and other operating factors. Beyond fuel savings, airlines can access a repository of data that contains information useful for a wide range of purposes, including upgrade/technology ROI, fuel hedging, government reporting and carbon-offset tracking.

How Can I Learn More?

Please stop by our booth E45 at this event to meet our team and demo Honeywell Forge for yourself. To schedule a virtual demo or learn more, visit our website for more information.

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E25

SITA is the air transport industry’s IT provider, delivering solutions for airlines, airports, aircraft and governments. Our technology powers more seamless, safe and sustainable air travel.

With around 2,500 customers, SITA’s solutions drive operational efficiencies at more than 1,000 airports while delivering the promise of the connected aircraft to customers of 17,000 aircraft globally. SITA also provides technology solutions that help more than 70 governments strike the balance of secure borders and seamless travel. Our communications network connects every corner of the globe and bridges 60% of the air transport community’s data exchange.

In 2021, SITA became a certified CarbonNeutral® company in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol – the leading global standard for carbon neutral programs. We are reducing our greenhouse gas emissions for all our operations through our UN recognized Planet+ program, while also developing solutions to help the aviation industry meet its carbon reduction objectives, including reduced fuel burn and greater operational efficiencies. In 2022, we announced our commitment to setting science-based emission reduction targets aligned to the Science Based Targets initiative Net-Zero Standard.

SITA is 100% owned by the industry and driven by its needs. It is one of the most internationally diverse companies, providing services in over 200 countries and territories.

For further information, go to www.sita.aero

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E26

Welcome to Aircraft-Commerce conference !

Maureva’s solutions showcased during the event :

ALEXIS Flight Scheduling and Crew Management Solution

KEOPS. Direct Operating Cost Control Solution

 

ALEXIS Flight Scheduling & Crew Management solution.

Optimize your airline operations with ALEXIS and its fully dynamic and responsive user interface

One of the most modern solution designed by Maureva, ALEXIS enables airlines to address the challenges of flight scheduling, crew management, pairing and rostering, daily operations management and disruption management.

Integrating powerful automation capabilities, user efficiency is greatly improved; aircraft and crew utilization are optimized. Complying with EU-ORO-FTL, CAP-371 and fully customizable to your specific airline rules, ALEXIS also provides exhaustive integration capabilities (Airports, PSS, DCS, FDM, Flight Planning, EFB, Maintenance, Training, Crew Briefing, HOTAC, W&B, Cosmic radiation, Pay) through APIs, interfaces and standard industry messages. A powerful crew web solution enables your crew members to interact with your airlines, automate their bids and leaves management requests and keep them updated with airlines latest information.

Combined with our cost management and control solution KEOPS, the solution also enables fast and accurate reporting, by virtue of a detailed calculation of cost at flight level, generating substantial revenue improvement for airlines.

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Recover Up to 2% of your Airline Direct Operating Cost by implementing robust Direct Operating Cost Control with KEOPS !

Used by Tier-1 carriers in Europe and a growing user community around the world, KEOPS revolutionizes how airlines manage theirDOCs, provisioning costs, controlling suppliers’ invoices and generating claims, creating and monitoring budgets and forecasts. The solution covers most DOCs, such as Airport and Navigation charges, Handling Services, Fuel, Crew Expenses, Catering, Rental and includes the most exhaustive public tariff database on the market.

Accurate activity-based costing, real-time cost scenarios, automated invoice control, increased savings, improved negotiation power and optimized accounting processes are only part of the benefits that airlines can get with KEOPS.

Maureva also provides outsourced invoice control services to airlines, ensuring the highest level of cost savings for your airlines.

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About Maureva

Maureva is a leading airline software and service solutions provider with over 25 years’ experience providing financial, commercial, operational, and business intelligence cloud powered solutions to 65 airlines across the world.

Maureva’s Airline Operations solutions include ALEXIS (Flight Scheduling, Crew Management and Operations Control), and KEOPS (Direct Operating Costs Management and Control) with the recent acquisition of XLM AERO.

Our expertise also covers other airline areas, in Finance (passenger and cargo revenue accounting), Reservation and distribution (Air Cargo, Shop order) as well as Business Intelligence (Budget, Route Profitability, KPIs and Analytics)

Contact:

Meet with Nicolas Pardieu (ALEXIS Functional Expert), Florian Bolzoni (KEOPS Product Manager), Romain Angella (Head Business Development) and Gerald Furlong (Managing Director) during these two days!

Contact Details :

Romain ANGELLA – Head of Business Development

E:  [email protected]

M: (230) 52 517 740

T:  (230) 466 6838

A:  3rd floor Orange Tower, Hotel Avenue, Ebene Cybercity 72201, Mauritius.

www.maureva.com

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Smart4Aviation is committed to providing industry-leading applications that enable airlines to increase productivity and efficiency, overcome challenges, and improve operational awareness and communication across all operational domains.

Our corporate headquarters is in Amsterdam, The Netherlands with two large development offices located in Gdansk and Krakow, Poland. You can meet us in Toronto, Canada and in New York City, USA. 

From these locations, we serve airlines worldwide, delivering superior products and technology, backed by industry-leading 24/7 support. We offer affordable, innovative, and flexible solutions and services for airlines to meet all of their operational needs and requirements.

Our goal is 100% customer satisfaction while serving the client’s interests as an ally and a loyal business partner. The company aims to deliver its customers seamless systems that improve quality, accessibility and availability of information while reducing operational costs. 

Our web-based and mobile solutions with exceptional support are recognized within the industry as being some of the most dependable and innovative in the market. All of our current customers such as Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, Air France, Emirates, Iberia, Atlas AIr, Qantas, easyJet, Alaska Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Horizon Air, Jazz, Martinair, and others have all benefitted from implementing Smart4Aviation solutions.

In our product portfolio you can find the following solutions:

–              Load Planning, Weight & Balance, Payload Management,

–              EFB & Mobile,

–              Communication & Alerting,

–              Real Time Flight Tracking,

–              Pilot & Cabin Crew Briefing,

–              Weather Station & NOTAMs Management,

–              Document Management & e-Reporting,

–              Flight Planning Solution – under development.

We believe that in every aspect of our business, our key objective is to maintain a customer focus. This customer focus ensures that all activities, whatever they may be, will provide strong customer value. Our customers are our greatest corporate assets and are our best sales force. We take our customer relationships very seriously and the goal is to partner with all our customers encouraging them to interact with our employees and to provide insight and input into the development path of current and future solutions. Smart4Aviation is rapidly becoming the preferred provider of software solutions for the Aviation industry worldwide Our proactive approach to R&D and our outstanding customer service has made us the forerunner in this rapidly changing and demanding market.

One of the key differentiators is our experience in the integration. Interfacing with a large variety of systems delivered throughout many Customers will remain S4A’s most significant asset.  During the initial analysis phase, Smart4Aviation’s goal is to ensure that the scope of the project is defined in appropriate detail. We collect customer expectations and needs to ensure that everything is being done with the specifics of the business logic and requirements.

Smart4Aviation will provide an enhanced hosting solution in Amazon Web Services. Our partnership with your airline will make you an immediate beneficiary of this sophisticated service. Environments can be created on-demand, from scratch in under 15 minutes. Capacity for the existing environments can be auto-scaled on the fly, thus allowing for more efficient management of “peaks”. Additional capacity does not need to be carried for future expansion or to mitigate risk. This can be treated as a cost-saving opportunity. These benefits will be achieved during our discussions realized throughout our business relationship.

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Vistair delivers the aviation industry’s most flexible, intelligent, and powerful document and safety management solutions for aviation operations, supporting more than 40+ customers worldwide to improve operational efficiency, safety, and compliance.

Our comprehensive product suite, intellectual property portfolio, and unrivalled experience in both aviation management technology and advanced data services, position Vistair as the partner of choice for aviation organizations worldwide.

For more information, please contact:Jo Strong Marketing Manager

Tel: +44 (0) 1454 616531E-mail:  [email protected]

Web: www.vistair.com

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SAFRAN AIRCRAFT ENGINES, A WORLD-CLASS AIRCRAFT ENGINE MANUFACTURER

A maker of aircraft engines for 110+ years, Safran Aircraft Engines designs, develops, produces and supports, alone or in partnership, engines for civil and military aircraft offering world-class performance, reliability and environmental-friendliness. Our business is based on a clear vision of the market, unrivaled expertise, state-of-the-art production capabilities and a complete range of maintenance services.

Through CFM International*, a 50/50 joint company with GE, Safran Aircraft Engines is the world’s leading supplier of engines for short and medium-haul commercial jets. In 2021, Safran Aircraft Engines and GE renewed their CFM partnership through 2050.

CFM International develops, produces and sells the new advanced-technology LEAP engine and the world’s best-selling CFM56 engine.
Since the first CFM56 engines entered revenue service in 1982, CFM has delivered more than 40,000 engines to 600+ operators worldwide. CFM currently produces the advanced LEAP engine family to power the Airbus A320neo, the Boeing 737 MAX, and the COMAC C919. To date, the LEAP fleet has logged a total of more than 20 million engine flight hours.

In 2021, the CFM RISE Technology Demonstration Program was launched to fulfill CFM’s mission to lead the way for more sustainable aviation. The RISE goals include reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by more than 20 percent compared to today’s most efficient engines, as well as ensuring compatibility with alternative energy sources.

CONTACT/ SORET Charles [email protected]

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Welcome to NAV Flight Services

We have been providing professional flight planning services for almost 30 years. We are currently offering a wide range of products and services. Our key products include:

NAVsystem, the IFR Flight planning system, is the perfect tool for economical and safe flight planning. The optimum route function allows you to perfect your fuel consumption. Each and every calculation is based on individual performance data. We put emphasis on simplicity and intuitive user interface and we never stop updating the software.

Recently, we have launched our latest product. NAVlink is enabling FPL and wind uplinks to FMS via ACARS.

We run the Education and Training Center NAVacademy – where we combine theory with practice. The NAVacademy provides you and your flight dispatchers with the all-in-one training. We are also ready to accommodate any individual training requests. Training sessions are led by qualified professionals with many years of experience.

Individual consultations will answer all the questions you have about OCC systems, Datalink, EFB, A / C performance, flight efficiency, complex system integration and more. We also help our clients to develop solutions in these areas and tailor them for their specific flight operations.

The selection of services wouldn’t be complete without our very own NAVjet supervising.

Our company holds the ISO9001 and NATO AQAP 2110 certificates.

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Founded in 1995, PACE has built a reputation for developing trailblazing software products, which took us from university spin-off to international market player and partner of choice for leading aerospace and aviation companies.

 As part of TXT e-solutions, the company focuses on high-quality niches such as preliminary design and evaluation, product configuration, flight operations and extended reality.

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Web Manuals is a SaaS company enhancing safe and efficient operations through a document management system specialized for aviation. The software has been built, evolved, and employed by +460 customers for over ten years.

Top aviation professionals have chosen our digital platform in more than 65 countries, easing document editions and improving control of their regulatory processes. With our cloud-based software, they are simplifying documentation processes and regulatory compliance with automated smart modules.

The system enhances digital compliance monitoring by connecting your documents and regulations. The software ensures complete traceability and automates alerts to notify you about normative changes. In a matter of clicks, you can update the regulations in the new revision and stay compliant for every audit. Our system is connected to the most used compliance libraries worldwide. We have regulations, certifications and requirements from EASA, FAA, CASA, OTAR, and many other standard regulations. Which also facilitates proof of compliance to inspectors and auditors with the dynamic checklists.

We are revolutionizing aviation manuals and regulatory compliance by making the digitization, authoring, and distribution of operational documentation easy and accessible to operators of all sizes. What used to be a laborious manual task is now made simple: the rapid authoring, reviewing, publishing, distribution, and control of an entire manuals library is now a seamless operation.

The entire document cycle is optimized with role-based functionalities that allow you to manage and keep track of every modification in your manuals. Our users increase document control with cross-references showing dependencies between different procedures and manuals and escalating efficiency by tracking changes throughout revisions. Online collaborations empower your team to edit the documents simultaneously, optimizing workflow, approvals, and distribution.

We have developed +150 features to ease the formatting, design, and setup of pages and chapters. All the components are designed to customize your manuals, improve documentation quality, and enrich the experience for all users. Deployed by over 20.000 aviation professionals, our system has proven to solve critical manual standardization challenges and save up to 80% of time and resources on the editing side.

Web Manuals is rapidly expanding its global presence. With offices in San Diego, Singapore and Malmö, Sweden, we provide full in-house customer support, with staff live 24/7 monitoring of servers, ensuring mission-critical availability. From the implementation phase, users have available multiple guides, tutorials, and support channels that allow them to maximize our tool deployment. While increasing your expertise, you can also access valuable training and certifications to upgrade your skills as an editor or instructor.

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Aircraft Commerce and Aircraft IT have joined forces with a group of best-in-class consultants to form ‘Aircraft Commerce Consulting’. This uniquely-capable and experienced team is working with airlines and aircraft operators in developing strategies to unlock and enhance the full potential of both aircraft operations and associated IT systems. Find out how your company can tap into this unrivalled industry knowledge by visiting Aircraft Commerce Consulting on stand F1.

Key Services Include:

Health-Checks – Find out how your current systems and processes are performing against industry standards. Identify what can be optimized to drive greater efficiency, provide competitive advantage and ensure on-time performance.  Health-Checks include: MRO / M&E Systems, Fuel Efficiency, CORSIA Compliance, Cyber Security.

M&E / MRO IT Adoption Study:  Optimizing M&E / MRO system performance is critical to successfully meeting industry challenges.
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Fuel Efficiency Health-Check:  There is potential for further fuel saving at even the most optimized airline.
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IT Systems Support – Tap into Aircraft Commerce Consulting’s unrivalled industry knowledge of the market and vendors. Our industry leading experts are on-hand to support you with your products including: M&E / MRO, EFB, ETL, Fuel Efficiency, Crew Planning, Flight Planning, Digital Strategies, Latest Technologies, more…

Company Background:

In 1998 Aircraft Commerce magazine set the Gold Standard in commercial aviation analysis, a standard it has maintained and strengthened ever since.​ From its launch in 2011 Aircraft IT magazine has sustained and strengthened its unrivalled status as the industry authority on Flight Operations and Maintenance & Engineering IT systems.​

Now these two industry powerhouses have joined forces with a team of ‘best in class’ consultants to create a new force in civil aviation consultancy. ​From January 2018 this unique resource will stand ready to work with you in developing business strategies to unlock the full potential of your fleet, network and IT Systems. Strategies that embrace the game-changing potential that the synthesis of data, analysis, systems and experience can deliver.

For more information please contact:

Ed Haskey | [email protected] | +44 1273 454 235 |

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International Flight Support (IFS) is a modern Danish SaaS company with a mission to bring the newest tech innovations to the aviation industry.
 
IFS has created the most agile EFB Cross-platform software solution currently available on the world market. EFBOne is a fully integrated solution that can digitalize your entire pre-flight to post-flight process providing significant cost and time savings.
The EFBOne workflow configuration is easily adapted to cover the exact operational reporting and calculation needs of your airline.
 
We take pride in providing the fastest setup in the market and therefore we offer “a once in a lifetime” deal in the London exhibition- get 90% off EFB setup costs during the show. No strings attached. Only 4 bookings available. Apply by writing to [email protected]
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Founded in 2011, Skyconseil is an french innovative start-up, involved in the development of smart aeronautical applications in order to bring real added value to our customers.

Right from the beginning we followed a user centric approach putting their needs in the center of our developments. Thanks to the diverse team of software developers, aeronautical engineers and pilots and our strong collaboration with external partners, we managed to develop an internationally recognised mission management application.

Guidor™, our leading product, actively improves the situational awareness of pilots and ground staff and proposes smart tools to analyze and optimize e.g. the avoidance of severe weather areas in real-time. This results in measurable increased efficiency and in significant reduction of weather induced delays and fuel reduction.

For further information about our activities, join us at our booth E39.

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Flightman Solutions Suite is an integrated set of connected aircraft applications which together with the ground server offer a robust and complete solution. The Solutions Suite, including eJourney Log, Electronic Flight Folder, Tech Log and Cabin Defect Log together with extensive Cabin Applications,  enables the aircraft to act as a connected node in a fully integrated network thereby allowing airlines achieve optimized regulatory compliance, total operational efficiency and enhanced in-cabin passenger service and revenue opportunities by seamlessly connecting and integrating the aircraft within the enterprise IT infrastructure.

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Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd.

Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd. (Swiss-AS) is a 100% subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines and thereby embedded in the Lufthansa Group, one of the biggest airline groups of the world.

Swiss-AS positions itself not as a pure software house, but as a company tightly linked to airline business. Being in touch with active aircraft maintenance on a daily basis and therefore able to capture MRO trends at a very early stage, Swiss AviationSoftware unites almost years of IT experience with profound MRO expertise and offers its customers a functionally unsurpassed and technologically state-of-the-art maintenance system.

Our long experience, uncompromising pursuit for quality and safety, and our commitment to equip the Swiss-AS customers with a state-of-the art solution are pillars which steer the development of the system as well as our service delivery.

AMOS

AMOS is a comprehensive, fully-integrated software package that successfully manages the maintenance, engineering and logistics requirements of modern airlines and MRO providers by fulfilling demanding airworthiness standards.

The key differentiators that make AMOS stand out from competition are the system´s high degree of integration and functional depth coupled with ease of use.

AMOS, having celebrated its 30th birthday in 2019, is the perfect fit for:

  • airlines of all size and type, from start-ups to tier-one organizations
  • MRO providers
  • CAMO organisations and other aviation companies.

while being suitable for all aircraft types (including