28 May 2014


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Enter Air, Polish charter airline company, continue its commitment to sustainable development by signing a contract with OpenAirlines.

OpenAirlines, a young innovative company, has implemented SKYBREATHE FUEL EFFICIENCY a software solution to help airlines all over the world achieve important savings (from 1% to 4 %) on their fuel costs.

This software is the outcome of 5 years of R&D and has leveraged the results of the Clean Sky CARING* Project (contribution of Airlines for the Reduction of Industry Nuisances and Gases). The company developed algorithms to quickly analyze all the flights of an airline and propose fuel savings solutions.

With SkyBreathe Fuel Efficiency, Open Airline was awarded the “2013 Sustainable Development Trophy” by La Melee association and the Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées Chamber of Commerce.

Enter Air as the largest charter airline in Poland and the second largest airline in the region is concerned by its passengers’ well-being. It provides charter flights mostly to tour operators and direct customers at very competitive prices to more than 80 of the most popular holiday resorts in Europe, Africa and Asia from Poland, Czech Republic, Scandinavia, France and UK. Founded in 2009, Enter Air’s first flight was in April 2010 and today the company operates eight Boeing 737-400 and six 737-800 aircraft. Safety, security as well as respect of the environment are the foundation and values of Enter Air’s business. For four years running, Enter Air has been selected as the best charter airline company in Poland.

Open Airlines was founded in Toulouse, France, in 2006 to meet the needs of airlines to optimize their flight operations and reduce their costs. Leveraging a team of airline specialists, it offers innovative software solutions to save fuel (SkyBreathe), manage crews (CrewIntelligence and CrewPad) and fleet (OptiFleet).