selects StorkJet to drive operational and fuel savings through data

    24 Apr 2024


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Leading leisure airline has partnered with StorkJet to implement a range of data-driven technologies that enable the airline to continue its growth strategy, by optimizing aircraft performance and flight operations.

The UK’s third largest airline has chosen StorkJet’s AdvancedAPM and FuelPro products, which will provide with real-time data and analysis that can be used to achieve even greater operational efficiencies and fuel savings. As well as also helping to reduce emissions and costs, the technology is adjusted to different aircraft, providing bespoke feedback to multiple departments, including flight crew.

Over 90 aircraft in the fleet are being supported with StorkJet’s innovative solutions, including aircraft in the company’s Airbus and Boeing fleets.

AdvancedAPM automatically provides with highly precise performance factors, allowing for improved fuel planning accuracy during daily operations.

FuelPro is StorkJet’s web-based dashboard which provides fuel analysis for all stages of flight, including planning, taxi, take-off, climb, cruise, descent, and landing. The software allows multiple departments from flight planning right through to flight deck to simulate any flight scenario and precisely estimate the saving potential during every minute of the flight.

Captain Barry Comerford, Head of Flight Operations Technical at said: “We are very pleased to have selected StorkJet, as their innovative solutions will play an important role in enabling us to continue developing our operational efficiency. AdvancedAPM and FuelPro will help us identify and measure additional marginal gains through data driven analysis, further improving our operation and helping us reduce emissions too.”

Renata Niedziela, StorkJet CEO, said: “We’re thrilled to work with to provide our expertise and data-driven insights to optimize their fuel usage and enhance their overall operational efficiency. This partnership is a proof of the effectiveness of our technology and our commitment to creating sustainable solutions for the aviation industry.”

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A few words about StorkJet:

StorkJet helps airlines save fuel and reduce CO2 emissions by utilising data coming from the aircraft since 2014. With a strong research background, based on reinvesting 60% of the turnover in R&D and several EU research grants, the company developed the most precise aircraft performance models on the market. With this technology, StorkJet has optimised over 6,8 million flights. StorkJet’s software portfolio consists of:

  • AdvancedAPM, Aircraft Performance Monitoring for accurate fuel planning,
  • FuelPro, which helps gain savings across 47 fuel initiatives from all flight phases,
  • FlyGuide, an EFB application for pilots, which helps them plan the flight in an optimum way, select optimum speeds and altitudes, and give intuitive feedback after the flight.