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Latest eJournal

Aircraft IT OPS Issue 51: Spring 2022

> CASE STUDY: A flight planning solution that works for Loganair
Owen Purday, Senior Flight Support Officer, Loganair
> CASE STUDY: Going paperless from the start at PLAY
Finnbogi Karl Bjarnason, Director Flight Operations, Operations at PLAY
> SURVEY: Aircraft IT 2022 Survey on Optimization Platforms and new IT Technologies
> Column: The world according to IT and me
Paul Saunders, Solutions Director, Vistair
> VENDOR FLIGHT LOGS: Lufthansa Systems, DextraData, and ASAP

Latest News

Industry News and Updates

    17 May 2022

    Ultramain Systems

Scandinavian Airlines System group selects ULTRAMAIN® ELB™ for Paperless Operations

Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) has selected Ultramain Systems to provide its market leading electronic logbook software. ULTRAMAINELB fully replaces the aircraft paper technical log, cabin log, journey log, damage log, and fueling logs providing a validated electronic Certificate of Release to Service (e-CRS).

    16 May 2022

    SkyPath

Is turbulence here to stay?

Uploaded directly to the pilot’s iPad, SkyPath turbulence data can prevent accidents and improve customer satisfaction by helping pilots and dispatchers to optimize flight routes, cut fuel costs, and tailor in-flight service and announcements to weather conditions.

    16 May 2022

    WNI

Integrating Weather into Existing Platforms To Enhance Decision Making.

There are many weather types to consider that will affect flights.  To ensure safety, it important for pilots and flight operations to have the latest weather information as thunderstorms, winds, fog, rain and snow can have a big impact.  Most airlines try to fly in almost all weather conditions but sometimes delays and cancellations are implemented so that the number of delays can be minimized.