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Predictive In-Flight Fuel Efficiency Pilot Guidance Solution for all Flight Phases Demo Webinar [SITA OptiFlight Demo – Climb Out, Shortcut Recommendations Enroute; Flight Data; ML Aircraft Performance Models; 4D Weather; EFB Integration; more]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 28th September 2023) to see a demo of the unique SITA OptiFlight solution, which brings real-time data science to the cockpit. As you will see, ahead of each flight, OptiFlight utilizes machine learning to build tail-specific predictive performance models for the aircraft, using historical flight data (inc. airline-specific waypoint-to-waypoint tracks flown), plus accurate 4D weather to determine the optimum fuel saving scenarios for all phases of the flight. The fuel saving scenarios are then translated into easy-to-apply tactical recommendations displayed on the pilot’s existing EFB real-time in-flight, (or before the flight via the paper briefing package) providing them with the data needed to request shortcuts from ATC in-flight, optimize speeds and altitudes for the climb-out phase, and more. During the Webinar you will be taken on a demo of SITA OptiFlight from a pilot’s perspective, with a focus on climb-out and cruise optimization. You will also see how, after each flight, actual fuel consumed is compared with predictions for detailed fuel savings reports. The data is then used to update the machine-learning model and further optimize accuracy and efficiency for each future flight.  You will also see how OptiFlight is suitable for all airlines and operators worldwide, requires no additional aircraft hardware or IT infrastructure, and can integrate with all OFP sources, as well as EFFs and EFB Apps, and even paper based briefing packages. Finally, you will see some real-world airline case studies and see how OptiFlight allows them to achieve significant fuel savings, optimize efficiency, and reduce emissions for each flight.

During this webinar, you will be taken on a demo of SITA OptiFlight from a pilot’s perspective. The following SITA OptiFlight modules will be shown:

  • OptiClimb: Delivers a customized climb schedule to save, on average, 5% of fuel burn.
  • OptiDirect: Provision of shortcut recommendations enroute, based on historical tracks flown and with an indication of fuel and time savings.

The Webinar is divided into 3 key sections:

  1. SITA OptiFlight Demo 1: Climb-out optimization using OptiClimb
    The climb phase consumes a large amount of fuel and can be further optimized. As you will see, thanks to machine learning performance models obtained from historical flight data for each tail, OptiClimb processes flight plan information together with accurate 4D weather forecasts to predict fuel burn in tens of thousands of scenarios for each climb-out. It then recommends the most efficient scenario to the pilots.

    As you will see, OptiClimb works for any type of aircraft, flight planning system or pilot briefing solution whether paper or electronic, with no equipment installation or connectivity required. Pilots receive customized speeds, which they enter into the Flight Management System, and which change at different altitudes for each flight.

  2. SITA OptiFlight Demo 2: Cruise optimization using OptiDirect
    Traditionally, pilots can request from ATC enroute, directs to save time and fuel but they often do not have the relevant tools or data in the cockpit to do so. As you will see OptiDirect recommends shortcuts based on historical tracks flown, with an indication of fuel and time savings. The solution also considers wind and temperature forecasts for the flight to recommend those shortcuts that will save the most on today’s flight.

  3. SITA OptiFlight Cockpit Integrations and Airline Case Studies
    Finally, you will see how SITA OptiFlight easily integrates with paper briefing packages and flight planning systems, and with multiple EFB and EFF apps, including SITA eWAS (SITA’s weather app) and SITA Flight Folder (SITA’s electronic Flight Folder). Lastly, you will see some real-world fuel savings examples from airlines who are using SITA OptiFlight.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Boeing Next Generation Flight Tracking Solution Demo Webinar: Improve Operational Efficiency [Fleet Insight Demo; GADDS Compliant; Flight Plan Integration; Live EnRoute Weather; Customizable Alerts; Cloud Hosted; Fuel Insights; more]

*Please note: this webinar is for airlines and aircraft operators only

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 21st September 2023) to see a demo of the new one-stop-shop flight tracking solution from Jeppesen: Fleet Insight – Next Generation Flight Tracking. With its integrated flight plans, Jeppesen navigation data, graphical weather, NOTAM information, flight insights and more, you will see how Fleet Insight provides dispatch and operational personnel with the tools and data needed to increase situational awareness and mitigate disruptions, plus optimize operational performance. The demo will showcase real-life flight examples such as: flight plan integration, tracking of flown path vs OFP and ATC cleared route, OOOI times, live fuel insights, current and forecast weather conditions, alternative route plotting, fleet wide Gantt chart overview, and lots more. As you will see, dispatch can follow an individual flight or track an entire fleet, with a holistic overview of current fleet status and performance.  Additionally, insights and customizable alerts into flight events such as flight delay / early arrival, squawks, holding, diversion detection and more, allow airlines to anticipate disruptive events, better understand the consequences of specific decisions, and better mitigate the impact of disruptions.

The Webinar begins with an introduction to the modern challenges in flight tracking, and how Fleet Insight addresses these challenges. You will see the data sources the solution utilizes to power global, fully GADSS compliant 4D flight tracking, including terrestrial and space-based ADS-B, ACARS, and more.  You will then be taken on a demo tour of Fleet Insight including real-life flight examples. Finally, you will learn about the added value benefits the solution provides to dispatch and operational personnel, and you will get a look at the development roadmap.

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Today, airlines are constantly facing disruptive events and quickly changing conditions. At the same time, the GADSS mandate has set new standards for flight tracking. Without an integrated, holistic overview of fleet status, it is challenging for operations personnel to maintain an adequate level of situational awareness and mitigate the impact of disruptions. Fleet Insight is a cloud-hosted one-stop-shop flight tracking solution that helps airlines to overcome these challenges. This free webinar provides a full demo of the core capabilities of Fleet Insight, including:

  • GADSS compliant flight tracking
  • Integrations of state-of-the-art graphical weather, flight relevant textual weather and NOTAM information
  • Integrations with Jeppesen’s NavData® and over 1,000 smart airport maps
  • Fleet wide Gantt chart with past, current, and scheduled flights
  • Insights into flight events such as flight delay / early arrival, squawks, holding, diversion detection and many more  
  • Customizable alerts for flight events
  • World-wide airline traffic depiction
  • Desk assignment
  • And many more!

The webinar is divided into four key sections:

  1. An introduction to current challenges in flight tracking and how Fleet Insight responds to these challenges by providing the next generation of flight tracking. This will also cover the kind of data sources Fleet Insight utilizes, the user personnel that Fleet Insight can be beneficial for as well as the different kinds of fleet status insights Fleet Insight provides.

  2. This is followed by the main part, a detailed demo, that covers all aspects of the solution with real-life flight examples, including:
    • Flight plan integration
    • Tracking of flown path vs OFP and ATC cleared route
    • Historic flight position reporting
    • Flight events
    • OOOI times
    • Live fuel insights
    • Phase of flight history
    • Flight plan and airport NOTAM information
    • Current and forecast weather conditions
    • Enroute weather conditions
    • Desk assignments
    • Alternative route plotting
    • Fleet wide Gantt chart overview
    • And many more!

  3. The third section summarizes the added value Fleet Insight provides to dispatch and operational personnel, and will give an outlook to the further development and roadmap of Fleet Insight.

  4. The session is closed with a Q&A session that provides you with the opportunity to engage with a Fleet Insight product management specialist.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Flight Path Optimisation Pilot EFB App Demo Webinar [StorkJet ‘FlyGuide FPO’ App Demo: Tail-specific Flight Profile Optimisation for Climb, Cruise and Descent. Optimum speeds and Altitudes; more]

*This webinar is for airlines and aircraft operators only

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 7th September 2023) and discover FlyGuide the full flight profile optimization EFB App for pilots, from StorkJet. Powered by the latest tail-specific performance models, FlyGuide FPO is the full Flight Profile Optimisation that provides optimum speeds and altitudes for climb, cruise and descent. Its goal is to optimize the cost of the entire flight; not each flight phase alone. To do that, it utilizes not only the high-resolution weather but also primarily tail-specific performance models that have unprecedented precision. Using them, FlyGuide FPO can be implemented on any aircraft type. Also, as the app is looking for the true optimum, it will take into account not only the cost of fuel, but also the cost of time, based on the airline’s cost index. Key optimization factors include, as well as actual aircraft deterioration, gross weight of the aircraft and the most accurate weather conditions.

Via FlyGuide FPO (Flight Profile Optimisation) demos you will see real-life examples of how the App is supporting pilots in optimizing their flights – from Climb, through Cruise, to Descent. You will also see the post-flight module, which gives pilots insight on performed flights, together with detailed feedback and tips on how to improve their performance. The demos will also show how the savings can be quantified for each and every flight, showing if the flight profile optimization program is worth investing in.

The webinar will begin with a short introduction to StorkJet and its complementary ecosystem of fuel-efficiency and aircraft performance monitoring solutions, focusing on the latest development, FlyGuide FPO, which is solely dedicated to providing optimum speeds and altitudes for all flight phases. You will then see the importance of tail-specific fuel burn prediction models to identify savings for every second of the flight, calculating true optimums, and a powerful EFB app to communicate those optimum speeds and altitudes to flight crews. The StorkJet presenters will then discuss the importance of high accuracy weather data. You will also see how the Flight Path Optimisation results are later communicated to all the stakeholders: by post-flight analysis to pilots and by the summary of realized vs remaining saving potential for fuel analysts. The main part of the webinar is a full demo of StorkJet’s FlyGuide FPO App, showcasing real-live examples of how it helps pilots to optimize their flights. Finally, you will see a FlyGuide roadmap and upcoming cutting-edge developments.

The FlyGuide Flight Path Optimization demos will be presented from a pilot-point of view and follow a typical flight. At the end, the demo will switch to an overall summary view for all flights visible for fuel efficiency team:

  1. FlyGuide EFB App – Pilots En-Route Flight Path Optimization:
    The StorkJet presenters begin the pilot’s journey by analyzing a few flights speeds and altitudes to determine:

    – How the true optimum speeds and altitudes differ from FMS?
    – What is the root cause for this difference – weather or performance models?
    – What is the difference in fuel burn and flight time? How much can I save by choosing the recommended path?

    The demos will review scenarios with different winds, routes and gross weights.
  1. FlyGuide EFB App – Pilots Post-Flight Analysis Demo:
    Then, you will see how a pilot can verify savings after the performed flight. With this detailed post-flight analysis, they can be more involved in fuel policy by understanding the impact of their decisions. Pilots receive information, thanks to which they can easily answer questions like:

    – How much fuel have I saved? How much fuel can I still save?
    – Have I achieved the target?
    – What could I improve for the following flights?

  2. FuelPro Analytical Dashboard – Fuel Efficiency Team Flight Path Analytics and Compliance Monitoring Demo:
    Finally, the demo will switch to the view available for the fuel efficiency team. There, you will see how to clearly quantify:

    – How much fuel and CO2 was saved?
    – What is still the remaining potential? Is it on Climb, Cruise or Descent?

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

New-Gen Aviation Weather Solutions for Before, During and After each Flight Demo Webinar [inc: IROPS Contingency Planning with Long-Range Forecast; High-Res Turbulence and Convection Tools; Flight Plan Weather Data Integration; more]

*This Webinar is for airlines, aircraft operators, and aviation authorities only

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 15th June 2023) and join the aviation weather experts at Weathernews Inc. as they walk you through their latest new-generation suite of weather solutions and services developed to provide innovative tools and apps to key airline personnel (pilots, dispatch, flight ops control), covering all phases of each flight.  The aviation industry must contend with ongoing risks of extreme weather events, now exacerbated by climate change. Costs associated with turbulence encounters, delays, reroutes and reduced flight efficiency caused by storms, tropical cyclones and volcanic ash are significant and present ongoing challenges for airlines.  In this Webinar, Weathernews Inc will demo new and innovative solutions that are currently supporting over 13,000 flights every day and monitoring over 350 airports worldwide, providing airlines with the tools they need to ‘weather the storm’ and build resilience.  Solutions you will see include: the new Weather Impact on Flight Ops Forecast tool that predicts the impact of weather on airport traffic and aerospace congestion, and allows airlines to optimize flight routes plus reduce extra fuel costs at the flight planning stage; the new High Resolution Turbulence product currently under development as well as the new High Resolution Convection and Cb top Forecast product; Flight Operations Control Support tool to support for ground handling, aircraft mooring and evacuations with special long-range tropical cyclone support; Flight Plan Editor, for high-quality, weather forecast data integrated into existing flight plan editor tool. Lastly you will see the Weathernews Inc. API services which allows airlines to integrate the unique propriety weather content into exiting solutions.

During the Webinar you will see demos of the following solutions:

  • Flight Operation Control Support: IROPS Contingency Planning, Tropical Cyclone Tracking
    As you will see this solution provides airlines with the tools to mitigate the impact of Tropical Cyclone winds well in advance with this long-range specialized content.

    Based on the Weathernews proprietary tropical cyclone track forecast, Flight Operation Support provides specialized content 3-4 days in advance to support Ground Handling staff safety, and aircraft mooring decisions to mitigate expected damage from the winds of an approaching Tropical Cyclone.  In addition, IROPS contingency planning can also be supported with the long-range forecast content.

  • Weather Impact on Flight Operation Forecast: Weather Impact on Airport Traffic and Airspace Congestion at the Flight Planning Stage
    Next you will see a new solution designed to anticipate the impact of weather on airport traffic and airspace congestion with content provided at the flight planning stage.
    Built In collaboration with US based partner AvMet Applications, a recognized leader in aviation weather and functional analysis of air traffic operations, you will see how this specialized content predicts the impact of weather on airport traffic and aerospace congestion which can allow airlines to optimize flight routes and reduce extra fuel costs at the flight planning stage.  The content is available on a browser-based platform which will be demonstrated.

  • WNI High Resolution Turbulence Product: Clear Air, Mountain Wave, Convectively Induced
    Next you will see the Clear Air Turbulence, Mountain Wave Turbulence and Convectively Induced Turbulence wrapped into the all-new High-Resolution Turbulence forecast and verified with EDR observations.  This new product has worldwide coverage and has also been verified extensively with EDR observations.  The new content is scheduled for release soon and is also available on API service.

  • WNI High Resolution Convection Product: High-Res Convection & Cb Top Forecast
    Next you will see the new High-Resolution Convection and Cb Top forecast Product with worldwide coverage. The High-Resolution Convection Forecast is currently utilized in the collaboration project with AvMet Applications which is verified on a continuous basis. This content is now available via the API service for airlines who would like to integrate additional weather layers into their existing systems.

  • Flight Plan Editor: High-Quality Weather Data Integrated into existing Flight Route Editor Tool
    Finally you will see this simple yet powerful solution that allows users to analyze en-route weather and volcanic ash efficiently and parse a flight route: it features horizontal and vertical cross section display functionality

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

eWAS Pilot App for Real-Time In-Flight Weather Awareness Demo Webinar [Pilot Walkthrough Demo: Briefing, In-Flight, Delays; Connectivity & Offline Options; Flight Planning Route Integration; Latest Developments; Turbulence, Winds, etc.; more]

Please note: This Webinar is for airlines and aircraft operators only

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 29th September 2022) to see a demo and overview of the popular eWAS Pilot solution from SITA, as used each day on thousands of flights worldwide, to provide pilots, via their Tablets, with a near real-time view of significant weather (clear air turbulence, convective cloud, lightning, icing, High Ice Water Content [HIWC], and more) covering all phases of flight including airports.  As you will see eWAS Pilot displays multiple sources of weather in real-time, visualized graphically in 4-D (Horizontal, Vertical and Across Time), with the flight plan mapped out, all in a pilot centric App providing pilots with the information needed to track bad weather en-route, and decide whether to re-route the flight and avoid the avoidable. As you will see, the eWAS Pilot solution is compatible with any device, and aircraft type, and uses a range of connectivity (and can be used Offline) making it suitable for all airlines and aircraft operators. 

The webinar begins with SITA experts highlighting how weather is getting more severe, more frequently, creating disruptions to an airline’s operation, and adding higher stress and workloads to the pilots.  Via demos of eWAS Pilot, you will see how the solution supplements weather charts and cuts briefing times down, while providing supreme confidence in the air for real-time weather, allowing pilots to reduce their cognitive load and manage their energy better to find further areas to perfect their flight.  The eWAS Pilot demo will walk you through a typical flight including pre-flight briefings, and in-flight how pilots can use the solution to predict and then avoid adverse weather, plus during long delays how pilots stay up to date with weather forecasts, and lots more.  You will also see latest developments such as adding new weather sources (DWD and WNI) providing further resolution and timeliness of weather updates globally, as well as how PIREPs can be easily submitted in-App allowing all eWAS Pilot and eWAS Dispatch users to be instantly aware of developing weather conditions.

The Webinar is divided into three key areas:

  • Full Overview of eWAS Pilot – the Key Benefits
    First you will see the key highlights and benefits pilots gain when using eWAS Pilot, including easily reading the weather, taken from multiple sources, in real-time, visualized in 4-D. You will see how the eWAS Pilot reduces the cognitive load on pilots, when it comes to weather, especially when the flight plan is shown over the weather in altitude and over time. You will also understand how pilots can avoid adverse weather like High Ice Water Content (HIWC) to prevent grounding of aircraft, saving on operational costs. Plus, lots more.

  • Latest Updates to eWAS Pilot – New Weather Sources, PIREPs, more
    Next you see how SITA continually improve the solution and strive to ease pilot workload while keeping operations safer. As you will see SITA have recently added new weather sources, DWD & WNI, giving further resolution and timeliness of weather updates globally. At the same time, PIREPs can be easily submitted in-app, allowing all eWAS Pilot & eWAS Dispatch users to be aware of developing weather conditions.

  • eWAS Pilot Demo – Pre-Flight, In-Flight, and Delays
    Finally, you will see a live demo, showcasing how pilots use eWAS Pilot to ease their pre-flight briefings, while gaining supreme confidence in-flight regarding weather decisions. SITA experts will walk you through the flight briefing process using Live Weather Data. You will also see how pilots can navigate the weather through time, seeing the direction of the weather’s movement for the entire flight. Additionally, how pilots stay up to date with weather forecasts, especially for heavily delayed flights, plus lots more.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Next-Gen Aviation Weather Solutions for Dispatch, Pilots and Flight Ops Demo Webinar [inc: Real-Time GADSS Compliant Flight Monitoring with live Weather Data; Pilot EFB Weather App; En-Route Optimization; Flight Planning Weather Data Integration]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 10th March 2022) and join the aviation weather experts at Weathernews as they walk you through their next-generation suite of weather solutions and services developed for dispatch, pilots and flight operations staff to increase situational awareness, support real-time decision making, reduce costs (avoiding costly diversions, and saving on unnecessary extra fuel), assist airlines to meet future mandates (such as GADSS aircraft monitoring); and increase key staff productivity and efficiency. As you will see, the solutions can be customized to each airline’s unique weather-related needs and challenges (such as landing minimums and ops policies); the solutions currently support over 13,000 daily flights and monitor 350 airports worldwide; plus they augment existing airline and aircraft systems so can be implemented at low cost. Solutions you will see include: Flight Plan Editor, for high-quality, real-time weather data integrated into existing Flight Planning systems; Flight Watch for a GADSS compliant flight monitoring solution to monitor aircraft performance, set weather alerts and live weather conditions at different flight levels; FOSTER EFB, so pilots can quickly locate severe weather early using a unique cross-section display of the planned flight with weather overlay; En-Route Optimization Support, for alerts to severe weather (Turbulence, Icing and Convection) in a real-time graphical display; and more.  Lastly you will see a new API solution providing all the mandatory WAFS products as well as WNI forecast data to support digitalization.

The Webinar begins with a look at the challenges facing the aviation industry today.  Omicron has further delayed recovery in aviation, further highlighting the need for airlines to digitize and adopt solutions that not only reduce costs, but also increase work productivity and efficiency.  You will see how Weathernews assists customers to meet these challenges and provides the tools needed to meet future mandates such as GADSS aircraft monitoring.  As you will see the Weathernews aviation meteorologists continuously monitor the forecasts and, together with the Risk Communicators team, provide daily weather briefings and updates to airlines allowing dispatchers and operations teams to focus on flying the aircraft during these challenging times; also to provide high-quality weather data so that airlines can make more precise fuel load decisions, thereby avoiding unnecessary fuel, and so that dispatch and pilots are able to plan a more efficient and safer route, in real-time, to avoid any significant weather. Then you will see how the solutions seamlessly integrate with existing systems with a demo and full overview of several different software and service solutions.

During the Webinar you will see demos and Overview of the following solutions:

  1. Flight Watch – Real-Time Flight Monitoring Solution with Integrated Live Weather:
    As you will see Flight Watch is a real-time flight and weather monitoring solution that satisfies the requirements of GADSS and is also able to incorporate SBADS-B data.  You will see how to set specific and automated alert functions, both aircraft and weather related, based on your specific threshold and for every flight, plus how to monitor the aircraft performance and view the flight route in a cross-section with live information and weather conditions at different flight levels.

  2. Flight Plan Editor – High-Quality Weather Data Integrated into existing Flight Planning Systems:
    You will also see how the Weathernews data integration solution provides airlines with the possibility to integrate high-quality weather forecast data into their current or future Flight Planning systems. As you will see, this solution allows the operations team to continue to use familiar flight planning systems, but with integrated high-quality weather data that allows them to optimize flight routes ahead of take-off. You will also see how the solution allows users to analyze en-route weather and volcanic ash, and parse a flight route: it features horizontal and vertical cross section display functionality.

  3. FOSTER EFB – Pilot Flight Deck App for Real-Time Weather Briefing for all Flight Phases:
    Next, a demo of how pilots access displays of the latest weather information for all phases of flight. You will see how pilots can view a cross-section of the planned flight with weather overlay at different flight levels and how they can locate severe weather phenomena early and take action to ensure a comfortable and safe flight.

  4. En-Route Optimization Support (EOS) – Real-Time Turbulence, Icing, Convection, etc. Alerts:
    Then, you will see the new high-resolution En-Route Optimization Support tool. If severe weather conditions are expected along the route, EOS contents will alert and provide flight dispatch support to determine the optimum route. Weathernews’ own developed Airway Safety and Comfort (ASC) scale displays current meteorological en-route weather conditions including Turbulence, Icing, and Convection. Airlines can choose different Flight Levels and with a three-rank color code instantly increase productivity. Weathernews’ EOS also incorporates the latest reported PIREP and model output into the ASC scale.

  5. Airspace Critical Operation Support – Volcanic Ash Forecast using AI Detection Technology:
    Following that you will be shown the Airspace Critical Operation Support solution for volcanic ash forecasts with worldwide coverage using AI Detection technology. Weathernews monitors volcanoes worldwide, and with propriety radars and cameras can issue early warnings, analysis of the ash plume, height, and concentration of the plume.  The early warnings and world-leading prediction accuracy helps airlines avoid dangerous situations.

  6. Weather Impact on Air Traffic and Airspace Capacity:
    Now you will see the collaboration project developed with AvMet which predicts thunderstorm impact on airport traffic and airspace congestion.  The data is provided at the time-of-flight planning.

  7. PIREP / ACARS Solution for Route Specific Turbulence Reports:
    Next you will see the tool developed in collaboration with Japan Airlines that automatically processes turbulence reports and uploads them to aircraft flying in the vicinity of reported turbulence.

  8. Flight Operations System Support API:
    Finally you will see a new API solution providing all the mandatory WAFS products as well as WNI forecast data to support digitalization to WNI airline customers.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
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Digital Day of Operations Apps with Real-Time Connectivity for Pilots, Cabin Crew, Dispatch, Ground Crew & Maintenance Demo Webinar [eWAS Pilot Weather App; CrewTab; eWAS Dispatch for Flight Tracking; Flight Folder for real-time OFP; Mission Control]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 30th September 2021) and join SITA FOR AIRCRAFT for a full overview and demo of their Digital Day of Operations (DDO) suite of integrated Apps and services designed to digitize and optimize each flight at pre-flight, take-off, inflight, landing and post-flight. As you will see, the DDO Apps, designed for key personnel for each flight (pilots, cabin crew, dispatch, ground crew, maintenance, OCC) and powered by smart technology and real-time connectivity, enable flight and route optimization for pilots in-flight, greater coordination for dispatchers, ease of communication between crew and maintenance on the ground and in-flight, and improved situational awareness for OCC, leading to improved on-time performance, turnaround, safety and sustainability while reducing costs. 

During the Webinar SITA FOR AIRCRAFT experts will demo the Apps for a typical flight showcasing the seamless communication across platforms including Pilots accessing the eWAS Pilot app for real-time optimized views of live weather and the Flight Folder App for real-time OFP; dispatch using Flight Tracking and Flight Folder Apps; cabin crew, ground crew and maintenance using the flight specific shared communication App, Mission Control, for seamless communication in-flight and on the ground; and more.

The Webinar is divided into three key sections:

  1. Industry Challenges: Covid Impact on Resources; Sustainable Aviation; Digitization
    The Webinar begins with SITA FOR AIRCRAFT experts outlining the market conditions and challenges facing the industry. Challenges include airlines compensating for reduced staff levels post Covid, with the need to digitize and automate processes: the importance of finding better and more efficient ways of working and a continuous effort to optimize operations.  There is also global demand for sustainable aviation and the drive towards zero carbon aircraft operations.  

    As you will see the DDO suite of Apps provides airlines with the tools needed to meet these challenges, from assisting pilots and dispatch to optimize flight routes for maximum fuel efficiency, to improving air-to-ground collaboration so that a smaller team can work more effectively and efficiently together on each flight, to enhancing situational awareness and continue to optimize operations.

  2. Day of Operations Apps Demos and Overviews
    Next you will be taken on a full overview and demo of each of the Apps:

    (i) eWAS Pilot App: Provides pilots with graphically optimized views of weather phenomena to the flight deck, in real time. Pilots can then take informed, proactive decisions to re-route flight plans to avoid significant weather. Airlines can also use the App for forecasts and satellite-based observation data to create more economical and sustainable flight plans. By evaluating fuel decisions using eWAS Pilot Intelligence, airlines can calculate the right amount of fuel to carry.
    (ii) FlightFolder App: Provides pilots and dispatchers with easy access to flight briefings.  Pilots can log flights efficiently, while dispatchers can dispatch, monitor, and withdraw flights, sharing a common view with the pilots. Dispatchers and pilots provide and receive real-time operational flight plan (OFP) updates and directly attach new or revised documents. The App facilitates a fully digital flight briefing to optimize flight operations
    (iii) CrewTab App: Provides cabin crew with an all-in-one solution to digitally transform their daily operations, including quick access to passengers’ information for better customer care and less time spent on administrative work resulting in more time for passengers and paperless operations. The App automates repetitive flight management processes.
    (iv) eWAS Dispatch App: Provides dispatch with SITA’s next generation flight tracking tool with best-in-class real-time weather services, allowing dispatchers to make better decisions based on more accurate and extensive data. The App automatically and continuously checks multiple flight and external parameters and raises an alert if there is an anomaly, so dispatchers do not need to monitor flights continuously. The unique combination of features for better tracking, weather avoidance, fuel usage, and communications improves operational efficiency, sustainability, reliability, and safety.
    (v) Mission Control App: A shared platform providing cross-team collaboration for each flight for all key personnel such as pilots, OCC, ramp, gate personnel, cabin crew, maintenance, etc. Integrated with Datalink services, the App ensure everyone has simultaneous access to the same information. The App creates full visibility and transparency for optimizing efficiency and turnaround.

  3. Day of Operations App Demo: A Typical Flight
    Finally, you will see a demo of the Apps for a typical flight showcasing the seamless communication and data integration:

    Step 1: The pilots using the eWAS Pilot App identify bad weather on-route.
    Step 2: The pilots use the Mission Control App to notify all key flight personnel of a diversion.
    Step 3:  In the meantime, Cabin Crew report a cabin fault in their CrewTab App and use the Mission Control App to report the fault to maintenance so they are ready to make a repair when the aircraft arrives at the gate.
    Step 4: Dispatch use the eWAS Dispatch App to identify the best re-route and update the flight package in the FlightFolder App.  The Pilots access the new route in their FlightFolder App.
    Step 5: The Pilots use the FlightFolder App to check the weather at the diversion airport. The pilots then use the Mission Control App to message the ground handlers at the diversion airport so they are ready to receive the aircraft.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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Next-Gen Aviation Weather Solutions for Dispatch, Pilots and Flight Ops Overview and Demo Webinar [inc: En-Route Optimization Support for Turbulence, Icing, Convection; Destination Airport Forecasts and Alerts; Japan Airlines Case Study; more]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 11th March 2021) and join the aviation weather experts at Weathernews as they walk you through their end-to-end intelligent aviation weather solutions and services developed for dispatch, pilots and flight operations staff to increase operational awareness, support decision making and ensure safety with maximum efficiency and lower costs (such as through avoiding costly diversions, and saving on unnecessary extra fuel) for all phases of flight, including areas where there is no or limited weather information.  As you will see the solutions are customized to each airlines’ unique weather-related needs and challenges such as landing minimums and operational policies, and are currently used to support over 13,000 flights daily and monitor 350 airports worldwide. Airlines can choose the full suite of services and solutions or design their own system, by selecting only those that match their requirements, or selecting specific solutions to integrate with their existing infrastructure.  

The Webinar begins with a look at the challenges airlines are facing during the pandemic and how Weathernews are assisting their customers by providing a full weather support service.  As you will see the Weathernews aviation meteorologists continuously monitor the forecasts and together with the Risk Communicators team, provide daily weather briefings and updates to airlines allowing dispatchers and operations teams to focus on flying the aircraft during these challenging times; also to provide high-quality weather data so that airlines can make more precise fuel load decisions, thereby avoiding unnecessary fuel, and so that dispatch are able to plan a more efficient and safer route to avoid any significant weather. Then you will see how the solutions seamlessly integrate with existing systems with a look at high-quality weather data integration into existing Flight Planning systems, providing operations teams with the tools needed to optimize the route ahead of take-off. 

Next you will see demos of two solutions designed to assist dispatch and pilots.  First, Go or No-Go, providing hourly updated forecasts for the destination airport, colour-coded for easy reference to highlight any potential problems with the airline’s weather-specific landing minimums.  Then you will see a demo of the En-Route Optimisation Support (EOS) solution which provides alerts to severe weather en-route (including Turbulence, Icing and Convection) in a real-time graphical display and suggests different Flight Levels and optimum route to dispatch. Finally, via a Japan Airlines case study, you will see how Weathernews collaborates directly with their customers to develop bespoke airline specific solutions leading to cost savings and increases in efficiency.

The Webinar is divided into four key sections:

  1. Weathernews Solutions and Services Overview and Industry Challenges
    The Webinar begins with Weathernews experts sharing an overview of their end-to-end high-quality weather data services and solutions and how they are assisting their airline customers with the current challenges facing the industry.  You will be shown how the Weathernews aviation meteorologists continuously monitor the forecasts and work with the Risk Communicators team to provide airlines with daily weather briefings and updates, allowing dispatchers and operations teams, during these challenging times, to focus on flying the aircraft, and to provide high-quality weather data, supporting more precise fuel load decisions by airlines, thereby avoiding unnecessary fuel, and enabling dispatch are able to plan a more efficient and safer route, avoiding any significant weather.

  2. Weather Data Integration into Flight Planning systems
    Weathernews has over 30 years of experience in supporting airlines with various weather-related challenges.  This section of the Webinar shows how the Weathernews data integration solution provides airlines with the possibility to integrate high-quality weather forecast data integrated into their current or future Flight Planning systems. As you will see, this solution allows the operations team to continue to use familiar flight planning systems, but with integrated high-quality weather data that allows them to optimise flight routes ahead of take-off.

  3. System Demos: Go or No-Go Decision Support (GONG); En-Route Optimization Support (EOS)
    Next you will see demos of two popular Weathernews solutions designed to assist dispatch and pilots. As you will see GONG provides hourly weather forecasts for destination airports in consideration of each airline’s weather-specific landing minimums; a colour-coded index highlights potential problems to dispatch. Then you will see a demo of EOS.  As you will see, if severe weather conditions are expected along the route, EOS will alert and provide support to determine the optimum route to flight dispatch. The real-time graphical display shows current meteorological en-route weather conditions including Turbulence, Icing and Convection and suggests flight levels to optimize efficiency.

  4. Japan Airlines Case Study: Joint Development Solutions
    Each region and airlines have different weather needs and challenges.  With more than 30 years of experience in supporting and servicing airlines Weathernews uses this expertise to work closely with airlines to develop bespoke solutions that meet these needs and challenges using high-quality weather data and leading to cost and efficiency savings.  Japan Airlines outline a recent project with Weathernews and discuss the challenges for and benefits of their jointly developed solution.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:
Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor.  These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.  

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies.  Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration.  There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.  

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues.  The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Ops software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Ops IT Vendors.  

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EFB Real-Time Weather App, with IATA Turbulence Aware and High-Resolution Global Forecast Demo Webinar

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 24th September 2020) for an excellent chance to see the latest advances in real-time weather information technology, tailored specifically for each flight, with a demo and full overview of the EFB Weather App: proFLIGHT, from AVTECH.  During the Webinar you will see how proFLIGHT is derived from aviation’s leading Met Office High-Resolution Global Weather model, with integrated IATA Turbulence Aware data to provide pilots with a multi-layered, highly accurate real-time weather and flight path optimization solution which can be updated at any time during flight preparation or in flight. As you will see with this information at their fingertips, pilots can be better prepared for their flights, and passengers can be assured of a more timely and comfortable flying experience. You will also see, via a Norwegian case study, how the App can assist airlines to reduce fuel burn and emissions.

As you will see proFLIGHT offers, in real time, all required weather related information, from significant weather charts, SIGMETS and station information, derived from 10K high resolution weather such as turbulence and winds along the flight plan route, letting pilots track bad weather and decide whether to re-route the flight or optimize trajectory based on winds. If Turbulence is encountered, the crew have the best information possible for the climb / descent decision. As you will see, proFLIGHT utilizes existing aircraft hardware and data communications, making it suitable for all airlines and aircraft operators to access highly accurate weather forecasts, and can be used offline and online.

The Webinar is divided into three key sections:

  1. AVTECH and proFLIGHT Introduction; Norwegian Fuel and Emissions Savings Case Study:
    The Webinar begins with a brief overview of AVTECH and their product line, before an in-depth look at the proFLIGHT EFB App. You will see how patented algorithms extract the best possible high-resolution weather information (data is usually too large to utilize), and how this is combined with real-time weather measured data from IATA’s Turbulence Aware Program. You will also see how optimizer can assist airlines and operators to reduce fuel burn and emissions via a Norwegian case study.

  2. Met-Office High-Resolution Weather Forecasts and IATA Turbulence Aware Program:
    Next the Met-Office and IATA will showcase their solutions.  You will learn how the Met Office 10KM High- Resolution Global Weather model provides the most accurate, unique and valuable global aviation forecasts available. IATA will then outline their Turbulence Aware Program which when combined in proFLIGHT provides the real-time data to verify the Met-Office high-resolution forecasts, providing pilots with the most accurate and valuable weather solution available.

  3. Pilot proFLIGHT App Demo for a Typical Flight:
    Finally, you will be taken on a full proFLIGHT demo from a pilot’s perspective for a typical flight.  You will see how pilots navigate the App’s graphically optimized view providing live and tailored flight weather information, as well as standard aviation weather reports and the information provided in the briefing package. You will see how pilots can plan the most efficient route to avoid dynamic weather and how to optimize climb and descent to reduce fuel burn and emissions or avoid turbulence.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of MRO software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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AVIOBOOK and its integrated application suite for airlines

*This Webinar is for airlines and aircraft operators only

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 10th September 2020) for an excellent chance to see a full overview and demo of the powerful suite of integrated Apps and solutions from AvioBook, designed to optimize flight operations and reduce operational costs, including a demo of Flight, the next-generation modular EFB App. As you will see during the Webinar, the six Apps and solutions seamlessly integrate with each other sharing real-time data and information for each specific flight, and provide all key personnel (pilots, cabin crew, dispatchers, maintenance crew and ground staff) with their own application specifically adapted to their daily tasks. Airlines can design their own system, selecting Apps and solutions that match their requirements or specific Apps to integrate with and enhance their current platforms. The solution demos will follow all phases of a typical flight, and include the latest cutting-edge EFB module developments such as In-Flight Optimization, Flight Tracking, eTechlog (ETL/ELB), live 4D weather; new modules: Airports and Skypath; plus a look at the new AvioCast solution – the all-in-one QAR, WAP, AID device providing on-board connectivity and the tools to extract value from your flight data.

During the Webinar, AvioBook experts will demo the Apps and solutions, simulating all phases of a typical flight:

  1. Pilot Demo: AvioBook Flight – Next-generation EFB Modular App:
    From a pilot’s perspective, you will discover AvioBook Flight and its different modules, including the latest cutting-edge developments in the Globe module: In-Flight Optimization and Live Flight Tracking. You will also see the eTechlog module which replaces traditional paper log books and is fully integrated with any Maintenance Information System (MIS). The demo will also walk you through the new Airports and Skypath modules.
  2. Cabin Crew Demo: AvioBook Cabin App: 
    Next you will see the intuitive AvioBook Cabin application; designed for cabin crews to provide them with the most up-to-date valuable information (latest schedule, briefing section, etc.), review important documents, digitally complete reports, and report a defect in real-time.
  3. Maintenance Crew: AvioBook Tech App:
    Next you will discover how the AvioBook Tech application improves the efficiency of maintenance operators in their everyday duties. As you will see with this connected solution, maintenance staff are able to see all defects reported by pilots or cabin crew in real-time, allowing them to anticipate and deal with unscheduled maintenance as soon as the aircraft lands,​​​ thereby reducing turnaround time.
  4. OCC Staff and Dispatchers: AvioBook Base Application: 
    For airline operation centres, OCC staff and dispatchers you will see a demo of AvioBook Base, a powerful web-based solution allowing users to create, enrich and manage the Electronic Flight Folder (EFF). It also allows users to manage and monitor all data going to the pilot’s EFBs or cabin and ground crew devices and integrates with your airline’s back-office systems.
  5. Real-Time Airline Communication Platform – AvioBook Connect:
    As you have seen, each stakeholder has their own dedicated solution that allows them to have access to the most relevant up-to-date information for their daily tasks. And to enable them to communicate with each other, you will next see a demo of AvioBook Connect: a communications platform to connect all stakeholders (flight crew, dispatch, maintenance operators, OCC, and others) and share key information for each specific flight in real-time, in an integrated and secure way either using a BYOD chat-like App on smartphones or via a web-app.
  6. On-Board Connectivity and Flight Data Solution: AvioCast:
    Finally, the AvioBook experts will introduce you to the new AvioCast solution, the all-in-one QAR, WAP, AID device which provides airlines and aircraft operators with connectivity on-board and extracts value from the recorded flight data.

Optimizing flight operations has never been so important in this difficult period for the aviation industry, so please register for this Webinar and discover how AvioBook can help.

Webinar Agenda:

  • An Introduction to AvioBook
  • Software Demo 1: AvioBook Flight App
  • Software Demo 2: AvioCabin App
  • Software Demo 3: AvioTech App
  • Software Demo 4: AvioBase App
  • Software Demo 5: AvioConnect Application
  • Demo 6: AvioCast Solution
  • Questions & Answers

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of MRO software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here