*Please note: this webinar is for airlines and aircraft operators only
Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 6th July 2023) and join Honeywell as they showcase how they assist airlines around the world to take their standard best practice fuel and flight efficiency tracking to the next level; assisting them to establish advanced bespoke projects to yield significant fuel and operational efficiency savings. The Webinar begins with Honeywell fuel efficiency experts providing an overview of Honeywell Flight Efficiency, their popular cloud-based, deep data analytics solution, as used by airlines of all sizes and fleet types worldwide to establish a companywide fuel efficiency program, as well as to equip management and flight crews with actionable insights that they can use to reduce fuel consumption and cut carbon emissions with every flight. You will see key features such as the Pilot Connect Mobile App, Dashboards, Data Quality Engine, Advanced analysis, and much more. You will then learn how airlines can use the solution, and Honeywell expertise, to take their fuel efficiency projects to the next level through analysing their unique operations data to identify new ways to save fuel and overcome operational challenges. The Honeywell team will take you through several different use cases including: optimizing Center of Gravity (CoG) before take-off; NextGen FMS savings tracking on Embraer aircraft; Optimizing Required Navigation Performance (RNP) approach procedures using historical flight data; Airport specific RETO Compliance monitoring; and more.
The Webinar is divided into the following key sections:
- Overview of Honeywell Flight Efficiency and Identifying Advanced Savings
The Webinar begins with an overview of Honeywell Flight Efficiency, a popular cloud-based, deep data analytics solution, as used by airlines of all sizes and fleet types worldwide (such as British Airways, Japan Airlines, AirAsia, Azul, Air Transat, Wideroe, and more) to establish a companywide fuel efficiency program and equip management and flight crews with specific guidance to pilots, ground personnel and others so that they can make informed decisions regarding fuel loading, taxiing and flight procedures, and plus gauge the impact of decisions affecting fuel economy on other airline priorities, like on-time performance. You will see key features such as the Pilot Connect Mobile App, Dashboards, Data Quality Engine, Advanced analysis, Trajectory Analysis, Statistical Fuel, how to utilize build-in content and drill down to analyse flight events.
The Honeywell team will then outline how an airline can take a fuel efficiency program to the next level through analysing their unique operations data to identify new ways to save fuel using the Honeywell Flight Efficiency solution.
- Advanced Use-Case 1: Optimizing Center of Gravity (CoG)
The first advanced fuel efficiency use case you will see is optimizing the aircraft’s Center of Gravity (CoG). One of the big challenges that airlines face today is knowing exactly how much fuel they could save if they move CoG to the AFT. As you will see Honeywell uses a high-granularity dataset to build a ML model of CoG impact on fuel consumption. The model is then loaded into the platform to calculate savings.
The data gathered is the difference between an actual CoG and a most optimum CoG quantified on a per-flight basis in terms of excess fuel. The Aggregated results drive the model.
- Advanced Use-Case 2: NextGen FMS Savings Tracking, following Upgrade
Next you will see how the platform assists airlines who are flying Embraer aircraft to verify and measure fuel savings brought in through upgrading the conventional FMS which does not support Cost Index and ECON flight, to the Next Generation FMS (NGFMS) Gold which enables cost index flying for Embraer. You will see how the airline can then run reports and analyse data to show efficiency savings from the NGFMS.
The same process can be undertaken for any other fuel efficiency modifications, turning Honeywell Flight Efficiency into a value validation tool.
- Advanced Use-Case 3: Optimizing Required Navigation Performance (RNP) Approach Procedures
Next see how Honeywell assists airlines to analyse and fly optimum RNP profiles. Flight data is ingested into the platform and each flight is analysed with respect to the relevant RNP procedure so that compliance is established. By using flight events as filters, an airline user can easily analyse any segment of the RNP procedure and even establish compliance to a segment. Flying the optimum RNP profiles may not always be possible due to operational registrations, so with this data airlines can analyse and understand why flights are unable to comply to RNP procedures and find ways to optimize operations for future flights.
- Advanced Use-Case 4: Hong Kong Airport Specific RETO Compliance Project
Hong Kong Airport are concerned with excessive N1, and therefore issued a requirement that airlines are authorized to perform engine-out taxi operations only if they maintain N1 lower than 40% in certain areas of the airport. To get authorization airlines are required to implement a monitoring program. You will see how Honeywell assisted their customer operating out of Hong Kong Airport to set up a comprehensive monitoring program allowing the airline to track each flight that goes through the restricted areas storing, among other parameters, N1 data in easy-to-download reports.
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.
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