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OpenAirlines | November 08, 2021
OpenAirlines introduces SkyBreathe Aircraft Performance Monitoring (APM), a new solution to help airlines continuously measure the performance of each aircraft in their fleet. The solution comes fully integrated with SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flying platform the leading solution in the marketplace that covers all fuel best practices in all areas of an airline for increased fuel savings and CO2 reduction.
Fuel burn contributes up to 30% of direct operating costs. Monitoring each...
Solace | December 09, 2020
The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is utilizing Solace's market-driving event streaming and the management platform to efficiently gather and circulate the continuous data needed to control their NextGen Weather Systems, which are involved Common Support Services – Weather (CSS-Wx) and NextGen Weather Processor (NWP). The NextGen Weather System's preparing stage bolsters the recognizable proof of traffic stream imperatives and on the way wellbeing perils, and g...
Simple Flying | December 15, 2021
Qantas is returning to Rome with a seasonal service to run from June 2022 through to October. The three times a week flights will see the Australian airline return to Italy after an 18-year absence. The flights will also mark Qantas’ return to continental Europe.
From June 22, 2022, QF5 will push back from Sydney at 17:55 every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday for the four-hour and 55-minute hop over to Perth. After a 90 minute stopover, the flight leaves Perth at 22:20 for t...
Simple Flying | January 17, 2020
Bombardier, Airbus‘ minor partner in the A220 program, is coming to regret the choice of selling 51% of its small jetliner program to Airbus. Bombardier originally set out to open up a new market for themselves with the A220/C-Series. They were quite successful in the small aircraft range with their turboprop Q-series, their lucrative train division, and their CRJ jet program, and thought they could combine all three for a new product....
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