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Decentralized Aviation

June 10, 2022

Decentralized Aviation
Give the tools to the people and disruption will seem both sudden and natural. The rise in blockchain technology has allowed us to challenge the status quo and build a
better tomorrow.

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Executive Airlines Pty Ltd

We value the many relationships we have developed over the years and look forward to continuing to connect with our passengers, fellow air crew, corporate travel colleagues and of course the many Executive Airlines alumni now working within the broader aviation landscape.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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Enhancing airport resilience and runway capacity with Intelligent Approach

whitePaper | January 20, 2020

NATS, the UK’s leading air navigation services provider and Leidos, a leading technology provider, developed a ground-breaking airport solution called Intelligent Approach. With Intelligent Approach, air traffic controllers around the world have the tools to safely optimise arrival spacing in all conditions and for all runway configurations, delivering capacity, safety and resilience benefits without the need for expensive changes to ground infrastructure. As demand for air travel grows it becomes essential for airports to leverage proven innovations to drive improved capacity, to do it quickly when capacity is constrained, and safely during disruptive conditions.

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The Magic Triangle of the New Normal

whitePaper | February 1, 2022

The often-used “new normal” alliteration means that new is normal. This holds specifically as practically all companies evolve towards software companies. Read in this whitepaper conclusions from an industry survey on trends that will impact us in 2022 and beyond.

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Connecting the Skies

whitePaper | November 8, 2019

The use cases for Inflight Connectivity are manifold. Market research suggests that 90% of passengers would like to connect, but less than 10% do so, as fees are high, and performance is poor. In the cabin, online credit card verification would eliminate fraud, and qualified medical assistance from the ground would avoid unnecessary diversions. Flight crews could optimize their flight path based on real time weather updates. Aircraft systems could report the need for maintenance and trigger ground crews accordingly, so that ground times can be minimized, and resources be used most efficiently. The ever-increasing demand for Inflight Connectivity is driven by several factors: the continued growth of airline passenger traffic, which is expected to double by 2035; 5-10 times higher passenger take rates of cabin Wi-Fi services than today; the amount of data generated by modern aircraft systems, which has already surpassed 1 Terabyte per flight just for the engines; other aerial vehicles that require connectivity for mission accomplishment, for example, police and rescue helicopters; and finally manned and unmanned drones (eVTOLs), which are expected to proliferate in the next decade.

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PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF EVOLUTIONARY HYDROGEN-POWERED AIRCRAFT

whitePaper | January 2, 2022

Aviation is a hard-to-decarbonize sector of the transport industry due to the stringent mass and volume requirements for aviation fuel. The high energy content of liquid jet fuel, both per unit mass and per unit volume,

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Advancing Cyber Resilience in Aviation: An Industry Analysis

whitePaper | January 22, 2020

Civil aviation is an incredibly safe mode of transport. Year-on-year statistics referenced by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Annual Safety Report demonstrate this. Considering the forecast of double-digit growth over the next 20 years and the new infrastructure needed to manage capacity and services – and as indirectly evidenced by high levels of consumer confidence documented in widely available growth analysis – continued efforts today will clearly be paramount tomorrow to maintain the safety promise.

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THE FUTURE OF AVIATION IN A WORLD OF SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

whitePaper | April 13, 2021

Air transport plays a vital role in economies. The number of flights increased by approximately 38% between 2010 and 20191 and is still expected to resume a strong long-term growth globally despite the COVID-19 crisis2 , albeit below 2019 levels for the years to come. This can mainly be attributed to strong forecasted growth in developing countries3 , especially in middle class populations, driving the need and market for greater local and global connectivity within these regions.

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Executive Airlines Pty Ltd

We value the many relationships we have developed over the years and look forward to continuing to connect with our passengers, fellow air crew, corporate travel colleagues and of course the many Executive Airlines alumni now working within the broader aviation landscape.

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