AVIOBOOK has reached more than 2,600 tails using AVIOBOOK’s suite of applications.
Despite difficult economic conditions in the aviation industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, AVIOBOOK has shown that its suite of applications can bring concrete business benefits to airlines around the world. The company says it is positioning itself as the practical solution for EFB software that will support airlines in the post-pandemic recovery.
In India, low-cost carrier IndiGo has chosen AVIOBOOK for its fleet of more than 270 aircraft to support its operations as the largest airline in the country by market share. And two members of the Indigo Partners Group, JetSMART in South America and Lynx Air in Canada, chose AVIOBOOK to help with their rapid growth plans.
Following the successful go-live of AVIOBOOK’s Electronic Flight Folder in 2020, Frontier Airlines is expanding its partnership with AVIOBOOK to further its ongoing efforts to improve efficiency and deliver environmentally friendly operations. With all pilots already trained and using the suite of applications, the next stage is set to bring further improvements to flight operations by expanding the scope of functionality.
AVIOBOOK’s FAA-approved iPad application gives crews a dashboard with the information required for their flight, including the regulatory dispatch release, meaning that they no longer have to be printed at the gate. AVIOBOOK says this saves Frontier the printing of more than 10 million pages of paper per year and thousands of gallons of fuel per year. In the first phase, Frontier saw how AVIOBOOK ensures pilots have access to the latest flight plan and weather data when they need it, aiding on-time departures and faster recoveries in the case of disruptions.
Phase II will provide Frontier pilots with tools to better manage EFB workflow, facilitate access to practical airport information and boost real-time communication between all flight stakeholders.