Flightman today announced that Eurolot S.A. has signed a contract to commence Class I Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) software deployment across their fleet of Bombardier and ATR aircraft.
Eurolot selected Flightman to deliver EFB software technology that will streamline their Flight Operations and Maintenance operational processes. The solution includes the eJourney Log, Electronic Flight Folder, Large Content Manager, eReports, Business Intelligence and eTechlog applications and integrates with 3rd Party Performance Calculator and Charting applications. This complete EFB software solution will connect Eurolot’s fleet of aircraft to their back office systems and reduces operational workload by ensuring single point data capture. Through this state of the art deployment, Eurolot shall also have the capability to efficiently exchange data on and off the aircraft via cellular communications and shall be able to centrally manage it via the Flightman™ Ground Administrative Manager application
Having completed the onsite requirements gathering phase of the project, Mariusz Dabrowski, President, Eurolot S.A., said, “In order to optimize our operational processes, we require software with excellent operational flexibility. Flightman’s EFB software is very flexible and adaptable to our organization. It meets our strategic and technical requirements to improve our existing operations and achieve significant cost savings.”
Commenting on the current status of the project, Joe McGoldrick, Chief Executive, Flightman said, “We are excited to be delivering our enterprise class EFB solution to Eurolot. As more airlines start to achieve the cost savings promised by EFB technology, they are looking for a flexible solution that can grow over time to encompass more of the operational processes around the aircraft.”
The Flightman™ EFB Solution Suite allows airlines to achieve total operational efficiency, optimized regulatory compliance, enhanced in-cabin passenger service and revenue opportunities, by seamlessly connecting and integrating aircraft within airlines’ IT infrastructure. The company develops Aviation Software Solutions, which are incorporated in a Service to connect the aircraft to company systems and drive productivity and operational improvements.
Eurolot is one of the most dynamically developing airlines in Central Europe– the company was founded in 1996 and provided flights for PLL LOT. On July 1, 2011, the airline launched its own flights between major regional airports in Poland. This season, Eurolot has launched new international connections to as many as 16 new destinations, including Germany, Holland, Italy, and Croatia.
For further information, please visit www.eurolot.com.
Flightman is an EFB software provider that automates and streamlines operations within the aviation industry. The Flightman family of products comprises innovative software technology which synchronizes an extensive data model between the aircraft and various airline ground systems. It provides forms and workflows tailored to various users to enable dramatic process improvement in the cockpit, cabin and on the ramp, thus reducing costs and enhancing efficiency in aircraft operations and maintenance.
For further information, please visit www.flightman.com.
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