On February 04, 2019

How to use the cost of weight to be more fuel efficient?

Fuel efficiency depends on many criteria. One of the most important is weight: the more weight you add on an aircraft, the more fuel you need to fly it.

 

The link between aircraft weight variations and fuel consumption is called the cost of weight. If the use of this indicator is not that clear...

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On January 09, 2019

[Interview] Martin Kordos from Porter Airlines shares their fuel efficiency experience with SkyBreathe®

 

Porter Airlines is a regional airline based at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, in Toronto, Canada.

Porter regularly operates flights between Canada and the USA using Canadian-built Bombardier (now Viking Air) Dash-8 Q400 turboprop aircraft.

 

 Martin Kordos, Senior Financial Analyst FP&A...

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On December 21, 2018

What you need to know about Reduced Acceleration Altitude

Pilots are the main actors to improve fuel efficiency since a lot of initiative to save fuel must be applied during flights.

 

That’s why this new series of articles will focus on giving you tips and tricks for many industry best practices for fuel efficiency.

such as Continuous Descent Approach...

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On December 13, 2018

[Interview] Marek Andrejs from SmartWings shares their fuel efficiency experience

SmartWings is the largest charter airline in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary and a major operator in the Polish market. SmartWings currently operates a fleet of 37 aircraft, mostly Boeing 737. 

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On December 03, 2018

[ROI Calculator] How much fuel savings can your airline achieve?

Following our previous article of the math of airline fuel efficiency, you probably already got familiar with the simple formula and tried our basic savings calculator spreadsheet.

 

Want to go further and know exactly how much fuel savings your airline can achieve using a fuel efficiency tool...

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On November 22, 2018

OpenAirlines labelled as a "Solar Impulse Efficient Solution"

To take the success of the solar-powered flight around the world further, the Solar Impulse Foundation, led by Bertrand Piccard, is selecting 1000 solutions that protect the environment in a profitable way. In October 2018, OpenAirlines has been labelled as a “Solar Impulse Efficient Solution”.

By OpenAirlines View More
On November 19, 2018

[Webinar] How to engage pilots to improve fuel efficiency?

Date: December 6th

Time: Session 1: 8:30 am UTC/GMT - Session 2: 3:00 pm UTC/GMT (Convert to your local time)

Duration: 1h (Presentation 45min + Q&A 15min)

 

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On November 15, 2018

What you need to know about Engine-Out Taxi-In

Pilots are the main actors to improve fuel efficiency since a lot of initiative to save fuel must be applied during flights.

 

That’s why this new series of articles will focus on giving you tips and tricks for many industry best practices for fuel efficiency.

After Continuous Descent Approach...

By Damien & Vincent View More
On November 08, 2018

CORSIA: V for Verification

Starting in 2019, every airline having international flights needs to monitor and report their emissions to their state of attribution.

 

This last article of our CORSIA series will give you insights about the Verification process:

By Verifavia View More
On October 30, 2018

5 fuel savvy tips every airline pilot should know

Since summer 2017, jet fuel prices are rising. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), in October 2018, jet fuel price was 36% higher than one year ago. This spike in fuel prices, generally airlines’ biggest cost, is quickly eroding carriers’ profits and jeopardizing...

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