On October 24, 2018

[White paper] How to use big data analytics to improve fuel efficiency?

The spike in fuel prices, generally airlines’ biggest cost, is quickly eroding carriers’ profits and jeopardizing their development.

 

Using this limited resource smartly has become the main priority for all aircraft operators around the globe. That’s why most of them have already set up a fuel...

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On October 04, 2018

Norwegian announced an agreement with OpenAirlines to reduce fuel consumption across its fleet

PRESS RELEASE – October 4th  2018

 

The world’s fifth largest low-cost airline, Norwegian, selected OpenAirlines’ solution to save fuel and reduce carbon dioxide emissions for all its operations. Under the agreement, OpenAirlines will continuously analyze the data of 600 daily flights operated...

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On October 02, 2018

How to use big data and AI to improve your operations?

Why big data and AI can improve your operations?

 

Big data and Artificial Intelligence are nowadays at the heart of many industries revolutions, including the airline industry.

Airlines are data rich, though it has been difficult to turn this data into insights.

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On September 25, 2018

[White paper] Introduction to CORSIA

From 2019 onwards, airlines need to monitor their CO2 emissions for international flights.

 

Are you still feeling unclear about what CORSIA is and how you should prepare? Time to get more familiar with it, download our white paper: 

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On September 12, 2018

What you need to know about Continuous Descent Approach

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.

In this first article, let’s focus...

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On August 23, 2018

How to reduce pilot extra fuel without compromising safety?

What is Pilot Extra Fuel?

The amount of fuel needed for a flight is calculated by the dispatch taking into account the aircraft performance, planned route, weather conditions and all legal reserves for contingency, holding, alternate, etc.

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On July 31, 2018

How much fuel per passenger an aircraft is consuming?

Nowadays the fuel consumption is usually around 3 to 4 liters per passenger per 100 kilometers, which makes fuel the #1 cost for an airline (representing around 30% of total costs). As a result, how much fuel per passenger an aircraft is consuming is one of the most important issues in the...

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On July 17, 2018

OpenDay - SkyBreathe User Conference 2018

We are thrilled to announce that the SkyBreathe® Community will meet up during our third annual User Conference, which will be held from 15th to 17th October 2018 in the beautiful city of Dubai!

 

This annual event is a unique opportunity to connect with over 40 aviation professionals of 30+...

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On July 12, 2018

Malaysia Airlines implements SkyBreathe® to reduce its carbon emissions and improve fuel savings

Malaysia Airlines, the country's national carrier, announced the successful implementation of SkyBreathe® Fuel Efficiency, an advanced system to reduce fuel costs and CO2 emissions of their fleet.

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On July 10, 2018

Case study: Fuel management at Ukraine International Airlines

Andriy Kostyuk, Technical Pilot E-190 and Sergey Zviryanskiy, Manager Flight Operations Engineering, introduce the fuel preservation program at UIA - you can better manage what you know.

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