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Latest eJournal

Aircraft IT OPS Issue 51: Spring 2022

> CASE STUDY: A flight planning solution that works for Loganair
Owen Purday, Senior Flight Support Officer, Loganair
> CASE STUDY: Going paperless from the start at PLAY
Finnbogi Karl Bjarnason, Director Flight Operations, Operations at PLAY
> SURVEY: Aircraft IT 2022 Survey on Optimization Platforms and new IT Technologies
> Column: The world according to IT and me
Paul Saunders, Solutions Director, Vistair
> VENDOR FLIGHT LOGS: Lufthansa Systems, DextraData, and ASAP

Latest News

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    20 June 2022

    Scandinavian Avionics A/S

The Danish Armed Forces’ T-17 aircraft are being upgraded with new digital instruments

Since 1975, the Danish Armed Forces has used the SAAB T-17 Supporter aircraft for e.g. pilot training. Now is the time for a thorough update of the instrumentation of the aircraft -­ a task that Scandinavian Avionics has helped greatly along the way. The prototype, which has undergone an upgrade and subsequent test flight, was handed over yesterday at the Danish Air Show in Karup, Denmark

    15 June 2022

    Web Manuals

Web Manuals speeds up compliance operations with Aerofoil

Web Manuals, the world leader in digitalizing manuals for the aviation industry, is announcing a partnership with Canada’s leading compliance expert, Aerofoil, shortening the lead time to get Minimum Equipment Lists (MEL) approved for its customers.

    2 June 2022

    NAVBLUE, An Airbus Company

Kathmandu airport implements new RNP AR procedures designed by NAVBLUE, for enhanced efficiency and reduced risks in a challenging environment

The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has published an Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) amendment for the entry into service of new RNP AR approaches and departures developed by NAVBLUE for Tribhuvan International Airport (IATA: KTM, ICAO: VNKT), the main airport serving Kathmandu, surrounded by mountains with a very challenging operating environment.