Fleet management software FirstFlight™
statistical analysisflight planningfor airport

fleet management software
fleet management software
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Characteristics

Function
fleet management, statistical analysis, flight planning
Applications
for airport
Other characteristics
real-time

Description

FirstFlight has been developed with feedback from pilot focus groups on both functionality and navigation. Now utilised in 60 airports – over 500 pilots use FirstFlight – on 300 flights a day. As well as planning efficiencies, FirstFlight enables offline recording of fuel usage at all waypoints during the flight, which helps to highlight excessive fuel usage and provides post-flight data for statistical analysis and further optimisations. FirstFlight brings together the most commonly used planning and resource tools, including: Fuel Planning, Weather, Radar, NOTAMs (with sorting functionality), Flight Information, Rostering & Duties and Fuel and Flight Summaries. BUSINESS BENEFITS - Fully mobile solution for centralised fuel planning - Integrates fuel planning with rostering, FIDS, weather and radar - Weather information is aligned with individual flights - Offline mode allows full access to detailed information and weather maps - In-flight logging of fuel usage at individual waypoints including take-off and departure OPERATIONAL BENEFITS - Fuel benefits realised with more accurate planning - Pilots can plan fuel whilst mobile, reduces time spent in the crew room - Fully integrates with third party Flight Planning systems - In-flight warnings when fuel usage is excessive - Post flight fuel usage data available for analysis of trends and patterns to help improve on efficiencies

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