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Aviation News Airbus adds new customers to Skywise

Airbus adds new customers to Skywise

Romain Guillot in Singapore
14 FEB 2018 | 170 words
Airbus adds new customers to Skywise
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The fly-by-data revolution is underway. Laurent Martinez, Head of Airbus Services, announced in Singapore that new airlines have joined Skywise, its open data platform.

These are AirAsia, Asiana Airlines and Etihad, all of which have decided to use Skywise premium service, Skywise Predictive Maintenance Services. This solution will in particular make it possible to anticipate failures and improve the reliability of the fleet. The three airlines will also have access to Skywise Core, a cloud-based platform offering unparalleled visibility into their fleet operations.

Laurent Martinez also revealed that Bangkok Airways, LATAM and WOW Air have also joined Skywise and will be able to access Skywise Core but under a "shared value" arrangement. In other words, these three companies will be able to use the services of Skywise Core for free in exchange for the sharing of operational data of their Airbus fleets.

By also counting Peach, easyJet and Emirates who were already announced, nine operators will now be using Skywise, with over 1000 aircraft connected.
Romain Guillot
Chief editor
Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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