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Aviation News Aero India 2019: Airbus picks up two new airlines for its Skywise platform

Aero India 2019: Airbus picks up two new airlines for its Skywise platform

Romain Guillot in Dubai
28 FEB 2019 | 345 words
Aero India 2019: Airbus picks up two new airlines for its Skywise platform
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Airbus took the opportunity provided by Aeroindia which was held last week in Bangalore to announce that two new airlines have just signed up to its Skywise platform. These are GoAir and SriLankan Airlines.

The two airlines will be adopting Skywise Core, which means that they will have access to Airbus's digital platform in exchange for sharing their data to be able to view and analyse all of their fleet's operational parameters. They will also be able to compare this data with the information provided by other operators. Skywise Core will therefore enable them to improve their operations by accessing the aircraft manufacturer's expertise, along with the the data pool supplied by thousands of planes.

"We are delighted to see GoAir and SriLankan Airlines join the growing number of airlines connected to Skywise. This makes us even more confident in our ability to bring more value to the industry through data sharing ", said Marc Fontaine, Airbus Digital Transformation Officer.

For the low cost airline GoAir, which becomes the first Skywise user in India, the platform will enable it to reduce operational interruptions and maximise aircraft utilisation and flight operations. GoAir currently operates with around fifty A320/320neos. It is due to take delivery of over one hundred A320neos over the next few years.

For its part, SriLankan Airlines will be using Skywise to anticipate maintenance tasks on its A320 and A330 aircraft by monitoring and analysing its fleet's operations and performances. Sri Lanka's national airline currently operates with 27 aircraft produced by Airbus. It started renewing its fleet with leased A320neo/321neos two years ago.

Remember that the Skywise platform is also available with more advanced offers such as Skywise Reliability Services (reliability improvement solutions) and Skywise Predictive Maintenance (predictive algorithms). Airbus is targeting 10 000 connected aircraft from around a hundred customer airlines by the end of the year.


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Romain Guillot
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Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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