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1. Condor to Deploy eWAS Pilot and eWAS Dispatch
Condor, a German leisure airline, has signed an agreement with SITA to deploy eWAS Pilot and eWAS Dispatch applications.
2. AeroLogic Implements SITA eWAS Pilot Weather Monitoring Solution
AeroLogic has become the first European cargo airline to implement the SITA eWAS Pilot weather monitoring solution, minimizing the associated cost of weather-related flight disruption. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 11 February 2021.
3. Etihad Installs SITAOnAirs EFB Weather Awareness Solution on 100+ Aircraft
Etihad Airways has deployed SITAOnAirs EFB Weather Awareness Solution, eWAS, across more than 100 aircraft. SITAOnAirs eWAS, developed in partnership with GTD, is a cloud-hosted application that allows pilots to study areas of turbulence along their flight paths, preparing them for alternative routing well in advance.
4. SITAOnAirs EFB Weather Awareness Solution Certified by Inmarsat
SITAOnAirs EFB Weather Awareness Solution (eWAS) is the latest application certified by Inmarsat for use across its next-generation SwiftBroadband-Safety (SB-S) communications platform for the flight deck, allowing airlines to now receive the latest weather view in real-time during flights.
5. SITAOnAir Acquires GTD Air Services
SITAOnAir has acquired GTD Air Services, the aviation branch of Spanish software provider GTD System & Software Engineering. Having successfully partnered with GTD Air Services to develop the eWAS portfolio, an electronic weather situational awareness mobile application currently in use by 50,000 pilots worldwide, GTD Air Services will help SITAOnAir develop the next phase of its a
6. Asia Pacific Airlines Hardest Hit by COVID19 Crisis
IATA has reported that airlines in the Asia Pacific region will be the hardest hit by the COVID19 crisis, with losses expected to be $29 billion for 2020. That is more than a third of the $84.3 billion industry losses globally.
7. Thai AirAsia to Launch Two New Routes from Hua Hin
Thai AirAsia has confirmed plans to launch two new routes from the popular resort town of Hua Hin. The airline will launch twice weekly flights from Hua Hin to both Chiang Mai and Udon Thani on 7 August 2020.
8. Four Seasons Reopens Global Flagship Hotel
Four Seasons has reopened its global flagship hotel. The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto opened its doors on Friday, bringing its award-winning service back to the Yorkville neighbourhood of the city.

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