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Japans Peach Aviation Using FlySmart with Airbus

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 9 July 2015

Peach Aviation pilots can now consult Airbus flight operational manuals on iPads.

The iPads can also compute the aircraft performance calculations which will provide the pilots with optimised results on any runway of their operational route network.

Shinichi Inoue, Representative Director and CEO of Peach Aviation, said, FlySmart with Airbus will allow us to realize optimised operations and to remove paper thus reducing associated costs. We consider this solution as a real asset for our future operations to further improve the quality of our service.

In addition, Peach Aviation will also benefit from the service of EFB Assessment and EFB Operational Approval Assistance called APPROVE4Flight and provided by Airbus Flight Operations Services Ltd.

This service is on-site support for the compliance dossier including an analysis of the existing organisation and processes, and the definition of Peach Aviation EFB implementation plan based on Airbus Flight Operations Services recommendations and best practices.

Didier Lux, Senior Vice President of Airbus Customer Services, said, We are delighted to welcome Peach Aviation as a new FlySmart with Airbus customer. We are confident that this agreement will open new perspectives in Japan to further expand the use of Airbus e-Solutions and the services provided by Airbus Flight Operations Services throughout the region.

Peach Aviation operates 15 A320 aircraft and will take delivery of 5 additional A320s starting in July 2015.

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