New Functionalities of our Aircraft Performance Monitoring Software!

To answer airlines’ needs we have just released the newest version of tail-specific Aircraft Performance Monitoring software!
From now on, airlines can benefit from new modules:

  1. Aircraft comparison
  2. Distribution of thrust reduction per aircraft
  3. Monitoring climb thrust reduction


Aircraft comparison


The new section allows comparing over 30 airframe and engine parameters between any aircraft in the fleet. With this method, the airline can easily find any unusual behaviors and find out the root cause of aircraft deterioration.


Distribution of thrust reduction per aircraft


Another improvement is the functionality responsible for the distribution of thrust reduction per aircraft. The chart below gives us an answer to the question of how many flights were performed with particular take-off thrust reduction.
It allows seeing what percentage of thrust reductions are most often used by pilots for a given aircraft. Thanks to that, the airline can verify the take-off thrust reduction configuration of each aircraft, and check where the greatest losses come from and which generates the highest cost of servicing the engines.


Figure 1: Distribution of thrust reduction


Monitoring climb thrust reduction


Thanks to that airlines increase engine life and lower maintenance costs by making sure that proper settings are applied. The module allows for independent monitoring of Climb Derate and Taper / Washout settings.

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