Air Astana Chooses StorkJet to Monitor Precisely Aircraft Performance


Air Astana decided to improve the Aircraft Performance Monitoring process for their fleet. With AdvancedAPM, the airline will plan more accurately fuel for the flight, optimize descent with Idle Factor, and easily diagnose airframe or engine-related problems.

Air Astana is based in Kazakhstan, Almaty. It operates scheduled, domestic and international services on 64 routes from its main hub, Almaty International Airport, and also from its secondary hub, Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport. Air Astana was founded in January 2006 and has been constantly developing since then, increasing the number of passengers served every year from 1.5m to 5.1m customers per year. It supports many domestic connections as well as international flights to Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

With tail-specific performance models, based on QAR data and powered by Artificial Intelligence Air Astana can monitor the performance of each aircraft even for each day. Also, with over 80 engine and airframe diagnostic charts, they will be able to easily find the root cause of performance degradation. Everything in an easy and fully automatic way.

Nowadays, it’s becoming more and more crucial to implement fuel efficiency procedures in airlines. The number of flights is constantly growing and by now aviation industry is responsible for 3% of global CO2 emissions.

Responsible airlines such as Air Astana take part in creating this positive fuel efficiency eco-system.

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