Flight Ops IT Programme

The 2023 FLIGHT OPS IT Programme will be available by September 2022. However see below a sample sessions from the 2021 programme.

Data – standardisation, management and analysis An airline’s ability to ingest and analyse flight data efficiently, then filter effectively to pilots via a suite of EFB applications is complex but of key importance. Interfacing different applications to communicate and process data is one aspect, while assimilating various data standards, codes and formats from a mixed fleet of aircraft is another. Learn from the experiences of airlines, OEMs and software providers.

Additional Operational Drivers

When one considers Flight Ops IT, the EFB is a leading factor. Yet there is a wealth of additional benefits on offer other than fuel savings and efficient route planning; process efficiencies and greater operational reliability are recognised here. To define these wider operational drivers, real-time data, weather ‘nowcasts’, and ground handling / line maintenance efficiencies are explored, combined with an appreciation of Flight Ops IT in the overall enhancement of Flight Safety

When one considers Flight Ops IT, the EFB is a leading factor. Yet there is a wealth of additional benefits on offer other than fuel savings and efficient route planning process efficiencies and greater operational realiability are recognised here.

To define these wider operational drivers, real-time data, weather ‘nowcasts’, are ground handling/line maintenance efficiencies are explored, combined with an appreciation of Flight Ops IT in the overall enhancement of Flight Safety.

Challenges For Avionics in The Environment.

The aviation industry has been in the spotlight for its adverse impact on the environment, yet huge strides have been made to reduce the environmental impact of aircraft. The Coronavirus Pandemic has shone a bigger spotlight on the sector to be more ‘green’, with much government financial support linked to environmental change. What are technical capabilities for environmental challenges, how do we decrease emissions and what is the CO2 limitation challenge? What is impact of given technology of environment (at different stages of flight) and what realistic role can can electrical power play?

When one considers Flight Ops IT, the EFB is a leading factor. Yet there is a wealth of additional benefits on offer other than fuel savings and efficient route planning process efficiencies and greater operational realiability are recognised here.

To define these wider operational drivers, real-time data, weather ‘nowcasts’, are ground handling/line maintenance efficiencies are explored, combined with an appreciation of Flight Ops IT in the overall enhancement of Flight Safety.