Singapore, 26 September 2023 – Indonesian carriers - Lion Air and Batik Air under the Lion Air group, as well as Super Air Jet - have recently trusted Airbus’ digital solutions to achieve efficiency in their maintenance and flight operations.
These carriers have already adopted the Airbus Skywise Health Monitoring (SHM) solution as its fleet performance tool, as well as the NAVBLUE N-Flight Planning (N-FP). In total, the various contracts will cover up to 110 aircraft, comprising the A320 and A330 Family.
Harnessing cloud and big data technology of the Skywise aviation data platform, SHM collates and centralises the aircraft alerts in real time, flight-deck effects, maintenance messages etc., prioritises and correlates them with the relevant troubleshooting procedures, highlights operational impacts, and provides the maintenance history of the system, allowing effective management of the aircraft events. Overall, SHM saves airlines time and decreases the cost of unscheduled maintenance thanks to data-driven decisions.
In addition, Lion Air, Batik Air, as well as Super Air Jet continue to rely on NAVBLUE for various aviation services, including navigation charts, Flight Management System (FMS) navigation databases, and the aircraft performance calculator tool (Flysmart+).
For these airlines, this service scope has now been expanded to encompass N-Flight Planning (N-FP) - a robust solution that generates optimised flight plans, while offering seamless integrations with third-party systems. Its event-driven automation and alerting featuresenhance productivity and enable a manage-by-exception approach.
“We are pleased that Lion Air, Batik Air and Super Air Jet have adopted SHM and NAVBLUE N-Flight Planning (N-FP) to improve fleet efficiency and health monitoring. These contracts are testament to the rebounding Indonesian aviation market, which has also shown full confidence in Airbus’ digital solutions. We look forward to supporting our customers in Indonesia as they continue their growth trajectories” said Anand Stanley, President Airbus Asia-Pacific.
Communications - Airbus Asia-Pacific
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