Avinor, the wholly-owned state limited company under the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications, selected NAVBLUE';s RunwaySense to improve the runway condition reporting of 15 airports in Norway.
NAVBLUE, an Airbus company, and the University of Waterloo’s Institute for Sustainable Aeronautics (WISA) in Canada have partnered to address some of the industry’s most complex sustainability challenges through applied research and innovation.
The airport company Finavia has just signed a deal with NAVBLUE, becoming the first airport company to adopt RunwaySense, NAVBLUE’s collaborative web-based platform for runway condition reporting activities.
NAVBLUE, the Airbus subsidiary dedicated to Flight Operations and Air Traffic Management Solutions, has just consolidated its cooperation with the French Civil Aviation University (ENAC), acknowledged as one of the major training organisations in the aeronautics and air transport field in Europe, by signing a partnership agreement in view of developing innovative solutions for air transport operations and services.
We combine aircraft manufacturer expertise, flight operations know-how and agile development to enhance operational efficiency, optimize resources and increase productivity for safe and sustainable aviation.
Air traffic doubles every 15 years raising challenges to safety, reliability and the sustainability of aviation itself. To support these challenges Airbus created NAVBLUE, the new generation of digital Flight Operations and Air Traffic Management solutions. Offering user centric innovative products as well as major improvements for navigation, it leads to savings and enhanced operations.