Bytron announces new partnership with Jeppesen
By Shane Spencer | 6th April 2017
A new partnership agreement between global Boeing company Jeppesen and our trading division Bytron Aviation Systems will maximise operational efficiency not only for airlines but also business aviation and military aviation operators.
The companies will work closely together, providing a complete crew-briefing and flight dispatch solution – offering Jeppesen flight planning data through the Bytron skybook software system.
“We’re pleased to team with Jeppesen to expand skybook’s market reach and at the same time improve crew briefings and monitoring solutions delivered to Jeppesen’s global customer base,” said Shane Spencer, Managing Director, Bytron. “Our customer support and training teams will work closely together with Jeppesen’s to deliver a flawless, amalgamated experience to the operators.”
skybook efficiently manages operations within airlines and being available on any internet-enabled devices it runs automated updates so airlines have the most up-to-date information, available anywhere and at any time.
The skybook system provides simple sections of pre-flight information for crews, from which a targeted route briefing is devised. This briefing is easily identifiable for, and relevant to, those that need it when they need it.
Simon Clayton, Technical Director, Bytron said: “The fact skybook is completely digital removes the need for commonly-used, paper-based flight briefing materials – enhancing overall operational efficiency and being good for the environment.”
skybook is a tried and tested airline software solution that has been established since 1984. This passion for aviation software has stayed with Bytron over the years as it’s seen the advances in technology and within the aviation industry, in turn growing its knowledge and software offering.
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