Client feedback helps to enhance our charts
By James | 13th July 2017
Imagine being able to automatically generate weather data gathered from the most accurate sources, including the MET Office and NOAA, and then choosing how you want this to be displayed in your briefing packs, making it as easy as possible for dispatchers and aircrews to digest the information before each flight.
Our latest skybook update allows you to do just that thanks to our enhanced weather charts.
Users can now choose to display detailed weather charts showing both the route plot and weather information for each individual flight or alternatively, can opt to display the charts minus the route plot, showing just the weather data for the sectors being flown.
The comprehensive charts are available as part of our dispatch and briefing modules, with all information being tailored to the needs of each operator and accessible from any mobile enabled device, removing or at least reducing the need for printed versions and potentially reducing pack sizes through smarter briefing.
Feedback from our clients helped us determine the need for the added functionality, which can be easily switched on or off at the touch of a button.
2017 has already been a busy year for us but the pace of development isn’t going to ease off any time soon as we continue to enhance skybook and prepare for further new releases.
Our skybook ethos has always been to enhance efficiency and accuracy throughout the dispatch, briefing and journey logging process for airlines and operators and this hasn’t changed as we continue to make skybook our most complete solution to date.
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Our revised charts are an integral part of the Flight Briefing module, allowing crews to obtain a full briefing pack that has been accredited by numerous airlines, CAA's and passed IOSA audits. Each pack is tailored to the route being flown with only relevant information being presented to the crew saving time and in some instances reducing pack sizes.