Safran has acquired a stake in Safety Line, a start-up company developing safety, fuel economy and environmental solutions for airlines and airports.
Weather as a component in efficiency
“A lot is spoken and written about electronic flight bags (EFBs), connectivity, fuel efficiency and flight optimization. In this article, I want to look at tying all that together, plus looking into weather data and how connectivity can help drill down into that information.
Paris-based aeronautical data specialist Safety Line believes its OptiClimb flight-planning software can cut aircraft fuel consumption during the climb phase by up to 10%.
by Sean Broderick – June 18,2017
Safety Line, which helps airlines save fuel by using historical flight data to deliver optimal, aircraft-specific climb profiles before departure, is developing a real-time service for entire flights, company executives told AIN.
Safety Line regularly takes part in conferences organized by the Airport Council International, such as the ALFA-ACI congress in La Martinique in December. As an associate member of the association, Safety Line will have the opportunity to
Panasonic Avionics and Safety Line exhibited together at the Aircraft Interior Expo in Hamburg in April 2017 and Jeff Rex, Director Engineering & Business Development at Panasonic presented the partnership at the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Ops IT Conference in Miami in March 2017.
Today, 14 airlines – in 5 continents – are experimenting OptiClimb, Safety Line’s fuel saving solution which allows to reduce fuel consumption up to 10% during climb.