New Delhi: AVIOBOOK has passed a huge milestone in its growth and development, reaching over 2,600 tails using AVIOBOOK’s suite of applications, the Thales Group company said.
Despite difficult economic conditions in the aviation industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, AVIOBOOK has proved that its robust and reliable suite of applications can bring concrete business benefits to airlines around the world. The company is thus positioning itself as the practical solution for EFB software that will support airlines in the post-pandemic recovery, Thales Group added.
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“In India, low-cost carrier IndiGo has chosen AVIOBOOK for its fleet of over 270 aircraft to support its operations as the largest airline in the country by market share. And two members of the Indigo Partners Group, JetSMART in South America and Lynx Air in Canada, saw in AVIOBOOK a strong partner to help accompany their rapid growth plans,” the company announced.
The AVIOBOOK is a user-friendly Electronic Flight Bag software solution. It is not just an EFB, but a comprehensive aircraft operations suite designed for use across a variety of platforms, online and offline, including desktop and laptop computers, tablets, iPads and cockpit-installed units, according to Thales.
“Built on a decade of experience, AVIOBOOK is a proven solution that differentiates itself through its deep back-office integration and extensive user-driven functionalities. AVIOBOOK’s experience in the development of adaptable and flexible solutions, with previous implementations at 60+ airlines around the world, has been key to ensuring the success of these projects. AVIOBOOK is proud to welcome IndiGo, JetSMART and Lynx Air to the AVIOBOOK community,” it said.
“AVIOBOOK has strengthened its position as leader of the Electronic Flight Folder market with a record-breaking 3 contracts signed in fall 2021,” the Thales Group said.
AVIOBOOK was acquired by the Thales Group company in 2016. AVIOBOOK now represents the industry leading Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) solution used by 60+ airlines around the world.