Europe's No. 1 airline becomes a new client of the only app in the world allowing pilots to replay their flights on their tablet right after landing: CEFA AMS. - Ryanair becomes the 1st airline in Europe to introduce the breakthrough innovation developed by CEFA Aviation - The low cost carrier operating 142 M passengers per year will implement the cloud-based service CEFA AMS (Aviation Mobile Services) among some hundreds of pilots - The airline sets “high hopes” to enhance pilot training efficiency thanks to CEFA AMS
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The number one goal of the renowned Kazakhstan’s airline is to implement the highest safety standards. Now it is using the premium software CEFA FAS. With more than 80 users, including numerous flag carriers, CEFA FAS is a proven tool to enhance flight safety. Animating flight data allows to understand better and quicker causes of flight incidents but also, for airlines’ safety departments, to better communicate to pilots and to the management.
The American cargo airline, headquartered in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan, operates international scheduled and ad-hoc cargo charter services for customers in the United States and around the world. To animate the data from the flight data recorders placed in the airline’s all-freighter fleet of 24 B747-400's and 5 B767-300ER' & constantly strengthen flight safety, the software CEFA FAS (Flight Animation System) made the difference.
CEFA FAS (Flight Animation System) is a software that recreates flights based on the data coming from the aircraft flight recorders, reproducing a view of the cockpit, the aircraft and its environment in 3D – among other features. It is already used by the safety and training departments of 80+ airlines and aircraft accident investigation offices on the five continents. Now the safety department of the Mexican flagship air carrier, Aeromexico, chose to place its trust in CEFA Aviation to enhance its flight analysis.