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Acquires C-Map, the leading provider of digital marine cartography and data services, and integrates the company into Jeppesen's marine division.
Published: 01 Jan 2007
Acquires Carmen Systems, the leading provider of scheduling, optimization and logistics solutions.
Published: 01 Jan 2006
Launches marine division. Introduces NavSuite, the industry's first integrated desktop flight planning and navigation software suite.
Published: 01 Jan 2005
Jeppesen celebrates its 70th anniversary. Implements color print-on-demand technology, allowing greater flexibility to produce and distribute Airway Manual® charts. Introduces JeppView® updates via the Internet.
Published: 01 Jan 2004
First commercial organization certified by the FAA as a Qualified Internet Communications Provider (QICP). Unveils Global Support and Control Center.
Published: 01 Jan 2003
Jeppesen introduces Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) software and applications. Launches e-Link Internet chart delivery.
Published: 01 Jan 2002
Russia office opens. Introduces OPSControl, an integrated suite of flight operations management applications which enhance operational efficiency and flexibility.
Published: 01 Jan 2001
Acquires Nobeltec, the leading developer of marine navigation software and charting services for the recreational mariner.
October 4, 2000: Boeing acquires Jeppesen, becoming a strategic subsidiary of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
Published: 01 Jan 2000
Acquires ASAC, the premier provider of airspace design, utilization and FAA compliance analysis services.
Published: 01 Jan 1999
Introduces Skybound Datawriter, enabling Internet delivery of NavData services.
Published: 01 Jan 1998
Introduces the Guided Flight Discovery Pilot Training System to the aviation community.
Published: 01 Jan 1997
China office opens. Jeppesen acquires MentorPlus, adding enhanced aviation training, moving map technologies and PC-based flight planning. JeppView® electronic Airway Manual® CD-ROM introduced.
Published: 01 Jan 1996
Jeppesen introduces Maintenance Information Services (JMIS) and multicolor enroute and area charts. Company continues to grow and expand resources through the following acquisitions:
-TannGuide, which becomes JeppGuide® -- provides pilots with supplemental airport information
-APU, which becomes part of Jeppesen OpsData®
-IAP (International Aviation Publishers) maintenance training materails
Published: 01 Jan 1990
-Bottlang Airfield Manual -- VFR approach charts and airfields for Europe
-Icarus, which becomes OpsData -- data analysis reports to optimize customer operational capability and safety
-Lockheed DataPlan -- flight planning, trip planning and weather services operations in California and the United Kingdom
Published: 01 Jan 1980
The first commercial airliner uses Jeppesen's electronic NavData services in flight.
Published: 01 Jan 1973
Times Mirror acquires Jeppesen and later merges the company with Sanderson Films.
Published: 01 Jan 1960
Jeppesen expands operations to Frankfurt, Germany. This pivotal office provides services to Eastern Hemisphere customers, while Denver continues to serve the Western Hemisphere--making it possible to provide flight information worldwide.
Published: 01 Jan 1957
Jeppesen and the FAA collaborate to introduce Standard Instrument Approach Procedures, which contribute to greater aviation safety nationwide, and establish the National Flight Data Center.
Published: 01 Jan 1947
Capt. Jeppesen moves the company to Denver and expands services to include flight information publications for the U.S. Navy as well as customers providing commercial air transportation.
Published: 01 Jan 1941
Captain E. B. Jeppesen designs and produces the first instrument flying charts in his basement workshop in Salt Lake City, Utah. The charts depict routes using new radio aids and flight patterns.
Published: 01 Jan 1934
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