Jeppesen, a unit of Boeing Flight Services, recently agreed to a five-year charting navigation and flight planning service renewal contract with long-standing customer Orenburg Airlines, a leading commercial carrier of Russia. Jeppesen solutions provided in the agreement include tailored Jeppesen Airway Manual digital charting services, including e-Link Online and e-Link for Windows. The agreement also includes Jeppesen’s “Jetplanner” flight planning services, NavData navigational information services and OpsData aircraft performance analysis to maximize operational efficiency for the airline.
Jeppesen’s industry-transforming services help Orenburg Airlines continue its progression from using paper to integrating digital navigation and flight information in its operations. Jeppesen will deliver tailored digital charting services for the Russian carrier, which includes access to Web-based e-Link tailored charting, presented in a Windows operating environment.
“Jeppesen’s digital navigation and flight planning solutions work to increase operational efficiency and reduce pilot workload, as we scale back dependency on paper-based solutions,” said Alexander Blynskiy, director, Flight Operations Center, Orenburg Airlines. “The integration of Jeppesen digital services allows us to operate more efficiently, which reduces costs and provides assurance of the most accurate and timely flight information delivery.”
Jeppesen OpsData services included in the agreement provide Orenburg Airlines with on-demand aircraft performance analysis to enhance efficiency. OpsData services also integrate the most complete obstacle database for airports worldwide. Jeppesen’s industry-leading flight planning services provided through the commercial aviation Jetplanner solution display optimized routing options and preferred routes set by the airline, to reduce workload.
“Airlines are seeking new and improved methods to reduce costs and streamline operations. With Jeppesen’s industry-leading digital charting and flight planning information in hand, Orenburg Airlines is prepared to meet the demands of a tough commercial aviation business climate,” said Thomas Wede, Jeppesen senior vice president and general manager, Aviation. “Intelligent digital information solutions from Jeppesen helps Orenburg Airlines operate more efficiently by moving toward a paperless flight environment.”
Orenburg Airlines, also known as Orenair, was founded in 1932 and operates an aircraft fleet featuring Boeing 737-400, 500 and 800 and several Tupolev and Antonov models. The airline operates scheduled domestic and international passenger and cargo service from its hubs in Orenburg and Orsk in Russia. For more English-language information about Orenburg Airlines, please visit www.orenair.ru/?eng=1.
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For more than 75 years Jeppesen has made it possible for pilots and their passengers to safely and efficiently reach their destinations. Today this pioneering spirit continues as Jeppesen delivers transformational information and optimization solutions to improve the efficiency of air, sea and rail operations around the globe. Jeppesen is a subsidiary of The Boeing Company. Jeppesen corporate information is available online at www.jeppesen.com.