GE Aerospace partners with Air India on flight ops software

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MRO DubaiGE Aerospace announced a flight operations software contract with Air India, India’s leading global airline. This strategic collaboration marks a significant milestone as Air India becomes the first enterprise in India to adopt GE’s FlightPulse pilot app together with Safety and Fuel Insight for its entire group.

With Safety Insight, Air India will have access to advanced analytics and real-time data monitoring to enhance safety measures and ensure optimal performance across its fleet. Fuel Insight will provide the enterprise with comprehensive fuel efficiency solutions, enabling the group to optimize journeys for more efficient fuel management. The FlightPulse pilot app and its embedded Animation Module will drive engagement with more than 5,000 of Air India’s flight crew by providing them with insights from personalised flight data, helping make informed operational decisions and taking an active role in driving Air India’s flight safety, training, and sustainability initiatives.

“Air India group airlines are thrilled to collaborate with GE Aerospace and integrate their innovative solutions into our operations”, said Klaus Goersch, Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer, Air India. “The future looks bright as we work hand in hand to shape the future of Air India and set new standards for excellence and efficiency.”

“We are elated to embark on this journey with Air India, a true trailblazer in the aviation industry,” said Andrew Coleman, General Manager, GE Aerospace, Software. “This partnership signifies a shared commitment to innovation, safety, and operational excellence.”

As a digitally-led global airline under the Tata Group and Singapore Airlines, Air India is poised to drive substantial changes in its operational landscape. GE Aerospace’s software solutions will further enable the enterprise to cement best practices in flight safety and transform its fuel efficiency program across all flight operations.

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