Vietjet, Ryanair sign deals with CEFA

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Vietjet has signed a deal with CEFA Aviation to enhance flight safety. The use of CEFA Flight Animation System (FAS) will strengthen the airline’s safety by creating animations of complex forms of recorded flight data, improving its interpretation for flight analysis purposes.

“Flight safety is the top of priority of Vietjet’s activities. Using CEFA Aviation software will enable Vietjet to bring flight data to life, better understand the dynamics of the flight and quickly provide clear interpretation of the flight parameters to enhance Vietjet’s flight safety,” said Vietjet Vice President To Viet Thang.

“CEFA Aviation is proud to have been selected by Vietjet. CEFA Flight Animation System uses flight data and turns it into meaningful information that everyone can easily understand and use. It instantly shows each moment of an aircraft’s flight and provides a clear, precise image of the complex elements of a chain of events that may occur during an incident or an accident – without compromise, assumption, or any incorrect interpretation. This is the reason why CEFA FAS has become the most widely used flight visualisation software in the world that enables to enhance the air safety,” said Dominique Mineo, CEO and Founder of CEFA Aviation.

Ryanair signs extension to deal with CEFA
Ryanair announced a five-year partnership extension with CEFA Aviation to provide cloud-based mobile service CEFA AMS (Aviation Mobile Services) for Ryanair’s pilot training programmes. Ryanair was the first airline in Europe to introduce this breakthrough pilot training innovation with the only app in the world allowing pilots to replay their flights on their tablet after landing and is pleased to agree a further 5-year extension.

Ryanair’s Director of Operations, Neal McMahon, said: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with CEFA Aviation, whose innovative software further improves our world-leading pilot training. Our pilots are very pleased with the addition of this new software tool which delivers constructive feedback to our crew after every flight and we are excited to extend our agreement with CEFA to continue to deliver the highest standard of training to our pilots.”

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