[Avionics Today June 13, 2014] Jeppesen's FliteDeck Pro mobile Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) chart rending application has been approved for use by Denmark-based regional airline, Danish Air Transport. The Danish Transport Authority issued regulatory authorization for Danish Air Transport to begin using the FliteDeck Pro for Windows as its EFB platform.
Screenshot of Windows 8 version of Jeppesen Mobile Flight Deck Pro. Photo, courtesy of Jeppesen.
The regional carrier will begin using both installed and mobile versions of the FliteDeck Pro across its fleet of Airbus A320s, ATR 42s and 72s and Saab 340As, among others. Danish Air Transport pilots use a primary data display provided by Navaero and Panasonic tablets integrated with the AvioBook EFB suite application.
The airline accesses supplemental data with iPads. Danish Air Transport and Jeppesen have a three-year charting and EFB service contract designed to eliminate the use of paper-based flight information materials and integrate the FliteDeck Pro solution across its fleet.
“Jeppesen FliteDeck Pro works seamlessly across multiple EFB delivery platforms fleet-wide to maximize operational efficiency. We look forward to continuing efforts with Danish Air Transport as they proceed with their digital transformation," said Tim Huegel, director of Jeppesen Aviation Portfolio Management.