Jeppesen and LOT Polish Airlines have signed a service agreement for charting and navigation services, Jeppeson says. Over five years, the Boeing company is to provide digital charting for LOT's electronic flight bag (EFB) platform.
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The agreement covers LOT's continued use, as well as the incorporation of Jeppesen FliteDeck Pro on Windows tablets. FliteDeck Pro eliminates operational paper content, improving fuel consumption based on weight reduction. Also reduced is pilot workload, thanks to the automated process. The pilot can also set his or her display preferences for real-time, data-driven flight information throughout flight. Jeppesen's 28-day revision cycle has flight information analysts edit and verify approximately 150,000 database transactions generated from worldwide aviation data source documents to ensure accuracy.
LOT flies almost 5 million passengers each year to more than 60 destinations. It operates a fleet of 65, comprising Boeing, Embraer and Bombardier aircraft. Both LOT and Jeppesen have eight decades of experience.