Jet Airways Becomes Honeywell GoDirect Fuel Efficient Customer

By Staff Writer | February 17, 2017
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India’s Jet Airways has elected to use Honeywell’s GoDirect Fuel Efficient software, Honeywell says. The airline will now have access to a full range of data analysis, reporting and monitoring tools to assist with fuel conservation.

The software can:

  • Collect data automatically from the various IT systems of an airline
  • Check and improve the quality of the data
  • Provide sophisticated analysis tools to identify fuel savings potential
  • Provide tools to monitor the progress of the fuel efficiency improvement program
  • Communicate the results to stakeholders

Honeywell’s 2015 acquisition of Aviaso expanded its capabilities regarding fuel efficiency and emissions management. The Switzerland-based company has also helped Honeywell increase its presence in Europe.

Jet Airways has a fleet of 113 aircraft, including those that have been wet or dry leased to other airlines. The fleet is comprised of the Airbus 330-300; the ATR 72-500 and 72-600; and the Boeing 737-700, 737-800, 737-900, 737-900ER and 777-300ER.

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