SkyLiberty is a new service based on a software product, which aims to improve the preparation and the performance of flight navigations. It offers a full set of new concepts and services for pilots and aircraft operators. The objectives of SkyLiberty are to develop, qualify and validate an end-to-end service centred around an aeronautical software application with a focus on flight safety and reduction of fuel consumption.
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The preparation of a flight navigation is often quite long and difficult for pilots who have to find out all relevant information in order to perform a safe and efficient flight. The various information required to prepare and select the best flight route includes airspace status and activation, meteorological context, topography to name a few. Pilots will then confront these data to their type of license, experience and qualifications. Obviously, such a work is of course more complicated for low experienced private pilots than for confirmed professional pilots. Pilots therefore need:
- An intuitive and easy but reliable access to navigation (aeronautical, geographical, meteorological and aeronautical regulations) data.
- A system compliant with all national authorities associate to airspaces where pilot may have to fly
- A real-time solution provided at an acceptable cost
To respond to this needs, ESNAH creates SkyLiberty.
SkyLiberty relies on 2 main components: the SkyLiberty software and an electronic device named SkyLink. The application offers different services:
For pilots, to support the end-to-end management of flights:
Flight preparation: managt of flight license and medical certificate validity, visualisation of Aeronautical Pub., weather, aircraft status, flight plan.
Flight execution: navigation, weather, real-time aeronautical info, fuel flow.
After the flight: logbook, aircraft flight book, aircraft statistical data, payment.
For aircraft operators: ESNAH provides a complete tool for aircraft fleet management and flight data analyses. The service offer operators they possibility to anticipate maintenance and share important information concerning aircraft status and operability among pilots.