Aero India 2019: Airbus picks up two new airlines for its Skywise platform

Romain Guillot in Dubai

2019/02/28 | 317 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
Aero India 2019: Airbus picks up two new airlines for its Skywise platform © Le Journal de l'Aviation – all rights reserved

Airbus took the opportunity provided by Aeroindia which was held last week in Bangalore to announce that two new airlines have just signed up to its Skywise platform. These are GoAir and SriLankan Airlines.

The two airlines will be adopting Skywise Core, which means that they will have access to Airbus's digital platform in exchange for sharing their data to be able to view and analyse all of their fleet's operational parameters. They will also be able to compare this data with the inform...(…)

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