The agreements cover AerData’s Engine Fleet Planning and Costing (EFPAC) system for managing leased and owned engines as well as Jeppesen’s crew scheduling solutions. Each software product drives operational efficiency through analytics methods and tools powered by Boeing AnalytX.
“Today’s orders demonstrate Russian carriers’ continued investment and progress in transforming their operations with advanced digital and analytics solutions,” said Ken Sain, vice president, Digital Aviation and Analytics, Boeing Global Services. “These agreements add to our longstanding presence in Russia and provide value for airline customers who will optimize engine lifecycle costs and manage crew needs.”
Agreements announced include:
7 Technics will use the EFPAC planning tool to plan and forecast engine maintenance budgeting as well as leased engine spares.
Pobeda signed an agreement for Jeppesen Crew Pairing and Crew Rostering, both of which optimize crew planning to maximize productivity, safety and stability. Crew Rostering integrates seamlessly with Crew Pairing, allowing airlines to support several rostering models for different crew groups and providing one integrated platform for the evaluation and implementation of future operational scenarios.
Utair, a Tyumen-based air carrier, selected Jeppesen Crew Pairing and the Boeing Alertness Model to improve crew planning capabilities. Crew Pairing enables airlines to optimize monthly production planning and forecast pairings, while the Boeing Alertness Model scientifically predicts crew alertness, enhancing visibility into crew fatigue and mitigating risk in the crew management process.