ExecuJet Unveils iPad App For Jet Owners

EBACE Convention News » 2013
May 20, 2013, 4:15 AM

Zurich-based aviation services provider ExecuJet Europe has launched an iPad app for its aircraft management customers and is demonstrating it to EBACE visitors at Booth 851. The app, called myExecuJet, enables customers to locate their aircraft and access information such as fuel consumption, schedules and crew.

Aircraft appear on a world map in real time, and the app will also show routes, aircraft usage statistics, weather forecasts, flight schedules and maintenance events for past and future dates. Capable of displaying up to one year’s worth of retrospective data, more functions, including the ability to view monthly itemized expenses and invoices, will be added to the app later this year, according to ExecuJet.

“Our new customer app again takes our service to a new industry level,” said Gerrit Basson, managing director of ExecuJet Europe and COO of ExecuJet Aviation Group. “By using our advanced operating system FlightForce, the myExecuJet app offers a very high level of functionality to our clients that no other company is doing to date and provides an excellent overview of aircraft operations.”

ExecuJet parent company Executive Aviation Group, which manages more than 150 business jets worldwide as well as offering aircraft sales and other aviation services, has three aircraft available for purchase on the EBACE static display: an Airbus A320 with a VVIP interior, a Bombardier Challenger 605 and a Challenger 300.

ExecuJet Europe also announced at EBACE that its FBO at Berlin Schoenefeld Airport has won Shell Aviation’s Platinum Award for Safety and Quality, the fifth consecutive year the FBO has claimed the award. Additionally, ExecuJet’s FBO at Frankfurt am Main International Airport won the Shell bronze award after its first year of operation.

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