An application with 14 distinct modules, operating as an EFB and ensuring that pilots have the right info and documents during flight.
Connected flights and big data require an adaptable, reactive and intuitive solution that focuses on the end-users, their needs and expectations.
AvioBook is an application with a suite of 14 modules that cover all stages of flight. Direct communication with the base and extensive integration with existing systems enable airlines to be more aware and reactive to developing situations.
A secure, integrated communication application that enables efficient messaging between and to flight stakeholders: pilots, crew, dispatchers, technicians etc.
Provides key flight planning data, with a set of relevant messages, weather notifications and NOTAMS.
The operational flight plan module enables pilots to calculate their fuel and weights, monitor their navigation log, write notes and keep a journey log.
AvioBook Weights and Balance
This module gives pilots the possibility of making last-minute changes to weights and balance to ensure that they can correctly organise the centre of gravity and stay within limits.
An innovative and interactive globe, displaying key weather and atmospheric data. Pilots can display the information they need and filter it based on flight level, time and type.
Provides information on the status and development of technical issues. It gives pilots the possibility to signal and evaluate the defects, communicating the situation with the Base system.
The library module is a vital resource in ensuring that pilots have all of the extensive manuals and documentation at their fingertips, with bookmarks, search functions and notes for ease of use.
With this module, pilots have key information on airports along their route as well as around the world to make informed critical decisions.
They are trusting us
“The module that impresses me the most in the AvioBook suite is the Globe module. We have access to a lot of different information in a single view. It’s a visual module, easy to handle. I was particularly impressed by the Navlog feature which is visual instead of just a list. You can see it on the map and fill it in as your flight progresses.”