Class 2 electronic flight bag from navAero selected by Condor

SUNDSVALL, Sweden, 25 Feb. 2011. Condor Flugdienst in Kelsterbach, Germany selected navAero to supply the t-BagC22 electronic flight bag (EFB) system for the airline's fleet of Boeing 757-300 and B767-300ER aircraft.

Feb 25th, 2011

Posted by John McHale
SUNDSVALL, Sweden, 25 Feb. 2011. Condor Flugdienst in Kelsterbach, Germany selected navAero to supply the t-BagC22electronic flight bag (EFB) system for the airline's fleet of Boeing 757-300 and B767-300ER aircraft.
The navAero Class 2 EFBflight deck hardware chosen by Condor will include the t-Pad 1500 10.4 inch display. navAero's EFB CPU will configured with the navAero-designed UMTS/HSDPA/3G cellular communications module which enables on-ground data transfer. Condor will deploy their own application suite with a wireless data manager. The airline will also be using the EFB platform for viewing document as well as displaying aeronautical charts as provided by the LIDO eROUTE MANAGER charting application.
Condor will begin fleet installations for their Boeing 757 and 767 aircraft beginning next month.
"Condor is committed to being at the forefront of using technology to improve the safety and efficiency of our operations," says Gunnar Schmidt, post holder flight operations, Condor. "Our three-month in-use trial evaluation of the navAero EFB system clearly showed us that theirs is the right technology solution for our airline. We were able to remove the 50 kilogram Navkit, which allowed us to realize increased fuel savings all of which helped us toward meeting our corporate goal of reducing our carbon footprint. All in all, the navAero solution demonstrated its ability to meet all our financial and technological requirements that will give us the means by which we can deploy the right blend of applications we need to meet our business goals."

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