GENEVA, Switzerland - Boeing announced on May 21 agreements with business aviation companies Jet Aviation and HK Bellawings Jet for its advanced Jeppesen Operator and Jeppesen JetPlanner Pro digital solutions.
Signing a five-year agreement for the Jeppesen Operator digital offering, Jet Aviation now has a tool that integrates its key business aviation functionality in a self-service environment for its U.S. Operations. Jeppesen Operator integrates overall flight planning, runway performance, weight and balance, and crew and fleet scheduling/management. It also integrates self-service trip planning, reporting, customer account management, real-time pricing and cost accounting capabilities.
HK Bellawings Jet signed a seven-year agreement for the Jeppesen JetPlanner Pro offering, which provides end-to-end flight planning, dispatch operations and route optimization for its fleet. With an intuitive dual-screen interface and a built-in business-rule automation system, this digital solution also integrates with other external services to provide a comprehensive operations environment.
“With our fleet expanding gradually at HK Bellawings, optimizing our flight planning services using Boeing tools will enhance operational efficiency and ensure we are using the most efficient routes possible,” said YJ Zhang, President of HK Bellawings Jet. “JetPlanner Pro offers us the planning functionality we need in demanding operational environments, and allows our clients to take over the lead in their tight schedules.”
Signing events for both agreements were held during the EBACE airshow in Geneva, with a live demonstration of the Operator digital solution available for event participants to experience.