• Air Transat will navigate with Lido/mPilot app and use data from Lido/FMS

Raunheim, Germany | February 4, 2016– Lufthansa Systems today announced that Air Transat has opted for its Lido/mPilot mobile navigation solution and will also use the precise navigation data from the Lido/FMS database. The two companies have signed a seven-year contract for these solutions.

“Using the Lido/mPilot navigation app is an important step for us in moving toward a paperless cockpit. The app’s functions and intuitive operation excited us,” said Sylvain Aubin, Vice-President of Flight operations at Air Transat. “We place great value in innovative IT solutions and are looking for a provider who can offer comprehensive support. Lufthansa Systems won us over with their quality and service.”

Lido/mPilot is a mobile navigation solution which supports pilots before, during and after a flight. Around 60 airlines have already opted for Lido/mPilot since the app was launched in early 2015. The modular app combines functions like airport maps, a dynamically generated enroute chart, and a document management and distribution system that enables pilots to access documents and messages both at home and on the move. A status overview with intuitive icons guarantees a clear flow of information. Pilots receive important updates via push notifications.

The relevant navigation data in Lido/mPilot are based on the Lufthansa Systems Lido/FMS database, which will also be available to the airline on board for its flight management systems. The high-quality data are individually tailored to an airline’s aircraft types, cockpit systems and route network – thus ensuring the best autopilot support. The database contains all important route information such as altitude data, airways and airport data. The navigation data, which are based on global aeronautical information, are updated every 28 days according to the AIRAC cycle. More than 200 airlines around the world rely on the certified navigation data from Lido/FMS.

“We won over the customer with the quality of our Lido/FMS data and, above all, the intuitive operation of the Lido/mPilot app and our outstanding customer service,” said Michael Schmidtborn, Vice President Sales & Services North America at Lufthansa Systems. “We are delighted to have Air Transat as a new customer in North America. This agreement also highlights the growing importance of mobile solutions in the airline industry.”

Germany | July 21, 2015– Lufthansa Systems will be supporting the in-flight operation of Chilean carrier Sky Airline with the precise navigation data from its Lido/FMS database. The two companies recently signed a three-year agreement to this effect. In Sky Airline, Lufthansa Systems has acquired an up-and-coming customer on the South American market.

Lido/FMS provides the airline with high-quality, up-to-date data tailored to its particular aircraft types, cockpit systems and route network. The FMS database from Lufthansa Systems contains all important route information such as altitude data, airways and airport data for optimizing navigation and supporting autopilots on board modern aircraft. . The navigation data, which are based on global aeronautical information, are updated every 28 days according to the AIRAC cycle. Lufthansa Systems can thus meet the specific requirements and needs of Sky Airline at all times.

Sky Airline is a Chilean carrier based in Santiago de Chile. Its fleet currently consists of 16 aircraft. The airline focuses on national destinations while also serving further airports within South America.