As a pilot, you’ll benefit from a connected and integrated EFB solution specifically designed for your needs. Optimizing the crew’s workflow will streamline your airline’s operations.
Gone are the days of having to consult various websites, specific company charts or destination crew handbooks. AvioBook Flight, the all-in-one solution for every pilot, has a new Airports module to centralise information from any airport in a single location. Configured based on your airline’s needs & color-coded, safety-critical information for improved situational awareness.
Accurate information in a digestible, interactive manner. Your crew can monitor weather at the alternate airports throughout the flight and evaluate the situation at a glance.
Your crew can be confident of being up to date at all times. Use AvioBook Base to upload airport specific information & procedures. Customize how the information is presented to your crew.
Rather than extracting the data from various sources, your crew is only one click away from all the information they need.
The Airports module shows data in a structured way, following a clear flow of information based on what is available from airline systems. A search function is also included, allowing cockpit crew to search for any airport and fetch information.
Key data, such as airport function (DEP/ALT/ENROUTE), gate information, elevation and authorization codes are displayed on each individual airport card from the list.
In addition to basic information like the local time, sunrise and sunset, the INFO tab provides all the airport information specific to an airline's operations. Adapt the contents so that flight crews see everything that might be relevant.
The WEATHER tab provides a detailed overview of the weather at that specific airport, such as the active METAR and TAFs. Colour coding highlights weather conditions easing crew understanding.
The NOTAMS tab displays applicable notices and advisories for a given airport. Customizable color coding highlights specific information, assisting cockpit crew in quickly identifying key information out of all NOTAMs.
The built-in search functionality allows for a quick and easy search for relevant key words in all available NOTAMs. NOTAMS can be retrieved from the OFP, a customer database, a third party provider or any combination thereof.
The ATC tab informs the pilot about the latest ATIS-information (Data-link ATIS) as well as other relevant ATC-data received from a third party source (customer database, FAA SWIM).
Through this tab, key data is readily available, with cockpit crews being able to factor the latest ATC Status from a specific airport into decision making. Easy access to this information allows the cockpit crew to plan in advance.