Jetex and Skylegs announced this week the integration of their platforms in an effort to enable aircraft operators to dispatch flights faster and easier. Under the integration, flights scheduled in the Skylegs management platform can be completed in three steps: a flight is scheduled in Skylegs; all flight services are immediately synchronized and managed by Jetex; and the operator receives a confirmed status from Jetex.
“All processes will now be automatic instead of having two separate systems running simultaneously during the flight-planning and execution phases,” Jetex said.
Further, the integration is expected to reduce errors and increase efficiency, as well as improve the management of operating costs. Jetex estimates that more than 35,000 flights will benefit from the partnership each year. “This integration is one of the many examples of how the two companies help aircraft operators modernize and automate their operations to make them more efficient,” Jetex said.