Flight Planner, the Airbus Helicopters all-in-one mobile Electronic Flight Bag, supports pilots in their mission preparation. It allows direct performance computation based on OEM flight manual data and wireless data transfer to the aircraft Flight Management System – available in iOS version or on rugged Panasonic tablet.
Flight Planner, initially proposed with the H175, is now extended to the H145/H145M and will also be available on the H135 in a new version, end 2018.
The new features proposed include:
- • Bluetooth connectivity for Aircraft equipped with GTN750/FS510 (H145) in order to load the flight plan in the system and to acquire/visualize the Aircraft GPS position on Flight Planner
- • Management of the Aircraft configurations (mission equipment etc.) through the associated « Aircraft Builder» web tool
- • Helicopter flight plan computation and transfer to the Air Traffic Control, and automatic receipt and acceptance or update.
Simultaneously the stand-alone Flight Perfo iOS application was extended to H145/H145M and beginning 2019 will be available to H135.
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