Premium Jet, one of the leading Swiss aircraft management and charter companies, has joined commercial aircraft operators like Virgin Atlantic in embracing the unique Osprey Flight Solutions risk assessment system by becoming the first business aviation operator to take on board the technology that is revolutionising the aviation industry.
Osprey's breakthrough flight risk management system will seamlessly integrate with Premium Jet's flight planning software to deliver instantaneous, intuitive, visual and written risk assessments whenever needed, supporting operational decision-making, quality control and compliance. Osprey, already becoming firmly
established with commercial aviation operators, is meeting current market demand for business enabling tools by using cutting edge technology to support market leading human analysis and offer a unique security and risk assessment solution which improves efficiency, accuracy and output, whilst keeping costs down.
Premium Jet managing partner and accountable manager, Daniel Kunz, commented, “We decided to integrate the Osprey system as we wanted a comprehensive solution for risk management that was fast and easy to use. Osprey offers something unique in the market today and helps us provide detailed and up-to-date information to our crews as well as meet regulatory requirements in the most efficient way possible.”
Osprey Flight Solutions CEO, Andrew Nicholson, said, “Premium Jet is one of the most professional and safety conscious operators in the industry so we are
delighted that it is the first of the business aviation companies we have been in talks with to fully embrace our extraordinary data led technology. We believe
Premium Jet will find Osprey an essential business enabling tool providing the most advanced information to further enhance the high quality of its operation.”
Premium Jet and Osprey will sign the deal at EBACE 2018 on the 28th May.
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