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15 June, 2022

Jazeera Airways chooses SkyBreathe 360° eco-flying platform to cut carbon emissions

Jazeera Airways, the first non-government-owned airline in the Middle East, has signed a deal with French cleantech company OpenAirlines to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. They will be implementing SkyBreathe, the world's leading fuel management software developed by OpenAirlines to optimize fuel efficiency across all their operations.  

The airline has chosen SkyBreathe® to accelerate its fuel program as they grow, in line with its sustainability goals to reduce, capture, or avoid emissions of greenhouse gases. It has recently ordered 28 aircraft of the A320 neo family, which combine new generation engines with the latest technologies, ensuring they are operating the most efficient flights. To further their sustainability focus, more efficient operations are also a strategy resulting in immediate carbon emissions reductions. The cloud-based solution will help them contain fuel costs while reducing their carbon footprint by up to 5%.

The software uses sophisticated Big Data Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning to automatically collect, analyze and compute billions of flight data of all the aircraft operated by the airline. It also gathers data from other sources, including payload, weather conditions, maintenance, flight paths, and Air Traffic Control, to provide accurate and comprehensive reports to all stakeholders. This allows in-depth analysis of fuel-saving opportunities and achievements through clear and user-friendly dashboards, 4D visualization, predefined reports, real-time insights, and custom analysis.

04 November, 2019

Openairlines head to China

French President Emmanuel Macron will make an official State visit to China with a focus on climate change and trade, on November 4th-6th, 2019. Alexandre Feray, OpenAirlines' CEO will join the visit alongside 17 innovative companies as part of the presidential delegation organized by Business France to present its innovative eco-flying solution SkyBreathe® which helps airlines reduce their fuel costs and environmental impact.

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) forecasts that if no action taken, aviation emissions could grow by 300-700% by 2050. China's civil aviation faces complex challenges to reduce CO2 emission since they have one of the world's fastest-growing aviation systems. Chinese airlines need to maintain their profitability while becoming more sustainable and contributing to the People's Republic aggressive goals in terms of CO2 emissions reduction per unit of GDP laid out in its 13th five-year plan. But where to start? To answer this question, Alexandre Feray will meet with several airlines' decision-makers to showcase SkyBreathe®, an innovative eco-flying solution using Big Data Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning to save fuel and reduce airlines' carbon footprint.