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Air Greenland selects 'flexible' EFB
Air Greenland, which has multiple fixed and rotary wing bases across Greenland, is planning to implement the Aviobook electronic flight bag (EFB) on a Class 1 iPad device for all its flight crews.

Air Greenland, which has multiple fixed and rotary wing bases across Greenland, is planning to implement the Aviobook electronic flight bag (EFB) on a Class 1 iPad device for all its flight crews. In addition, the Aviobook BASE ground administration tool will serve the flight operations office staff to actively monitor the EFB devices and content, and will allow a seamless integration with Air Greenland's current back-office operations systems.

"Air Greenland has selected the Aviobook EFB solution because of its flexibility which matches our need to adapt to the sometimes difficult and extreme operational environment in which we are operating. It provides us with an ideal future platform completely integrated with our existing back-office systems that will allow us to further increase our operational efficiency," says coo Morten Nielsen.

"AvioVision is extremely proud to land Air Greenland as a key account in the northern European region and is looking forward to starting the implementation soon," says Kris Van den Bergh, ceo of AvioVision. "With Air Greenland, we've found a very capable and dedicated staff that understands precisely how an EFB can contribute to the overall success of the airline in the short and long run. Air Greenland is without a doubt a reference carrier in the region and will be a great addition to our customer base." The implementation will start in August 2012.

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