Aircraft Performance Group (APG) is integrating its iPreFlight Genesis PRO with Airplane Manager's Corporate and Air Charter Scheduling, that connects crew scheduling with enhanced flight planning, runway analysis and weight and balance capabilities. This will enable aviation professionals to set up flights effortlessly, assign crews and passengers, generate new routes and efficiently manage aircraft weights within a user-friendly platform.
"We are excited to join forces with APG to offer aviation professionals an all-encompassing solution for aviation management," says Airplane Manager president Terry Cooper. "Our mission is to provide intuitive software that connects pilots, passengers, owners and executive assistants seamlessly. We're taking a giant leap toward achieving that goal with this partnership."
For more than 20 years, APG's iPreFlight Genesis PRO has provided trusted runway performance, global flight planning, routing and filing capabilities, and global chart data. It supports over 350 aircraft types, the most in the industry, and uses first principles data for performance calculations, offering customers the highest level of accuracy and confidence.
Integrating APG and Airplane Manager offers several key benefits to aviation professionals. It seamlessly connects crew scheduling with flight planning, allowing optimal resource allocation. Additionally, users can access advanced flight planning tools for precise route generation and valuable insights into runway performance to enhance safety and efficiency. The integration also enables efficient aircraft weight and balance management to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
“APG continues to lead the way in aviation flight operations software innovation, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to providing aviation professionals and businesses with the tools to excel and deliver exceptional service to their clients,” says APG president Shawn Mechelke. “We are proud to partner with Airplane Manager to continue our mission to offer intuitive software that makes flying safe.”