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Libyan Airlines signs contract with Lufthansa Systems

Posted 14 April 2016 · Add Comment

Libyan Airlines has signed a five-year contract with Lufthansa Systems for Lido/mPilot all-in-one navigation solution.

The carrier will have mobile access to all of the latest charts via the app, and support pilots before and during the flight with a generated enroute chart, and a document management and distribution system.
 
“The use of Lido/mPilot reduces paper documents on board the aircraft of Libyan Airlines. This simplifies processes and prevents mistakes,” said Marco Cesa, senior vice president regional management EMEA, Lufthansa Systems.
 
On the latest software release, all general documents can be viewed in the app, and is possible to link directly to external systems.

    

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