Austria’s MJet became the first ACJ319 operator to sign up for Skywise, Airbus’s single-point solution for obtaining, managing, and reviewing anonymous aircraft operational data. With its new Skywise access, MJet will be able to combine selected Airbus data with its own information and global benchmarks without the need for additional infrastructure investments, the manufacturer said.
Under the program, MJet will share its Airbus operating data and benefit from accessing other A319 operators’ aggregate aircraft reliability data. MJet will also work with Airbus to further develop product and support services specifically for ACJ operators. Airbus said its Skywise service will provide MJet “new insights at aircraft, company, and global levels” while “improving operational reliability, reducing operational interruptions, and identifying efficiencies, cost savings, and enhanced revenue opportunities.”
Airbus Skywise provides its users with a single access point for operational data by combining information from multiple sources. “The more data that airlines share into the Skywise platform, the more accurate the predictions and models for all connected,” Airbus said.
All Skywise data is anonymized to ensure confidentiality, according to Airbus. More than 190 Airbus Corporate Jets are in service around the world.