European low-fare airlines sign EFB and cockpit integration deals with GEE

Low-fare, leisure airlines Edelweiss Airlines and Pegasus Airlines, which serves leisure destinations around the world, have signed agreements with GEE for electronic flight bag (EFB) solutions, certifications and a smooth migration path to connected aircraft.

Edelweiss Airlines, a Swiss leisure airline, is deploying its cockpit integration and EFB capabilities over iPad tablets. The agreement with Edelweiss Airlines represents an extension of a strategic agreement between Navaero and the LH Group, which has already deployed GEE’s EFB solution across the fleet of Austrian Airlines.The Istanbul-based low-cost carrier, Pegasus Airlines, which operates a fleet of 66 aircraft on scheduled routes to 103 domestic and international destinations is utilising the Panasonic Toughpad and a new Navaero solution that enables multiple simultaneous tablet connections in the cockpit. Pegasus Airlines made the move to GEE and the Navaero EFB platform because ‘of its superior technical and certification capabilities for the airline’s A320 fleet deployment’.

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