Posted on: 22 June 2010 by Mark Howells
Cimber Sterling is now optimising the performance of its flights and thus reducing costs following completion of the implementation of Lido/TakeOff from Lufthansa Systems.
Lido/TakeOff calculates the optimised takeoff data while taking into account factors such as outside temperature, air pressure, runway length and conditions, and final aircraft take-off weight. These calculations rely on the Lido Airport/Obstacle Data with respective Engine Out procedures (EOSIDs). Optimised takeoff thrust setting reduces the wear on the engine and its components, which results in a slower degradation of the engine’s performance.