Posted on: 01 December 2015 by Mark Howells
Pegasus Airlines has signed an agreement with Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE) which will see the carrier introduce a new Navaero electronic flight bag (EFB) solution enabling multiple simultaneous tablet connections in the cockpit on Panasonic Toughpad hardware.
“The unique flexibility built into the design of our EFB and connected aircraft solutions is enabling Pegasus and other innovative airlines around the world to tap the power of GEE's operations solutions and certification portfolio,” commented Simone Giordano, president of Navaero, a GEE company. “The Navaero EFB platform represents a gateway to exciting new opportunities and capabilities that airlines are increasingly relying on to achieve their business goals and lead the way to unprecedented efficiencies.”
Pegasus Airlines operates a fleet of 66 aircraft on scheduled routes to 103 domestic and international destinations throughout Europe, the Caucasus, Russia, the CIS countries, the Middle East and North Africa.