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Allegiant Systems annonce une évaluation de la nouvelle solution FlyDesk™ Cabin par plusieurs compagnies aériennes

LAS VEGAS, le 5 décembre 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Allegiant Air, ainsi que trois autres compagnies aériennes internationales, ont commencé les évaluations opérationnelles de la solution FlyDesk Cabin, qui numérise les manuels, automatise les rapports et offre des outils de communication sécurisés à l'aide du matériel iPad® d'Apple. En utilisant plus de 200 iPad au niveau de quatre compagnies aériennes, FlyDesk Cabin crée une exploitation « sans papier », réduisant ainsi le poids inutile, facilite la précision des manuels et améliore l'efficacité, tout en réduisant les coûts opérationnels.

L'évaluation de quatre semaines a débuté le 3 décembre et aidera à définir les avantages opérationnels que la technologie mobile apporte aux membres de l'équipage de cabine des compagnies aériennes. Les membres de l'équipage de chaque compagnie aérienne utilisent la fonction d'espace de travail dématérialisé de pointe de FlyDesk Cabin pour améliorer le service client et la productivité, tout en rationalisant les processus opérationnels et en augmentant les possibilités de revenus.

« Ces essais marquent un nouveau monde de la mobilité et des opérations de l'équipage de cabine », a déclaré Andrew Kemmetmueller, président-directeur général d'Allegiant Systems. « FlyDesk offre aux compagnies aériennes la possibilité de tirer parti du matériel tablette à disposition de leur équipage de vol, qui est souvent le personnel des compagnies aériennes le moins connecté ».

L'évaluation, qui comprend des compagnies aériennes en Europe et en Amérique centrale, comprend l'utilisation avancée des manuels numériques et a démontré la capacité multilingue du système. Dans le cadre du service d'évaluation, Allegiant Systems a également inclus la formation, la logistique matérielle et les services de soutien continu aux compagnies aériennes.

En plus de la fonctionnalité d'établissement de rapports et sans papier de FlyDesk Cabin, Allegiant Air a également lancé une nouvelle application intégrée FlyDesk Buy-on-Board, qui permet à l'équipage de cabine d'utiliser le même iPad pour traiter les achats des clients à bord.

Le déploiement initial du matériel et la formation ont été achevés avec succès et à ce jour, la réponse des équipages de vol de l'ensemble des quatre compagnies aériennes a été positive. L'évaluation se poursuit jusqu'à la fin 2012, date à laquelle les résultats complets des évaluations seront disponibles.

FlyDesk Cabin est le premier de plusieurs flyServices offerts au sein de la plateforme mobile FlyDesk par Allegiant Systems, qui offriront tous une efficacité accrue pour les compagnies aériennes, avec un déploiement plus rapide, une mise à l'échelle sans effort et un soutien continu.

Pour plus d'informations à propos de la nouvelle solution FlyDesk, des évaluations de la compagnie aérienne ou pour parler avec un représentant d'Allegiant Systems, veuillez contacter Jennifer Nagy à l'adresse [email protected] ou au 1 647 867 0093. Pour plus d'informations à propos d'Allegiant Systems et de FlyDesk, veuillez consulter www.g4systems.aero

À propos des systèmes Allegiant Inc.
Allegiant Travel Company, Lixar et AvIntel se sont alliés pour créer Allegiant Systems, un partenaire stratégique cumulant plus de 50 ans d'activité dans l'aéronautique et un savoir-faire en conseil et développement technologique. L'entreprise se positionne pour résoudre les problèmes d'exploitation complexes rencontrés par les compagnies aériennes au moyen de solutions technologiques innovantes basées sur le système d'exploitation iOS d'Apple. Via sa plateforme dématérialisée FlyDesk™, les opérateurs peuvent enfin déployer des solutions d'automatisation continues, applicables à l'ensemble de la flotte de manière plus rentable. L'entreprise est basée à Las Vegas, dans le Nevada, et compte une succursale à Toulouse, en France. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter www.g4systems.aero

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