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Gulfstream releases performance Ipad App for easier flight planning

Posted 30 August 2016 · Add Comment

Gulfstream Aerospace has developed the first phase of an intuitive mobile application to help Gulfstream operators streamline flight operations.

A companion to Gulfstream’s PlaneBook electronic suite of flight crew information, the new Performance iPad app enables a Gulfstream G650 or G650ER flight crew to quickly calculate precise performance data for the takeoff and landing phases of flight, replacing paper charts and manual calculations. The results are displayed in simple, easy-to-understand graphics, reducing the flight crew’s preparation time and workload and increasing their situational and operational awareness. 

“The Gulfstream Performance app makes complex information easy to consume for the flight crew because it is presented in a clear and simple visual format,” said Derek Zimmerman, president, Gulfstream Product Support. “The accuracy of the data, the intuitive visual interface and the time-saving features make this app unique and invaluable.”

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