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Jeppesen Makes Five Year Deal With ExecuJet Aviation

Contract Covers Flight Planning, Digital Charting, And Document Management

Jeppesen and Zurich-based ExecuJet Aviation Group have agreed to a five-year JetPlan flight planning, NavData digital charting and document management service contract.  Through the agreement, Jeppesen will provide services for ExecuJet business aircraft operating under its air operator certificates (AOC) held in Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, the UK, Middle East and Australia.   

The agreement helps to streamline ExecuJet's global business operations and transition the diverse fleet of ExecuJet business aircraft to digital information solutions.  Jeppesen will provide ExecuJet with aircraft operations manual Part A, B, C and D set-up and revision document management solutions for several aircraft models, in addition to JetPlan flight planning and NavData digital charting services.    

"Jeppesen's comprehensive business aviation solutions, including document management services, allow us to strengthen our business operation globally, through optimization of our operations manual development process," said Capt. Andreas Pfisterer, operations director, ExecuJet Europe. "The diverse types of business aircraft operated by ExecuJet require information continuity and the solutions provided by Jeppesen work to ensure that quality navigation information and current operating documents are delivered globally for our customers."

Integrated Jeppesen digital business aviation solutions designed for ExecuJet provide the most accurate and complete aeronautical navigation data available and allow the company to maximize operating efficiency, minimize costs for its customer base and reduce paper in the cockpit.          

"In a challenging business aviation marketplace, Jeppesen solutions help operators gain the competitive advantage they need to be successful," said Thomas Wede, Jeppesen senior vice president and general manager, Aviation. 

As part of the agreement, Jeppesen will provide set-up and revision services for Operations Manual Part A, C and D as well as Part B for several ExecuJet aircraft models, including the Global Express, Challenger 850, Challenger 605, Challenger 300 and Lear Jet LR60. Jeppesen will also provide Operations Manual Part C and Part D document services for the Gulfstream G550. 

FMI: www.jeppesen.com

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