Analyze your trajectories to identify savings opportunities

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The Advanced Trajectory add-on is a coherent set of SkyBreathe® extra features around trajectory analysis.
It takes flight analysis to the next level by providing plenty of additional functionalities.

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Perform in-depth analyses with Advanced Trajectory add-on

Flight trajectories data is a gold mine for optimizing airline operations.

It provides powerful features to analyze trajectories and identify new savings opportunities for your airline. The SkyBreathe® Advanced Trajectory add-on is integrated into the 360° eco-flying platform. 

More savings with new opportunities

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Popular features

Analyze trajectories waypoint by waypoint

Perform in-depth analyses to track where the flight plan derives from the actual flight and find room for improvements.

Analyze directs

Generate substantial savings in term of time and fuel by analyzing direct routes.  Identify the directs which are the most likely to be granted by ATC or that yield the biggest savings.

Explore new analyses based on airspace detection

Take advantage of analyzing and monitoring airspace usage to build reports and identify best improvement potentials.

Save more fuel with the short approach best practice

Find out when and where short approaches can be flown and set a list of destination airports and runways to focus on to save fuel.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Many savings opportunities are possible for airlines around trajectories, such as:

  • Discussing with Air Traffic Control (ATC) the access to optimal cruise altitudes
  • Identifying the shortest arrival approach
  • Incorporating traffic in flight planning
  • Adjusting pilot extra fuel with holding and vectoring probability to increase safety and efficiency

Direct fuel savings can vary from around 80 kg per direct on a single-aisle, and up to 120 kg per direct on a widebody. For one single-aisle aircraft, it can represent an overall benefit of 120 000 kg of fuel, which equals to around 380 000 kg of C02 or 80 000 $ on a single year, provided that on each flight a direct is taken.

Therefore, there is a huge potential if directs are widely used and flown in the airline.