Mon, Feb 26, 2007
Professional Edition 7.1 Also Sports Add'l Customization
Global flight tracking provider Flight Explorer (FE) told ANN
recently of the release of Flight Explorer Professional Edition
7.1, which offers real-time Digital Automatic Terminal Information
Service (D-ATIS) reports.
The D-ATIS reporting tool provides FE Professional users the
ability to receive and read ATIS text messages that include
information on runway and taxiway instructions, available
approaches to the airport, avionics equipment, frequency outages
and local weather conditions.
Representatives with Flight Explorer say FE Professional is the
industry's most accurate, reliable and widely-used ASD. The system
goes beyond "flight tracking" by incorporating multiple data feeds,
dynamic weather overlays, situational alerts and predictive weather
and air traffic tools to make FE Professional an essential flight
operations management tool.
In addition to D-ATIS reports, FE Professional Edition 7.1
includes the ability to color code flights based on their on-time
status, hot-clickable FAA delays, real-time airport runway
cross-winds information and dynamic zoom level functionality.
Version 7.1 also brings with it updates to key data sources, as
well as other enhancements in response to requests from FE’s
global customer base.
"With 7.1 we are
continuing to integrate the key information tools necessary to
really expand the decision-support capabilities of our ASD," said
Flight Explorer CEO Jim Kelly. "The weather, airport status and
runway configuration information now available on Flight Explorer
gives our customers the ability to make more informed decisions on
how to best manage their aircraft given an airport’s
Flight Explorer provides global flight tracking, information
technology and communications solutions to over 800 corporate
clients, including over 80 percent of the North American major
airlines and 22 of the top 30 regional airlines.
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