Engine Health, Fuel Flow, Pilot Performance and More To Be Tracked on Nolinor B737 and Learjet 31 Aircraft. SKYTRAC Systems has been contracted to supply flight monitoring services to Canadian Charter Airline, Nolinor Aviation. Powered by SKYTRAC’s SkyWeb Aviation Data Management Portal, the fleet maintenance and safety solution will continuously monitor the status of Nolinor’s fleet of Boeing 737-200 and Learjet 31A aircraft, triggering real-time groundcrew notifications where engine conditions, fuel flow or aircraft flight paths deviate from pre-defined safe-operating parameters.
“We’re very pleased to be able to invest in this technology,” said Nolinor President Jacques Prud’homme, “this will give us an added level of safety, and the capability to ensure our aircraft are being operated according to our Standard Operating Procedures.”
Through SkyWeb’s comprehensive online reporting interface, Nolinor will gain ready access to valuable post-flight analysis and performance trending tools. Nolinor will benefit from detailed information on pilot approaches, hard landings and other metrics vital to proactive pilot training and fleet maintenance programs.
As a full-service FDM provider, SKYTRAC will be overseeing all aspects of the Nolinor FDM program including data acquisition, STC implementation, data analysis, systems design, event-set customization & calibration, procurement, custom-report development and project management.
ABOUT NOLINOR AVIATION
Founded in 1992, Nolinor Aviation is an air transportation company specializing in charter flights. Their readily configurable fleet is used for transporting passengers, cargo, or both. Nolinor offers air service across Canada, the United States and to other destinations around the world, with the capability to land on gravel and ice runways. Nolinor’s state of the art operations centre receives live fleet information from a satellite based tracking system. Their experienced operations team is able to ensure unparalleled reliability and service. Nolinor Aviation is a private company, wholly owned by the Prud’homme family trust.