Vistajet integrates advanced flight risk assessment system into operations


VistaJet has unveiled a further step in advancing its flight operations software with the adoption of Osprey Flight Solutions data-led risk assessment technology.

By integrating Osprey’s leading safety system, VistaJet is able to intuitively risk assess every flight directly through its proprietary operations software and support operational decision making.

The platform delivers intelligence on the aviation environment, collecting data from 200,000 sources in 60 languages. A team of analysts combines the data with machine learning algorithms.

The new integration complements VistaJet’s human analysis to offer the most comprehensive security and risk assessment. Information includes the widest range of events that could impact flight performance, from local taxi strikes that may delay arrival of crew at the airport, to a detailed evaluation of no flying zones.

Data is applied to a 10 x 10km grid covering the full globe and provides a detailed altitude overview. With a granular and real-time access to data, the VistaJet team is able to measure possible delays and calibrate each flight to the most secure conditions along the safest routes, even when the aircraft is airborne.

Nick van der Meer, chief operating officer at VistaJet, said, “We look at the most efficient way to fly, with safety being the core driver. By providing even more meaningful data to our in-house experts, they are able to create a smoother flight experience for our customers.

“Safety is and must always be a common goal for all aviation companies, and we are proud to lead the way by adopting the most advanced innovation technologies available on the market ahead of anyone else in business aviation.”


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