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easyJet is all set to launch S.Fleet Performance +

  • S. Fleet Performance + (S.FP+) is a brand new digital solution aimed at reducing airlines’ unplanned maintenance and the associated effects and costs.

Combined with the latest technologies of the Skywise Core Platform, S.FP+ is an integrated solution aimed at improving Technical Operations team collaboration, aircraft dispatch, unscheduled event anticipation and fleet reliability.

Based on Analogue to Digital Conversion, data collected both in flight and on ground, plus some machine learning analysis, S.FP+ will propose technical solutions for all defects even before they trigger.

Competing products are segmented and focus on a single aspect of the operation. They have different user interfaces and offer no integrated workflows between modules.

The S. Fleet Performance + solution provides a harmonised user experience and interface. It brings together all relevant personas such as Maintenance Control Center operators, reliability engineers and fleet managers in a single environment, breaking silos across airline organisations and operations.

S. Fleet Performance + takes collaboration a step further by extending it from the working level to the top management level, providing valuable information to support strategic decisions.

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is machine learning technology that gives computers the ability to interpret, manipulate, and comprehend human language. Day-today applications can be found in ever more popular voice assistants or your phone’s predictive text functionality. 

Businesses use Natural Language Processing software and tools to simplify, automate, and streamline operations efficiently and accurately. 

S.FP+ includes NLP technology that detects repetitive faults and identifies associated technical documentation references. Based on knowledge ranging from the individual aircraft to the Skywise Community levels, Natural Language Processing allows S.FP+ to determine a defect’s most probable cause, significantly reducing investigation times and right fix implementation. 

Over the last 18 months, an Early Adopter Program involving several airlines confirmed the added benefits of the solution and its new features. One of the early adopters, long standing Airbus operator easyJet, has further expressed its trust in Airbus Services by becoming the launch customer of S. Fleet Performance +. The UK low cost carrier, who has flown Airbus aircraft since 2003 and been an Airbus-only operator since 2011, was particularly attracted by the way the solution’s integration eases fault solving.

Swaran Sidhu, easyJet Head of Fleet Technical Management, said:
“SFP+ offers easyJet a single source solution that contains the most up to date aircraft health data and predictions, optimal guidance material and intelligent troubleshooting advice that enables first-time fixes leading to rapid aircraft AOG recovery for commercial operations.”

For further information, please contact the easyJet Press Office on 01582 525252 or follow @easyJet_Press

Notes to editors:

About easyJet

easyJet is Europe’s leading airline offering a unique and winning combination of the best route network connecting Europe’s primary airports, with great value fares and friendly service.

easyJet flies on more of Europe’s most popular routes than any other airline and carried more than 69 million passengers in 2022 – with 9.5 million travelling for business. The airline has over 300 aircraft on nearly 1000 routes to more than 150 airports across 35 countries. Over 300 million Europeans live within one hour’s drive of an easyJet airport.

easyJet aims to be a good corporate citizen, employing people on local contracts in eight countries across Europe in full compliance with national laws and recognising their trade unions. The airline supports several local charities and has a corporate partnership with UNICEF which has raised over £16m for the most vulnerable children since it was established in 2012.

The airline joined the UN-backed Race to Zero in November 2021 and has published its roadmap to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, with a focus on new technology and the ultimate ambition to achieve zero carbon emission flying across its entire fleet, which the airline is working on together with its partners including Airbus, Rolls-Royce, GKN Aerospace, and Cranfield Aerospace Solutions. The roadmap also features a combination of fleet renewal, operational efficiencies, airspace modernisation, Sustainable Aviation Fuel and carbon removal technology. Additionally, it includes an interim carbon emissions intensity reduction target of 35% by 2035 (versus 2019). Since 2000, the airline has already reduced its carbon emissions per passenger, per kilometre by one-third through continued fleet renewal, efficient operations and aiming to fill most of its seats.

Innovation is in easyJet’s DNA – since launching over 25 years ago, easyJet changed the way people fly to the present day where the airline leads the industry in digital, web, engineering and operational innovations to make travel more easy and affordable for its passengers.

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