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Gulf Air boosts EFB with AirWatch


AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management has given a boost to the Electronic Flight Bags (EFB), according to the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Gulf Air, Captain Nasser Al Salmi, reports ITRealms.

Gulf Air is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain and one of the longest serving airlines in the Middle East.

The COO also informed ITRealms that by deploying AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management in 2014, Gulf Air has transformed its aircraft operating efficiency and achieved tangible business benefits.

“Gulf Air is committed to all new technology that streamlines our operational performance through integrated solutions for advanced information management in the air and on the groun,” he said.
Stressing that AirWatch systems reduced paperwork, increased efficiency and improved access to information for pilots where it is most needed.

“The AirWatch-managed electronic flight bags meet these requirements, helping bring technological advances of computer information delivery and management to the flight deck,” he declared.
Further, he said, Gulf Air pilots routinely review planned flight maps and flight paths, devise contingencies and inspect passenger and cargo information to optimize operations.


“With AirWatch content locker, Gulf Air’s aircraft manuals and flight documentation are now easily accessible to pilots in a central repository on their iPads,” he said.

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