By calculating the optimum thrust for take-off you spare the engines and thus increase their life-cycle. In addition, the regular monitoring of the flight performance of your fleet allows you to detect necessary maintenance events in good time and already optimize fuel requirements in flight route planning. How much thrust an aircraft actually requires for the take-off is dependent on a number of variables. These include the take-off weight, the length and condition of the runway, the absence of obstacles around the airport and the current temperature, air pressure and wind direction/strength.
Our many years of experience in the field of aircraft performance engineering enable us to offer products and services of the highest standard.
With Lido/TakeOff the pilot can calculate all relevant take-off data at the touch of a button in the cockpit
Our Lido/ObstacleData form the basis for the integration or individual performance calculation of your fleet
With Lido/APM you can determine the current performance data of your fleet and calculate the individual performance correction factor for each aircraft