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GE Aviation secures five-year deal with airline

GE Aviation has signed a five-year deal to supply its Event Measurement System to Cathay Pacific.

The deal includes the flight analytics system and FlightPulse pilot app, which uses aircraft data and flight date analytics to enable pilots to access their metrics securely, across the whole Cathay Pacific Group.

GE Aviation, which has a factory at Bishop's Cleeve, has developed the flight analytics service using data generated by aircraft which is then combined with operational information.

It is designed to help the airline manage aircraft operations with previously unavailable information on efficiency, safety and engineering.

GE Aviation Digital Group senior vice president and general manager Andrew Coleman said: "We are thrilled to be chosen by Cathay Pacific to expand our growing digital partnership into the arena of flight analytics.

"We're merging multiple data sources, building on a comprehensive set of analytics and expanding with FlightPulse to help pilots fly more efficiently and reduce carbon emissions."

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