As a mid-tier aviation company, you depend entirely on a unique mix of software, systems and admin routines that keep your aircraft the skies safely and cost-effectively. Adopted reactively over time, this mix-and-match of systems and processes means no-one else operates quite like you do.
And, until now, this assemblage of systems has worked well enough, but as you seek to grow it will become a significant barrier. It seems there’s no way to overcome it without spending millions. Yes, there are excellent products out there to solve individual parts of the operational puzzle in isolation, but the all-encompassing flight ops solutions that have been available until now only make economic sense for fleets that are 10 times – or 100 times – the size of yours.
You’re stranded in the middle, with significant opportunities and improvements just out of reach. The conflicts and compromises of your ad hoc systems prevent you from stepping up on safety, capacity or scale when clients demand it or market conditions require it.
If you answered “yes” or “maybe” to any of these, then you’re carrying unnecessary costs and risks. It means you probably can’t complete today’s missions with optimal efficiency and you certainly can’t pursue tomorrow’s opportunities with incisive effectiveness.
This is where SkyNet Aviation comes in. Our REACH® Aero Day Of Operations ecosystem has been built specifically to resolve all of those questions all at once.
The problems of efficiency, effectiveness and growth for mid-tier fleet operations are persistent, difficult and frustrating. That’s why we’ve spent 20 years working on solving them. And with the REACH Aero Day Of Operations ecosystem, we have finally been able to bring all our solutions together into one answer.
Our REACH Aero Day Of Operations is something revolutionary: an interlocking data ecosystem that integrates your current systems with best-in-breed partner solutions and live aircraft tracking. It covers every aspect of efficiently, safely and effectively operating a fleet of 5 to 50 aircraft. And does it in real-time.
Through its flexibility, scalability and customisability, REACH Aero Day Of Operations removes the pain points of introducing new operation management technologies.
Able to quickly integrate and boost the efficiency of your current systems and processes, the ecosystem also offers in-built partnerships with the industry-leading specialist applications on:
I have decided to leave this as 50 instead of 500. Even though REACH can handle 500 aircraft, a fleet that size is not mid-tier.
Tracing its roots back to 2001 and the world’s first civilian satellite-based aircraft tracking solution, REACH Aero Day Of Operations has matured and broadened into a true aviation game-changer. The developer, SkyNet Aviation, is now recognised in the industry for developing strikingly advanced solutions.
For 20 years, we’ve been developing ground-breaking products to improve aviation effectiveness, efficiency, safety and ROI. Today, we are the world’s only technology solutions developer that specialises in a holistic integration of all systems that underpin fleet operations for the mid-tier aviation market.
The REACH Aero Day Of Operations ecosystem gives you a truly revolutionary technology solution for unlocking hyper-efficiency through:
It can quickly be configured to do all this in the way that suits your needs, your aircraft, work workforce, your contracts and the missions and routes you fly.
If you’ve tried to achieve this before you know how difficult it is, yet SkyNet has cracked it. We offer a solution that’s tried, tested and already relied on in the real world.
If flight incidents or shifts in your market are pushing you to increase efficiency and improve risk management, REACH Aero Day Of Operations offers the scale, monitoring, reporting and flexibility you need to exceed your current constraints.
If your operations are straining at the limits of what spreadsheets and legacy systems can do, REACH Aero Day Of Operations gives you similar operational power as enjoyed by large airlines, but without the large costs or changeover difficulties.