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Aer Lingus navigates with Lido/RouteManual

  03.04.2012    

Lufthansa Systems today announced that the Irish airline Aer Lingus is going to use its Lido/RouteManual navigation charts. The airline will thus benefit from the charts' clear structure and easy legibility. Lido/RouteManual provides cockpit crews with the latest set of aeronautical data and information, making their work considerably easier especially during key flight phases such as take-off and landing.  
The Lufthansa Systems navigation charts are generated directly from the company's Lido navigation database. The charts display true-to-scale geographic information such as terrain features and rivers. They also include airport taxiway charts, approach and take-off charts, and a seamless worldwide route chart. The navigation charts' clear color-coding and self-explanatory symbols support visual thinking. The identical setup and structure of paper and electronic charts makes it easier for airlines to subsequently migrate to the electronic Lido/eRouteManual solution. 
"With Lido/RouteManual, Aer Lingus now also benefits from our proven solutions in terms of navigation charts," explains Marco Cesa, Senior Vice President Regional Management Europe at Lufthansa Systems. "This is a further expansion of our trusted partnership which started almost ten years ago with the use of our flight planning solution, Lido/Flight. We are now providing Aer Lingus with optimized process support in many ways."  
Aer Lingus is Ireland's national carrier and is headquartered in Dublin. The airline’s network comprises 100 routes, from Ireland to Europe and the United States. Established in 1936, Aer Lingus operates a modern fleet of 44 aircraft, consisting of Airbus A320s, A321s and A330s.


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