The Benefits of Flight Tracking: A 101 Introduction
In effective and efficient flight tracking system is an essential component of any aviation business. In addition to providing you with the capability to actively keep an eye on each one of your aircraft as it flies, flight tracking systems offer other features that can add immense value to your operations — such as a communication link to your pilots when they’re in remote locations and ‘SOS’ alerts that can immediately ping you if one of your aircraft finds itself in distress.
Our eBook ‘Introduction to Flight Tracking’ takes an in-depth look at real-time flight tracking systems, breaking down how they work, the different types you can choose from, and the benefits associated with them, which include:
- Peace of mind
- Decreased risk in the event of an accident
- Reduced manual workload
- Improved operational efficiency
- Increased profitability
We go into the differences between satellite and GSM/cellular tracking, the two main satellite providers for aviation tracking (Iridium and Inmarsat), the information these networks provide you with, and a bit about how you can decide which system is right for the unique needs of your business.