- Until now there was threshold of 45360kg for non-etops operations for commercial operation of performance class A aeroplanes with a maximum operational passenger seating configuration (MOPSC) of 19 or less. So airplanes with less than 45360 kg could fly 120 minutes further from an adequate aerodrome and airplanes above 45360 kg had to stay within 60 minutes.
- With the arrival of bigger private jets like G650 or Global 7500 those jets were considered like B777 or A350 and considering those jets fly long haul ETOPS approval was required for CAT (Comercial Operations)
- EASA in order to harmonise with the FAA and TCCA has recently issued an amendment to AMC 20-6 meaning now airplanes over 45360 kg and 19 pax or less will be able to fly CAT on routes 120 minutes from an adequate aerodrome.
- Here I leave you a link to the explanatory: Read More
We are excited about the recent move to our new office in Bad Ischl. The modernly converted and fully renovated second floor in the time-honoured builing "Haus Athen" (also known as "Haus Kuprian") in the city center of Bad Ischl will serve both as Headquarter and as Development and OPS Center for the Skylinx Flight Planner.
The new office not only allows to have multiple high-performance teams ligned-up next to each other but it was also a necessity due to the massive growth our team underwent over the last 6 months. All workdesks are ergonomically adjustable and you can choose between 3 diffferent seating options: chair, gymball and a height adjustable swivel chair.
A charming chill-out area called "The Bistro" is the ideal place for breaks and our complimentary energy stations are restocked daily with fresh fruits, healthy crunchbars and energizing drinks. Big windows with a lovely view over the city and lots of air purifying plants round up the feeling of a truly creative and innovative work space for the whole Software Development team.
Ps: stay tuned for the upcoming opening of our second office in Salzburg-Panzerhalle!!
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