Electronic Flight Bag
Ryanair’s objective is to firmly establish itself as Europe’s leading low-fares scheduled passenger airline through continued improvements and expanded offerings of its low-fares service.
Their determination to investigate cost-saving initiatives has now also enabled them to become leaders in adopting relevant mobile technology which will have major business benefits of both efficiency and cost savings.
As the project was central to their mobile strategy, Ryanair requested proposals from a range of vendors and after an extensive comparison analysis, they selected CWSI as its mobility integrator.
CWSI worked closely with the hardware supplier and the application development team to ensure the project was completed in the allocated timeframe.
secure pilots’ iPads deployed
removed from each cockpit
pages of paper eliminated
A paperless cockpit is an efficient cockpit
• Eliminate the need to wipe devices when pilots lose passcodes
saving 1-2 hours each time
• Gain greater control over the distribution and use of aviation mobile apps
• Scalability to support Ryanair’s mobility programme
• Ability to automatically wipe corporate data from jail-broken devices
Outstanding operational performance
“This is yet another display of Ryanair’s commitment to improving our already outstanding operational performance. Ryanair recognises the value of this cutting- edge technology as a powerful and flexible solution.”
James Hallam, IT Operations Manager
Ryanair continues to work closely with CWSI to get the most out of its MobileIron platform. We have recently partnered to upgrade Ryanair to the latest version of MobileIron, enabling access to new functionality that will help IT support more devices and an ever expanding library of mobile apps.
“CWSI have been instrumental in the successful delivery of this project enabling proven results in increased productivity. Their knowledge on mobility issues is second to none. They managed the deployment seamlessly, completing the project on time and to budget.”