Cirium are delighted to introduce a new market sector of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) to our fleets data. From today in Fleets Analyzer, customers will be able to view the following types with their relevant order commitments.
Due to the ongoing situation with Russia/Ukraine, Cirium has adopted a seven-day inactivity rule for Russian-operated aircraft, within our flight-status data. All aircraft involved are checked daily to see if there are periods of inactivity against that tolerance. We return aircraft to service when there is evidence that they are active and operating a series of flights, with one-off ferry flights tracked as storage location changes. When we do observe inactivity, we use the Parked event until more information is known about the ownership situation of the aircraft (see below). Continue reading “”
On 27th September 2021, 328 Support Services GmbH (328SSG) – Type Certificate holder for the D328®aircraft – officially became Deutsche Aircraft GmbH. You’ll now find this name change reflected within Fleets Analyzer.
Users of Fleets Analyzer can now get early access to new Airline Profiles. The new Airline Profiles include: filtering, grouping, data visualisations, information on the age distribution of a fleet, and detailed ownership and lessor information. To get access, please see the instructions available from the Fleets Analyzer homepage.
We’re pleased to announce that our military data research team have been busy in the last quarter and have now populated histories for 3 more types – the Grumman F-14, Dassault Mirage F1, and the Dassault Super Etendard. Continue reading “”
Based on market feedback from customers, this weekend we will be making a number of changes to our engine taxonomy. For those customers who have Saved Searches that include engine models, you may need to update your Saved Searches after the changes have been made to ensure that your Saved Searches still work as expected. A full list of changes is included in the Excel file linked below.
Just a quick message to let you know that the UK based Data Teams will be taking a well-earned break over the Christmas period. From Monday 21st December through to Monday 4th January 2021 there will be minimal data updates across our Fleets, MRO, and Interiors datasets.
Despite the backdrop of COVID, it has been our busiest year ever for updates on the commercial, business aviation, helicopter, and military fleets:
We have created an additional 159,986 events in the Aircraft Histories
We have updated 234,416 aircraft in the database
We have added an additional 9,824 aircraft to the database
For the MRO and cabin interior data:
We have added 1000 MRO contracts
We have added 2500 more cabin interior records (passenger seating, IFE, Internet).
We wish all Cirium customers a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, and rest assured the team will be back raring to go in the new year.