I’m pleased to announce the availability of a new “Data Demonstrator” within the new Airline Profiles product. We’ve added a tab (alongside Fleet and News) titled “Ground Events”. On this tab you’ll find a data visualisation that shows tracked aircraft ground events (>7days duration) going back to Jan 2019. For each tracked ground event, you’ll see:Continue reading “”
To bring our data in line with IATA standards, we have recently changed the country name of Turkey to Turkiye.
All operator and company names within Turkiye remain unchanged unless they officially update their names.
If you had Saved Searches that included filters for Turkey, please check them and update if necessary.
We have reviewed and tidied up our aircraft taxonomy for some of the Boeing freighter types.
New sub series have been created as follows: Continue reading “”
As the ongoing situation with Russia/Ukraine persists, Cirium continues to monitor the situation regarding the operation and status of aircraft in both countries. Continue reading “”
New ‘Advanced Air Mobility’ Market Sector
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.
We have exciting news! Today, the transition from 328SSG to Deutsche Aircraft GmbH has officially been completed. We are now working under the same brand towards a common goal: more climate-friendly regional aviation. Read all here: https://t.co/0wqaw2d6MK#weareDeutscheAircraft pic.twitter.com/iVsa2JQP7I
— Deutsche Aircraft (@Deu_Aircraft) October 8, 2021
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.