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Required a 'Common Operating Picture' of all assets
With multiple craft, running multiple operations often at similar times, a common operating picture capable of presenting all this information in an organised, easy-to-understand manner was critical to Pacific Island Air.
For nearly a decade, Pacific Island Air has been flying tourists around the spectacular scenery of Fiji. With their fleet of 10 aircraft — four seaplanes, four helicopters, and two fixed-wing light aircraft — and locations at Nadi Airport and Denarau Marina, they offer everything from island transfers, sightseeing tours, and adventure packages to private charters, Medevac operations, and commercial flights.
Though they operate under the Fijian skies, Pacific Island Air sits under the umbrella of New Zealand-based parent company GCH Aviation — the only helicopter and aviation company in Aotearoa to hold a Diamond Safety Certificate, awarded for more than 35 years of incident-free flying.
TracPlus puts the power of visual tracking in the customer’s hands. Having a good sense of aircraft ETA or ETD is invaluable.
How Pacific Island Air uses TracPlus
Pacific Island Air is an operator of helicopters, amphibious seaplanes, and Brittan Norman Islanders operating within the Fiji Islands. Their operations and flight following team utilise TracPlus during daylight hours to monitor and provide flight watch on all aircraft operating within the domestic operations field.
With improved safety and communications, Pacific Island Air are able to have invaluable peace of mind.