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  • frogfather44 frogfather44 Dec 3, 2012 9:44 PM Flag

    Busy Week for WheelTug

    last week the had an exhibit at:

    6th Annual Flight Operations Conference
    28th and 29th November 2012
    London Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom
    The 6th Annual Flight Operations Conference is the world's only event that focuses wholly on the key, strategic issues that effect the operating of commercial aircraft. This year, amongst other items, the event is focusing on the key issues of iPad/Tablet technology in the Flight Deck, EU ETS, Pilotless Aircraft, ETL, Biofuel, SESAR, Fuel Efficiency

    This week they are attending and speaking at the

    The Future of Air Transport
    Marketforce and the IEA's 20th Anniversary Conference
    3rd & 4th December 2012, Millennium Mayfair Hotel, London

    Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, The Future of Air Transport is unrivalled in the scope and depth of its presentations. Record high fuel costs, European regulation, a turbulent economy and shifting travel trends present unprecedented challenges to the aviation industry. High-level speakers will examine how airlines can overcome these hurdles and provide delegates with insight into changing business models, customer expectations and opportunities for growth in 2013. Through topical discussion on the future of the industry and opportunities to network and share best practice, delegates from around the world are sure to leave the event well connected and well informed.

    This second show invites speakers you don't apply and they invited WheelTug's CEO
    Isaiah Cox

    November 27, 2012 03:00 ET
    Air Navigation Services and WheelTug Announce Agreement
    PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC--(Marketwire - Nov 27, 2012) - WheelTug plc is pleased to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (ANS CR), whereby ANS CR will become WheelTug's air navigation and air traffic services partner for European operations.

    "ANS CR is an active member of the world's leading air traffic management organizations, including CANSO (Civil Air Navigation Services Organization), ATCA (Air Traffic Control Association) and EUROCONTROL," said Isaiah Cox, CEO of WheelTug plc. "As WheelTug development moves forward, we are excited to bring their expertise to bear in incorporating WheelTug operations into aircraft ground traffic control, service procedures, and pilot training and manuals."

    In addition to integrating the WheelTug system into ground operating procedures, ANS CR Training Centre and ANS CR Aviation School will work with WheelTug plc in development of WheelTug training materials and operations manuals. "The ANS CR organization has a complete overview of both crew instruction and practical operations. As WheelTug comes to market, ANS CR will help us provide air and ground crews, and traffic controllers, with the highest quality of training," said Cox.

    Jan Klas, Director General of ANS CR, said, "WheelTug is an exciting program, opening up new opportunities to advance aircraft safety, operating efficiency and environmental protection. Our team is proud to bring the highest standards of operational integration, crew training, and traffic control services to this important green aerospace system."

    The WheelTug® aircraft drive system uses high-performance electric motors, installed in the nose gear wheels of an aircraft, to provide full mobility while on the ground, replacing tug vehicles and the use of jet engines for pushback and taxi.

    Current commercial aviation practice utilizes a tug for aircraft gate pushback, while forward taxi is powered by the aircraft's engines. Typically, a taxiing Boeing 737 burns 24 to 27 pounds of fuel per minute. The WheelTug uses only four pounds of fuel per minute because it is electrically powered by the aircraft's auxiliary power unit (APU). This represents an 80% reduction in ground operation fuel consumption.

    In addition to reducing fuel consumption, other benefits of the WheelTug aircraft drive system include: substantially reduced carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions, increased safety and flexibility of operations, faster turnaround times, reduced engine wear and repair costs, and decreased noise pollution. WheelTug estimates the total savings at over US$500,000 per aircraft per year.

    WheelTug systems will be offered to airlines entirely on a lease, or power-by-the-hour model, so that the systems can be installed and operated on aircraft without any capital expenditure on the part of airline customers. To date, 285 delivery slots for WheelTug systems have been reserved by airlines.

    Other WheelTug partner companies include Parker Hannifin, Gables Engineering, Resource Group, Co-Operative Industries, ICE Corporation, Endeavor Analysis, and Dynetic Systems.

    P.S.
    Sales efforts worldwide. We are now in conversations, directly and through agents, with 200 airlines and numerous other parties

 
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