On May 22, 2017
Hot news! Today we are excited to launch the latest release of SkyBreathe® in Chinese language! And what a beautiful version it is. “We have 2 Asian airlines among our 22 customers now using our system so we are excited to demonstrate our increased commitment to SkyBreathe’ Chinese users. Clearly, China has extraordinary opportunities of growth
On March 28, 2017
Alexandre Feray, CEO OpenAirlines talk about fuel efficiency and Co2 emission at CAAC TV, Chinese Civil Aviation TV. Source: OpenAirlines CEO谈如何当好航企的节油教练 http://tv.caacnews.com.cn/?p=14093
On February 1, 2017
On Thursday 26th of January, OpenAirlines was selected by a jury of professionals as the winner of Energetic Transition Trophy and a prize money of 15 000 € at INN'OVATIONS Trophies, during the Salon of Midinnov, for SkyBreathe®, its eco-efficient flight software solution.The objective of this annual competition, organized by Madeeli,...
On January 6, 2017
in 2017, let your dreams take off!The team of OpenAirlines wants to wish you a happy New Year! We hope you had a great 2016 and that 2017 will be even better. Thank you for following our news and we look forward to bringing you another year’s worth of stories.
On July 12, 2016
Enjoy the movie of our Seminar, july 2016 in Ariège, Pyrénées, France.
On November 28, 2015
Watch the video of our 1st SkyBreathe User Group Conference : OpenDay.In november 2015, we had a fruitful conference in a professional yet relaxed atmosphere in Paris. Thank you all and see you next year for an event better 2nd User Group Conference!
On June 16, 2015
OpenAirlines a su se rendre indispensable pour un nombre croissant de compagnies aériennes, en leur permettant de réduire leur consommation de carburant. Grâce à des logiciels de haut niveau, fruit du savoir-faire français.Read more on Air And Cosmos Website
On January 1, 2014
En 2006, Alexandre Feray a créé OpenAirlines, une entreprise innovante qui compte aujourd’hui une dizaine de salariés et qui a développé après 5 ans de recherches, un logiciel permettant aux compagnies aériennes de consommer moins de carburant. Comment ?Cet ancien salarié d’Air France avait depuis longtemps une idée fixe...