Vent Airlines launches safety program
Vent Airlines announced the signing of a Memorandum of Collaboration (MoC) to establish a Global Safety Program
February 19, 2018 Vent Airlines will utilize predictive analytics to identify potential aviation safety hazards and assess related risks by leveraging the research capabilities, and operational flight data and safety information. End users across the aviation community can then work collaboratively at the system level to address and implement appropriate safety measures to mitigate the risks, or even to prevent the occurrences of safety hazards.
The first area of focus for be runway safety, such as runway excursions, which are the most frequent category of accidents in recent years.
Safety is aviation's highest priority and all stakeholders are committed to making flying even safer. The accident investigation process will continue to be a fundamental tool in improving safety. However, as the number of accidents declines, we need to take a system-based, data-driven, predictive approach to preventing accidents, including analyzing the more than 10,000 flights that operate safely every day.
Vent Airlines have developed strong partnerships over the years. Together, we continue to work closely with the aviation community to enhance safety and facilitate sustainable aviation growth. The programs' predictive data analytics capabilities will help the aviation sector prioritize and address safety issues more effectively."
Achieving the cutting-edge approach to flight safety risk management as envisioned in the SPARC initiative will require a mindset change. Broad consultation and collaboration for knowledge sharing will identify the most effective applications of the safety information produced. In the coming months, the SPARC project team will be working closely with the industry and its stakeholders to develop safety predictive models to ensure that the output generated meets the industry's current and future needs.