WSI Europe to Market Flight Explorer Aircraft-Tracking Software in Europe
Announcement made at Dispatchers Worldwide 2001 Summit in Konstanz Germany
Fairfax, VA and Konstanz, Germany - May 14, 2001 - WSI Europe, the fastest growing independent weather provider, and Flight Explorer, the leading provider of Internet-based real-time flight tracking and information systems, today announced that WSI will market the Flight Explorer Professional™ aircraft tracking software in the European market.
The announcement was made at the Dispatchers Worldwide 2001 Summit which opened today in Konstanz, Germany, sponsored by the International Federation of Air Line Dispatchers' Associations.
Flight Explorer is the easiest, most powerful and reliable aircraft situation display in the industry. With only a personal computer and Internet access, anyone -- from a major airline dispatcher, fleet operations or airport manager, even an aviation authority -- can use Flight Explorer to track aircraft anywhere over the United Kingdom, United States and Canada and portions of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It provides a powerful tool for operations, ramp agents, pilots crew rooms, freight forwarders, air ambulance and others to provide improved service and operational and cost efficiencies.
"WSI is well-established and recognized as an aviation-industry leader in Europe," said Walter Kross, president and CEO of Flight Explorer. "We're excited to team with WSI to expand the international market for Flight Explorer, making it as well known in Europe and the Middle East as it is in the North America."
Graham Goldfarb, managing director of WSI, said, "Flight Explorer is the top product of its kind in the world and we anticipate strong demand for the system in the European and Middle East aviation community."
About Flight Explorer
Flight Explorer is the world's leading provider of Internet-based real-time flight tracking information, reporting and display products. It produces the industry's most reliable and widely used aircraft situation display system. Customers include United Airlines, American Airlines, UPS, US Airways, Southwest Airlines, FedEx, MCI WorldCom, Air Tran, Atlantic Coast Airlines, Trans Air, Air Alaska, Spirit Airlines, Raytheon and airport authorities in more than two dozen states. For more information, call 703-383-0048 or visit http://www.flightexplorer.com.
Founded in 1978, WSI is recognized as the world's leading source of weather and weather-related information, mission-critical systems, and presentation services.
WSI Europe serves aviation and broadcast customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. WSI continues to be the leader in developing advanced meteorological analysis and presentation systems including the market leader, PilotBrief International (PBI). Key aviation customers for PBI include BA, Lufthansa, SABENA, and Alitalia as well as specialist carriers such as easyJet and TNT. The Times of London recently cited WSI as the fastest growing independent weather services supplier. WSI is a division of Landmark Communications whose other holdings include "The Weather Channel" and weather.com, the world's largest weather website.