Silk Way West Airlines takes another step to sustainability

When it comes to a less negative environmental impact in air cargo, every little bit helps – and that can be anywhere along the logistics chain. In Silk Way West Airlines’ case, the focus in this particular milestone, is on operation in the cockpit. It has chosen to adopt Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) solutions developed for the aviation industry by Essen, Germany-based Logipad. The company’s software has been developed with the aim of increasing efficiency and safety in aviation operations, and provides crews with access to real-time data and critical information and resources. Given the fact that all this information is available at the touch of a screen button, this greatly reduces the amount of, or need for, hard-copy paper versions of those documents.

Finger on the pulse of tech for good. Image: Silk Way West Airlines

Not that Silk Way West Airlines has partnered with Logipad, it will also benefit from more efficient, environmentally friendly process. The decision to adopt Logipad solutions was taken as an action within the airline’s sustainability strategy as well as its focus on digital transformation.

Wolfgang Meier, President of Silk Way West Airlines, summarized: “Joining the Logipad community is a significant milestone in our journey towards a global sustainable future. By introducing a paper and wood-saving program, we not only streamline our logistics processes but also contribute to environmental conservation. Silk Way West Airlines is dedicated to making responsible choices that benefit our planet and the communities we serve.”

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