Jeppesen

Jeppesen

Englewood, CO, United States
Englewood United States
Founded:
1934

Jeppesen (also known as Jeppesen Sanderson) is an American company that specializes in navigational information, planes, operations management and optimization solutions, crew and fleet management solutions and flight training products and services. Jeppesen serves four market segments (Commercial Aviation, Business Aviation, Military, and General Aviation). Wikipedia

Jeppesen

Englewood, CO, United States
Englewood United States

Jeppesen (also known as Jeppesen Sanderson) is an American company that specializes in navigational information, planes, operations management and optimization solutions, crew and fleet management solutions and flight training products and services. Jeppesen serves four market segments (Commercial Aviation, Business Aviation, Military, and General Aviation). Wikipedia

Founded:
1934
  • Jan 22 at 0:16 PM
    The art of flying. Have that experience today way up high. #MondayMotivation
  • Jan 19 at 0:28 PM
    The Bell X-1, the first manned aircraft to break the sound barrier, made its first flight #OnThisDay in 1946. Photo credit: Ad Meskens
  • Jan 18 at 0:55 PM
    #OnThisDay in 1957: Operation Power Flite concluded when three B-52 Stratofortresses completed the first circumnavigation flight by a jet aircraft. The trip was 24,325 miles long and took 45 hours and 19 minutes to complete.
  • Jan 15 at 0:22 PM
    On this day in 2009, The Miracle on the Hudson. To recognize Captain Sully and the crew of US Airways flight 1549, we presented this commemorative chart back in 2010.

Jan 22, 0:16 PM

The art of flying. Have that experience today way up high. #MondayMotivation

Jan 19, 0:28 PM

The Bell X-1, the first manned aircraft to break the sound barrier, made its first flight #OnThisDay in 1946. Photo credit: Ad Meskens

Jan 18, 0:55 PM

#OnThisDay in 1957: Operation Power Flite concluded when three B-52 Stratofortresses completed the first circumnavigation flight by a jet aircraft. The trip was 24,325 miles long and took 45 hours and 19 minutes to complete.

Jan 15, 0:22 PM

On this day in 2009, The Miracle on the Hudson. To recognize Captain Sully and the crew of US Airways flight 1549, we presented this commemorative chart back in 2010.