JAWS – Joint AeroWeb Systems


A system that brings all the airlines systems together under one “umbrella”. Not only does it enable easy access to all functions world-wide, it also integrates the different systems with each other.

JAWS “core”

A easy accessible web-based intranet. The CMS (Content Management System built into the intranet) offers flexibility to customize and tailor it’s functionality with little effort. By integrating everything from crew-/traffic scheduling systems to discussion forums we offer the company themselves, as well as their customers a portal where they may share information and work together with ease.

Modules and functionalities like:

DynamicSource performance
We are able to run the FORTRAN based SCAP modules on the iOS platform, enabling powerful and lightning fast takeoff, dispatch landing and time of arrival landing performance calculations.

All calculations are logged and accessible at the DynamicSource Performance backend available at the JAWS-intranet. All calculations made offline will sync with the server when the device is on-line.

Generate reports with On-Time-/Performed flight- statistics and more. You may extract and combine any data stored in crew- and/or traffic scheduling systems for your custom built reports.

Filtered data from our Statistics system may be exported to generate EU ETS reports.

QSDS (Quality and Safety Documentation System)

Flight List
Offers real-time flight status with different filters/interactivity for airline departments as well as customers.

Linked to your crew-scheduling system and/or by creating your own items, you may associate these with individual and/or groups of users on the intranet to keep track of expire dates and such.

A tool to let users confirm when they have received information (e.g. news/files) shared via JAWS.

EFB data
There are a number of customizable modules to communicate with different EFB-systems, and manage the data on the intranet. This includes (but is not limited too) Loadsheets, Performance calculations and documents.

Device compatibility
JAWS is designed to work on most handheld devices as smartphones, tablets.



Basic data is retrieved from underlying databases linked to the ”Planning & Scheduling” system used, and / or separate databases where information concerning the flights are saved. The structure of these databases does not need to be adjusted because loading is configured ”locally” in JAWS. It is therefore compatible with all types of reference systems (such as RM / PDC). Once the basic data is fetched it may be filtered within the time periods and other conditions to suit the type of report you would like to create.


After retrieval / filtering of basic data, you can create graphs of e.g. on-time performance or dispatch reliabilty. The underlying data that are the foundation for these graphs can be exported to Excel for use in your own reports or templates that you already have in use.


Via the Statistics module you can also create a basis for ETS reporting based on the data that you select. The system will group flights with airport pairs and produces a table which is consistent with EPA’s requirements for reporting emissions. By connecting loadsheet data into the system you can automate the calculations of fuel consumption per aiport pair, and calculate the value of tonne-kilometers.