Welcome to the ECCAIRS community portal.
This web portal supports organisations using (or interested in using) the ECCAIRS software for the collection and exchange of their aviation safety information.
Friday, 31 March 2017 02:22
Two large aircraft were involved in a minor collision at Changi Airport early yesterday, delaying the journeys of more than 600 passengers who were on board. Nobody was injured, but the Airbus...
Friday, 31 March 2017 02:10
If all goes to plan, more than 300,000 infants in the United States will sleep in cardboard boxes before year’s end. That’s according to a Los Angeles-based business called Baby Box Co., which is...
Friday, 31 March 2017 02:05
Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has completed its 50,000th orbit this week, continuing to compile the most sharp-eyed global coverage ever accomplished by a camera at the red planet. ...
Recovery of bodies from helicopter crash set to resume The recovery of the bodies of five members of the same family who died when their helicopter crashed in Snowdonia is expected to resume on...
Friday, 31 March 2017 02:04
The recovery of the bodies of five members of the same family who died when their helicopter crashed in Snowdonia is expected to resume on Friday morning. Feared to be among the dead are Kevin...
Friday, 31 March 2017 02:02
This isn't true. Violent crime has been falling in Scotland year on year. The curriculum for excellence was devised according to the best possible current international practice in education -...
White Papers : New White Paper about understanding queries in ECCAIRS
Tuesday, 07 June 2016
ECCAIRS 5 offers powerful and flexible querying capabilities. However, constructing the queries and getting the expected results is not always simple. The aim of this white paper is to give the user the basic understanding of how the query builder and the queries work and point out some of the most common traps a user may fall into. This white paper also provides useful examples of simple and a bit more complex queries, which the user can then apply to his/her own needs.
NB. This paper replaces a White Paper called 'ECCAIRS 5 Advanced Querying'
Link: Web site link
General News : New ECCAIRS Portal
Tuesday, 19 April 2016
The ECCAIRS portal has been updated. The changes with respect to the old version are:
- Updated versions of the CMS platform
- New style
- Improved performance
- FMS simplified and reorganized structure
- Review of the content
- ECCAIRS 4 references removed
- Login and logout from every page
- Link to public SRIS
- Automated web links to organisations
- Clean up of the user base