A Boeing subsidiary that distributes airspace safety notices to pilots entered its second day of outages caused by a cybersecurity incident.
Jeppesen, which provides electronic notice to air mission bulletins and applications for in-flight management tasks, is “currently experiencing technical issues with some of our products, services and communications channels,” as it states in a banner notice on its website.
The technical issue is a cyber incident whose nature Boeing won’t disclose. Among the disruption’s impacts is receipt and processing of the notices.
“At this time we have no reason to believe that this incident poses a threat to aircraft or flight safety,” a company spokesperson told Information Security Media Group.
Boeing is communicating with customers and regulatory authorities and is currently working on restoring full service “as soon as possible.”