Flybe has announced a partnership with TrustFlight and its suite of digital tools, including Tech Log, AMOS and Centrik, designed to enhance the airline’s safety, regulatory compliance, and continuing airworthiness.
The combination of TrustFlight’s industry expertise and cutting-edge digital technology will help Flybe to deliver an efficient, cost-effective, competitive service to its customers, ensuring the highest levels of safety, compliance, and airworthiness.
Flybe Chief Technical Officer, Ron Karger, noted: “We started working closely with TrustFlight earlier this year, a relationship that has helped us realise our vision for a new, highly reliable, and extremely compliant Flybe fleet, which will be made up entirely of De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 (Q400) aircraft. We’re delighted to announce this new partnership and we look forward to an even stronger relationship with TrustFlight as we scale up our operation.”
As part of the powerful operational management solution, Centrik, TrustFlight’s EASA-endorsed Electronic Tech Log provides Flybe’s flight crew and engineering teams with remote, up-to-date access on the operational status, flight and maintenance history of their aircraft. The system places all relevant data in one easy-to-access portal, removing the need for paper processes, helping to eliminate transcription errors and deliver significant improvements in efficiency.
Flybe also uses TrustFlight’s continuing airworthiness management organisation (CAMO) function as well as its computer maintenance tracking system provided by Swiss-AS (AMOS) to ensure maximum reliability and regulatory compliance across the fleet. In addition, through Centrik, Flybe will also benefit from cloud-based, paperless access and control across every aspect of its operation, meaning all safety, risk, compliance, documents, training and more can be managed through a single source.Email Post to a Friend