With flydocs’ latest digital solution LAM, Etihad will have the capability to track the live technical status of its assets against lease conditions, predict maintenance events, cost, and exposure under various flight profile scenarios, and manage maintenance reserves.
BIRMINGHAM, UK – flydocs, leading digital records and asset management solution provider for the aviation industry, announced the signing of a five-year deal with Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the United Arab Emirates, to digitise the records and asset management of its fleet.
In addition to providing Etihad Airways with the market-leading digital records management solution, flydocs will implement its latest digital solution Lifecycle Asset Management (LAM) and support the technical records department with outsourced services.
Commenting on the signing, Savas Toplama, Chief Commercial Officer at flydocs said; “We are pleased to serve our customers in the Middle East and provide them with the best-in-class digital infrastructure. It is an absolute honour to collaborate with UAE’s national airline, Etihad Airways. To be chosen as their customer partner of choice demonstrates the value digitally driven aircraft transitions can create in aircraft maintenance, and we look forward to supporting them with our digital records management software solutions. Since we’ve been managing their redeliveries for the last two years, they recognised the value of our partnership which further advanced to opting for our software offerings of digital records management and our latest digital solution Lifecycle Asset Management. Our newest software solution would meet the requirements for simplified and automated fleet planning for leased or owned assets. They have yet again shown trust and commitment in us, and we look forward to adhering to the highest standards of quality excellence.”
Mohammad Al Bulooki, Chief Operating Officer at Etihad Airways also commented; “With Etihad’s mission to digitally transform its operations and with flydocs’ innovative approach to digitisation of aircraft maintenance records and their LAM solution, the airline is optimistic that this partnership would enable its organisational growth with the highest levels of efficiency. Etihad looks ahead to tracking its lease conditions against real-time aircraft configurations and managing them effectively through greater visibility.”
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