Lufthansa CityLine has signed a deal with FLYdocs to automate and manage its aircraft records across its fleet of 51 aircraft.

    The Lufthansa Group subsidiary, which specialises in European feeder services connecting the airline’s Frankfurt and Munich hubs, signed a five-year deal with the records management company.

    FLYdocs said it would help the airline to adopt a fully paperless approach to its records management. The FLYdocs platform offers an enhanced integration with M&E software ‘AMOS’ from Swiss Aviation-Software, which Lufthansa CityLine already uses as its core ERP system. The “seamless” integration will allow full digital aircraft compliance on-demand, FLYdocs said.

    “Our partnership with FLYdocs will be instrumental in helping us to generate major cost and efficiency savings,” said Lufthansa CityLine’s vice president technical fleet management Michael Lariviere.

    “To maintain our high technical standards it is imperative that we have the most accurate and compliance-driven processes for managing our assets. FLYdocs has a convincing track record of being a collaborative partner so we look forward to growing this relationship.”

    FLYdocs’ director of commercial & marketing John Bowell commented: “We are excited to welcome another subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group to the FLYdocs community as their asset solution partner.

    “By aligning the AMOS and FLYdocs platforms through our seamless integration, we are making important data more accessible to operators like Lufthansa CityLine and helping them to advance their business continuity as they start to experience growth once again. This is just the beginning of what will undoubtedly be a fruitful partnership.”