Flydocs has been awarded a 10-year contract to digitise the records and asset management of easyJet’s fleet.
The low-cost airline will utilise Flydocs’ AMOS integration, a tailored software package, and digital records migration to “further modernise their operations and support aircraft transitions”, according to the asset management solution provider, which is 100 per cent owned by Lufthansa Technik.
“Our focus for this year has been to truly cement our place as the partner of choice for digital records management in the industry, and this latest announcement proves that the hard work of the entire Flydocs team is truly paying off,” said Flydocs’ chief commercial officer John Bowell.
“The first step of our partnership involved supporting their aircraft transitions, and we continue to provide a range of other in-demand Flydocs services.
“We’re absolutely delighted to welcome an airline of easyJet’s calibre to become our latest partner, and are committed to helping them stay at the forefront of technology advancements in aircraft maintenance.”
EasyJet’s head of fleet technical management Swaran Sidhu commented: “At easyJet we remain focused on finding ways to be ever more innovative and data-driven in our operation, and we are already seeing benefits from our operation resilience processes, predictive maintenance and maintenance planning.
“We are delighted to now be working with industry leaders Flydocs, whose innovative approach to digitisation of aircraft maintenance records will support us and our fleet of over 300 aircraft across Europe, and further reinforce our efforts to this commitment.”