There are quite a few challenges facing anyone who has to manage regulatory compliance for even a single aircraft, let alone a fleet. There is one problem in particular that has always been a thorn in an aircraft owner’s side, and has been growing worse as both aircraft and the regulations regarding them become more complicated.
That problem is the huge volume of paperwork necessary to prove an aircraft’s airworthiness.
Whether you operate a small aircraft for personal or business use, or a fleet of aircraft, you are aware of the sheer volume of paperwork required to confirm each aircraft is ‘airworthy’ every year.
First, you must assemble proof that all the staff performing maintenance and checks on the aircraft are themselves certified, and then you must assemble the hundreds, sometimes thousands of documents they have produced during their maintenance / operational period and then the airworthiness review itself.
This is a daunting task, and for airlines and operators of multiple aeroplanes, the task becomes Herculean. Many hire one or more administrators just to handle the airworthiness paperwork tasks, which is in itself a very expensive proposition. It is not at all surprising that fleet owners / managers have been searching for a digital platform to provide an automated solution to the airworthiness paperwork problem for a long time.
The solution is FLYdocs Airworthiness Review Centre.
All of that documentary evidence can be collected by FLYdocs automatically within the Airworthiness Review Centre. At the touch of a button, FLYdocs collates all of the documents in the format required by virtually any local aviation authority. Without the software, it could take a CAMO Engineer or Manager several days (or even weeks) to sift through all the paperwork and compile the report.
If there were errors or missing values, it could take days to identify them (and who was responsible for them), and have them corrected.
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