Air Iceland, a regional subsidiary of Icelandair, has selected FLYdocs’ suite of electronic aircraft records management software and data migration services.
During the migration phase, which has already commenced, a FLYdocs team will be based on-site at the airline’s headquarters in Reykjavik.
UK-based FLYdocs said it anticipates completion of the scanning of Air Iceland’s fleet before the end of 2016.
By signing the 10-year agreement, Air Iceland follows the lead of its parent group, which selected FLYdocs earlier this year to digitalize its aircraft records management.
As a result of entering into the contract, the airline predicts multiple long-term benefits.
“We see the value in working digitally and particularly in the process enhancements and operational cost savings it will bring,” said Bjartur Torfason, Air Iceland’s technical director.
“I am looking forward to having secure and instant access to all our aircraft records.”