Cathay Pacific Extends FLYdocs’ E-records Contract

Cathay Pacific has extended its contract with FLYdocs for electronic records management software across its fleet.

Cathay Pacific has extended its contract with FLYdocs for electronic records management software across its fleet.

Under the terms of the ten-year contract, Hong Kong-based Cathay will continue to use FLYdocs as a source for all data required for the redelivery of aircraft.

Cathay said since returning its first aircraft with the FLYdocs system in 2013, it has delivered all other nine aircraft on time and paper free.

Mcgee Sim, technical records manager, Cathay Pacific, said: “FLYdocs is intuitive, easy to use, highly performant and functionally rich. For me however, the first class service delivered by the FLYdocs team even further sets them apart.”

 

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