Icelandair has signed a ten-year contract with FLYdocs for its electronic aircraft records management software.
The airline said it is transitioning from manual record management to a fully digital platform and will begin switching over data on its fleet of 34 aircraft in June.
Ásgeir Bjarni Larusson, manager maintenance management at Icelandair, said: “FLYdocs will structure our data and make it available digitally all in one place. It will allow us to find records as-and-when we need them for all our aircraft, going back years. This will make us much more efficient and bring significant savings.”