Turkish carrier SunExpress has signed up for FLYdocs to provide its new aircraft records management platform.
The long-term agreement, which saw the system go live in September 2016, will see SunExpress’ predominantly Boeing fleet managed by FLYdocs’ system, with all of the airline’s aircraft records becoming digitized.
Announcing the deal today (October 25), Flydocs confirmed it has already delivered product training and data migration for the entire SunExpress fleet has commenced.
UK-based FLYdocs said that SunExpress will benefit from the platform’s functionality including automated records build, repair mapping and lightning speed search.
The need to change platform was partly due to SunExpress seeking a suitable records management solution in order to manage successful redelivery of its existing 737-800 fleet.
New aircraft are also incoming, with SunExpress currently undergoing a fleet renewal program.
Nearly 50 per cent of its current fleet is due to make way for newer generation aircraft, with existing orders in place for 25 737-800 and 737-8 MAX, beginning last year and scheduled for completion by 2021.
Cemil Sayar, director technic of SunExpress, said: “We are excited to be moving to a new digital way of working that will transform our current engineering practices and we ensure that we deliver against our ambitious asset transition programme, keeping us and our fleet at the forefront of aviation in Europe.”
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