Virgin Atlantic Extends FLYdocs Contract

Virgin Atlantic has signed a five-year extension with FLYdocs for its aircraft data and record management software.

Under the terms of the agreement, FLYdocs will continue to provide the UK-based airline with the software along with technical services to manage all lease returns for 29 aircraft through to 2021.

“FLYdocs has enabled us to dramatically reduce the time it takes for staff to process documents and we have data entry at source round the globe,” said Chris Davey, head of aircraft asset management at Virgin Atlantic.

“Enabling self-service across the business has also significantly reduced the workload and pressures on the technical records department.”


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