Cebu Pacific Adopts Cloud-Based FLYdocs Platform to Digitize Aircraft Records

Cebu Pacific, the largest carrier in the Philippines, has selected the FLYdocs Aircraft Records Management platform for its fleet of 66 aircraft. The agreement will see the founding member of the Value alliance adopt a fully paperless approach to its records management.  

The FLYdocs platform has an enhanced integration with planning and maintenance software, AMOS, to  interface the two systems to deliver the world’s first and full digital aircraft compliance on-demand.  

The FLYdocs project is a major part of our digitalization strategy and progression towards becoming a world-class Engineering Business,” said Ian Wolfe, senior aAdviser for Engineering and Fleet Management at Cebu Pacifi. “Cebu Pacific is now an active user of the AMOS business system and this capability to transfer data between the two platforms seamlessly will really assist in streamlining our day-to-day processes, and enable more timely compliance and accuracy of Technical Records across our fleet. After evaluating several other suppliers, FLYdocs came out as the logical choice as they provided the most extensive platform to cover our needs, as we continue with our digitalization efforts. Going fully paperless will also help us reduce our environmental footprint as this will reduce our cumulative aircraft fuel burn, and consequently our carbon emissions. 

André Fischer, CEO at FLYdocs added, “This long-term partnership with Cebu Pacific comes at a time when we are really investing a lot of resources into the Asia-Pacific market. We are excited to partner with Cebu Pacific on their journey to becoming a truly paperless company with now both FLYdocs® and AMOS seamlessly working together to provide improved operational efficiencies. There are several players in the market, and we are delighted that FLYdocs continues to stand out as the leading platform of choice for a growing number of airlines.”  


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