Copa Airlines has selected GE Aviation’s AirVault Digital Records Management System for its fleet of nearly 100 Boeing 737 and Embraer 190 aircraft. Integration is currently taking place with Copa Airlines cross-fleet maintenance management system. The system enables connectivity between the airline’s maintenance systems, with the capability of capturing the relevant data to connect with MRO’s and lessors.
“These new digital technologies will enable deeper integration of digital records management, so Copa Airlines can better manage their operations as their fleet continues to grow,” said John Mansfield, chief digital officer for GE Aviation. “The system provides a global storage service for digital document management connecting the airline’s internal maintenance operations and suppliers for improved operational efficiencies to meet the regulatory requirements of the aviation industry.”
The AirVault records management system is a mission-critical, cloud-based electronic document management system designed to manage the digital content and bi-directional processes of aircraft maintenance records for the world’s largest airlines. The system provides a comprehensive solution that digitizes, indexes and archives all airline record types.
“The implementation of AirVault digital records management is part of the global digital transformation at Copa Airlines,” said Pablo Rousselin, senior manager, Projects, MRO Systems with Copa Airlines. “AirVault is the solution that best met our requirements. The system helps make our team’s daily operations significantly more efficient.”
The AirVault digital records management system manages more than seven billion aircraft maintenance records with one million new updates per day across a global aircraft MRO ecosystem.
This expands the historic engines relationship between GE Aviation and Copa Airlines to support the airlines digital transformation.