Brussels Airlines, flag carrier and largest airline of Belgium, recently signed a contract with FLYdocs, extending their partnership for end-of-lease (EOL) return services for an Airbus A330 aircraft.
For the two subsidiaries of the Lufthansa Group, this latest project includes a build and audit as well as a digital migration of the A330’s records before delivery back to its lessor.
Olivier Kesteloot, Aircraft Transition Manager at Brussels Airlines said: “A few months ago we worked with the FLYdocs team for five of our A319 aircraft. Given the success of those transitions, we are delighted to once again partner with the team who always react quickly to support the on–time delivery of all our aircraft.”
FLYdocs Commercial and Marketing Director, John Bowell also commented: “This extended partnership with Brussels Airlines is a real testament of our commitment to our clients. It also further demonstrates the value of digitally–driven aircraft transitions as the smart and optimal approach for the future. We certainly look forward to working with Brussels Airlines once again.”