FLYdocs announced that Denver-based Frontier Airlines has signed a long-term agreement to manage their aircraft fleet using FLYdocs. Using the platform, Frontier will be able to keep maintenance documentation current throughout the life of their assets, the company says this will deliver process efficiencies during end of lease transitions, as well as protect asset value and enable compliance on demand.
FLYdocs says it integrates with Frontier’s TRAX maintenance system so all relevant maintenance data will be uploaded into the FLYdocs platform, which will then automatically build compliance documentation in near real-time. This will provide Frontier with fully digitized end-to-end aircraft compliance management and enable Frontier to proactively manage its forthcoming aircraft transitions and ensure a smooth delivery program.
“We are pleased to have FLYdocs to manage our records,” Bob Steele, director of Quality Assurance at Frontier said. “We expect FLYdocs to provide business-wide technical support and add significant value to our operations as we continue to expand our fleet and transition aircraft in and out.”