TRAXXALL Technologies, providers of an innovative aircraft maintenance tracking and inventory management system, today officially announced new client Starlite Aviation Group.
Starlite is a leading provider of helicopter services with a specialization in complex missions, including: relief work, helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) and on/offshore oil and gas support. Starlite operates in excess of 45 aircraft, including a variety of Airbus, Bell, Guimbal, Robinson and Sikorsky helicopters, and TAF Sling 2 light fixed-wing aircraft.
After a rigorous comparative analysis of all available options, Starlite selected TRAXXALL for the maintenance tracking and inventory management of its entire fleet. (more…)
Quebec’s Diverse Aerospace Players Continue to Impress (Helicopters Magazine)- By Brian Dunn
While much of the aerospace attention in Quebec is garnered by major aerospace leaders such as Bombardier Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney Canada, Bell Helicopter Textron Canada and CAE, the world’s third-largest cluster is driven by some 40,000 employees who create some of the most diverse and cutting-edge aerospace products in the world.
Rich Anzalone brings almost 40 years of industry experience – and unmatched expertise in aircraft maintenance tracking – to newly-created role.
We’re excited to announce that TRAXXALL – our award-winning aircraft maintenance tracking system – is one of the first maintenance tracking systems to integrate with Rockwell Collins’s latest version of ARINCDirect Flight Operations System (FOS ®) 3.11.3.
Traxxall Technologies, providers of innovative aircraft maintenance tracking systems, today announced the appointment of Mr. Frank Neal as Maintenance Analyst. Frank brings more than 25 years of aviation maintenance experience to new role.
Traxxall’s own Mark Steinbeck, selected for Wings Magazine’s annual Top 20 Under 40 list of young aviation and aerospace leaders who are setting new standards.
Traxxall Technologies Announces Partnership with UK-based RocketRoute and New Client GlobeAir of Austria. Integrating maintenance tracking and flight planning offers greater efficiency, while air taxi operator uses Traxxall to boost competitive advantage
With more than ten years of international business development and sales experience, Blair’s mandate is to manage all sales initiatives outside North America. A Canadian national, he has lived and worked in the UK for the past three years. Prior to joining Traxxall, he worked in the financial services and technology sectors.
Aviation Business Daily – Day_2_Wednesday_Nov_18_2015 : Three Questions You Should Ask Your Maintenance Tracking Provider:
We sat down with Mark Steinbeck, president of Traxxall, to get a better understanding of what chief pilots, directors of maintenance, and other flight department managers are asking their maintenance tracking providers. Steinbeck, who was instrumental in the growth of Avtrak prior to joining Traxxall, also spent several years working for a Part 135 operator and has a deep understanding of what managers should be asking.
Q: What technologies are used to ensure data accuracy?
A: Any maintenance tracking system is only as good as the data that is put into it. With that said, it is very important for a system to be using today’s latest technology to help prevent data errors. There is technology available that, if your maintenance tracking provider has proper aviation experience, can be set up to automate backend functions and create many different types of if/then relationships to keep your data accurate. Historically, the customer or an analyst has had to manually manipulate data on the backend to make the system work correctly. Proper technology can dramatically reduce the chances of data inaccuracies.