CASE STUDY

Executive Fliteways

The customer

Executive Fliteways, Inc., is an FAA Part-135 charter operator headquartered in Ronkonkoma, Long Island, New York. The company manages seven aircraft: a Cessna Citation Excel, a Bombardier Challenger 605, a Dassault Falcon 900, a Bombardier Global Express, a Gulfstream IV, a Gulfstream V and a Bombardier Learjet 60. Executive Fliteways, Inc. offers private charter and comprehensive aircraft management services to a select clientele.

The challenge

Julian Murray, Chief Inspector at Executive Fliteways, Inc., has 40 years of industry experience. He holds a commercial/ instrument multi-engine pilot’s license and has written technical manuals for the FAA. As Chief Inspector, Julian’s principal responsibilities are to provide oversight of inspection and maintenance of the aircraft in his fleet.

“Prior to Traxxall, we used competing systems for maintenance tracking,” says Julian. “One of the biggest issues with those competing systems were their inflexibility. There were a lot of restrictions on what you could and could not do when generating reports. Also, there wasn’t that much help available online. You ended up having to speak to someone to get things done, which could obviously be time-consuming.”

“Comparatively speaking, Traxxall offers better value than other maintenance tracking systems. It’s a very well-structured and powerful tool. Once you get comfortable with it, you can customize Traxxall to generate reports tailored to your specific needs. I can mold it to do whatever I want…”

– E. Julian Murray, Chief Inspector

The customer

Executive Fliteways, Inc., is an FAA Part-135 charter operator headquartered in Ronkonkoma, Long Island, New York. The company manages seven aircraft: a Cessna Citation Excel, a Bombardier Challenger 605, a Dassault Falcon 900, a Bombardier Global Express, a Gulfstream IV, a Gulfstream V and a Bombardier Learjet 60. Executive Fliteways, Inc. offers private charter and comprehensive aircraft management services to a select clientele.

The challenge

Julian Murray, Chief Inspector at Executive Fliteways, Inc., has 40 years of industry experience. He holds a commercial/ instrument multi-engine pilot’s license and has written technical manuals for the FAA. As Chief Inspector, Julian’s principal responsibilities are to provide oversight of inspection and maintenance of the aircraft in his fleet.

“Prior to Traxxall, we used competing systems for maintenance tracking,” says Julian. “One of the biggest issues with those competing systems were their inflexibility. There were a lot of restrictions on what you could and could not do when generating reports. Also, there wasn’t that much help available online. You ended up having to speak to someone to get things done, which could obviously be time-consuming.”