At JSSI, we support more than 5,000 business aircraft, including all makes and models of business jets, turboprops, and helicopters. This means we are uniquely positioned to connect a wealth of independent and objective maintenance data to deliver substantial time and cost efficiencies for our customers and help them make more informed decisions.
Historically, maintenance tracking was done with rudimentary tools such as index cards, whiteboards and paper logbooks. Given the sophistication of modern business aircraft and the complexity of managing numerous maintenance requirements, leveraging the latest web-based software technology would seem a good choice for aircraft operators and corporate flight departments.
From a maintenance-tracking perspective, tracking helicopter maintenance requirements with a computer or web-based system is relatively new when compared to fixed-wing. What are the differences between tracking your helicopters and your fixed-wing aircraft? Why are these differences important to understand? Here are a few simple steps that all helicopter operators should do to have a successful experience with their maintenance-tracking system. Fixed-wing operators can benefit from this also.
Airbus Helicopters upgraded MRO software provider TRAXXALL to Premium status at the HAI Heli-Expo 2019 in Atlanta today. TRAXXALL’s data interfaces with Airbus systems will increase and the two-way exchange of maintenance and aircraft data from Airbus to the customer’s maintenance information systems (MIS) will deepen further.
Aviation maintenance tracking software specialist TRAXXALL (Booth B1029), which has seen a significant jump in its helicopter business with operators now in 33 countries, has been preparing for this growth with expanded teams that are dedicated to the helicopter space.