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Cirrus chooses Flightdocs to enhance flight ops, warranty programCirrus chooses Flightdocs to enhance flight ops, warranty program

Flightdocs, which provides an integrated flight department management solution designed to eliminate inefficiencies, reduce costs, and increase aircraft uptime, announced a partnership with Cirrus Aircraft, the maker of the Vision Jet.

Flightdocs has partnered with Cirrus to streamline flight scheduling, crew management, flight logs, and interdepartmental communication for the manufacturer.

Flightdocs will support Cirrus Aircraft with its full suite of products and services offered under its flagship Flightdocs Enterprise product, including Fd | Operations, the company’s latest integrated module, which aims to streamline key functions including flight scheduling, crew management, flight logs, and interdepartmental communication, Flightdocs said. Cirrus is using the new platform to manage over 100 aircraft, 200 crewmembers, and multiple flight simulators.

As part of the agreement, Cirrus Aircraft will use the Flightdocs Enterprise maintenance platform to support all Vision Jet aircraft enrolled in the Jetstream comprehensive warranty and ownership program. Flightdocs Software as a Service Enterprise platform provides maintenance tracking, flight operations, and inventory management functionality to aircraft owners and operators.

“As the worldwide fleet of Vision Jets continues to grow, we needed a platform that would give us real-time insight into the maintenance status of the entire fleet,” said Travis Klumb, Cirrus Aircraft’s executive director of customer support. “Our customer service and engineering teams are able to utilize the intuitive dashboards and detailed reporting within Flightdocs to better support our customers and enhance the overall ownership experience.”

Ravi Dharnidharka, senior vice president of Cirrus Services and Business Development, added, “We chose Flightdocs based on their ability to further enhance the way we support our customers and fleet. Their focus on technology and support is perfectly aligned with our mission to provide a world-class experience throughout the lifetime of ownership.”

“We’re excited to kick off this new partnership with Cirrus,” said Greg Heine, president of Flightdocs. “Over the last year we’ve worked closely with their team to analyze their needs as an organization and execute on delivering an end-to-end solution that can effectively streamline several key processes and provide real-time data on their fleet and business. We’re looking forward to collaborating with their team far into the future.”

Flightdocs also announced three new integration partners for its Flightdocs Enterprise platform: Satcom Direct’s SD Pro two-way aircraft performance data transfer technology; Boeing’s parts inventory; and Flight Tax Systems’ tax reporting and compliance requirement software.

Alyssa J. Miller

Kollin Stagnito

Vice President of Publications/Editor
Vice President of Publications/Editor Kollin Stagnito is a commercial pilot, advanced and instrument ground instructor and a certificated remote pilot. He owns a 1947 Cessna 140.
Topics: National Business Aviation Association

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