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Azul partners with Vistair across Engineering and Flight Operations

Jun 06th 2022
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Vistair, a leading software and technology company that drives operational efficiencies for aviation organisations, is pleased to announce that Azul has selected their DocuNet solution to accelerate digital transformation across Engineering and Flight Operations.

 

As one of the largest, fast-growing Airlines in South America, Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras is known for its innovative company culture. Operating at almost pre-pandemic levels Azul is driving a step-change in operational efficiencies: streamlining processes and reducing costs.

 

Moving towards an enterprise-wide paperless, cloud-based approach: Azul has selected Vistair's DocuNet to accelerate this journey.

 

Azul will manage and distribute over 20,000 operational documents to over 12,000 users (including Engineers, Pilots, Cabin Crew, Ground staff), with a single point of control, increased compliance, and advanced mobility, in particular for mobile maintenance.

 

DocuNet will provide a robust centralised platform for all content types, including: Engineering OEM specific data (Airbus, Boeing, ATR, Embraer), Component Maintenance Manuals, Inflight, Ground and Flight Operations data.

 

Jorge Paiva – IT Business Solutions Manager, Comments “We have been working with Vistair to optimise our Technical Publications and data across Azul’s entire operation, increasing accessibility and control, in order to achieve next level Digital Transformation.

We found that DocuNet meets all of our needs. It’s unique ability to handle multiple data formats together with Vistair being a great partner to work with, has provided us everything we need in one solution.

Both teams are super integrated and working together on a successful implementation – Thanks to the teams at both Vistair and Azul for such commitment on the project!”

 

About Azul

Azul S.A. (B3: AZUL4, NYSE: AZUL), the largest airline in Brazil by number of flight departures and cities served, offers more than 900 daily flights to more than *150* destinations. With an operating fleet of 160 aircraft and more than 12,000 crewmembers, Azul has a network of more than 240 non-stop routes. In 2020 Azul was awarded best airline in the world by TripAdvisor, the first time a Brazilian Flag Carrier ranked number one in the Traveler’s Choice Awards. For more information visit www.voeazul.com.br/ir.

 

 About Vistair

With 40+ Aviation partners globally, Vistair is the benchmark for industry best practice in operational content management. All document types and formats are digitised and managed in a single and modern centralised platform.

 

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