Vistair selected by Air India for Airline Document Management
Vistair, the market leading provider of advanced Operational Document Management and Safety Management Systems for the aviation industry has been selected by Air India, to implement DocuNet across its flight operations.
The selection of DocuNet, the most complete, single platform for streamlined operational content, is central to the broader goal of revitalising the Tata-group owned airlines and to transform flight operations by empowering their workforce with modern, digital tools.
The contract includes the four airlines owned by TATA Sons - Air India, Vistara, Air India Express and AIX Connect which will merge into two airlines. The airlines will implement Vistair’s DocuNet Distribution Platform and DocuNet Airline Authoring for end-to-end operational document management.
Rob Morgan, CEO of Vistair said “We are delighted to announce our exciting new partnership with Air India and the wider Tata-owned airline group, and to support their investment in greater digitisation and modernisation of their systems. India is the third largest aviation market in the world, and this is a significant new business win for Vistair, further cementing our international growth and footprint in the APAC region.”
Vistair is one of the world's leading providers of Operational Data Management for aviation technical publications, safety, and regulatory content. Vistair is focused on driving market-leading innovation that simplifies the complex Flight Operations, Engineering, Safety and Compliance eco-system across the aviation industry and the defence sector. Our technology leads the way in the digital transformation of safety, efficiency, and compliance, driving higher standards across the industry. It is trusted by many of the most progressive aviation and defence organisations worldwide.