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Vistair to support Qantas Engineering document management

Jul 08th 2021

Vistair expands its relationship with the Australian flag carrier, renewing DocuNet™ aviation document management services which leverage Vistair’s investment in maintenance and engineering content.

Vistair Systems, a leading provider of aviation document and safety management solutions, is pleased to announce it has expanded its relationship with Australia’s flag carrier, Qantas, and will provide a document management service to support both flight operations and engineering.

As a result of a relationship stretching back to 2011 and a service that has reliably supported Qantas’ flight operations team, Vistair will now work with Qantas Engineering to transform and manage their total engineering library of nearly 200,000 digital documents.

As part of the agreement, the Qantas team will further benefit from the power of DocuNet’s enhanced features such as advanced search and Meta Data Control, in addition to Temporary Revision and Supplement capabilities. This will provide contextual data information direct to front line users and improve information provided to MRO and Qantas engineering teams, and ultimately lead to greater efficiency and reduced costs.

Wayne Enis, Chief Solutions Officer comments “With ongoing investment in our Engineering platform across both Non-OEM and OEM maintenance data, it is rewarding to see Qantas’ recognition of our capabilities in this area. Combined with our Flight Ops expertise we can now enable airlines to have a truly single platform for operational content across the airline.  

Established in 2001, Vistair is one of the world’s leading suppliers of aviation management software. Their Document Management and Safety Management solutions are used by over 40 clients across the world. Clients include Qantas, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, Iberia, MAA, easyJet and Ryanair. Recent additions include Breeze Airways, Frontier Airlines, Leonardo Helicopters, Transavia France and Avelo Airways.


Image used with permission from: Simon Freeman

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