Vistair’s DocuNet, will replace multiple systems at Viva Air to centralise its ﬂight operations and engineering data, providing a single point of control, greater capability to leverage the data, and increasing efficiency across the Viva Air Group.
The new partnership comes at a time of growth and development for Viva Air, with an expanding network of 16 destinations across Colombia, Peru and the United States.
DocuNet’s usability features will provide pilots, cabin crew and ground and maintenance teams with unmatched ﬂexibility and convenience, ensuring they have easy access to critical data, both online and offline, at any time.
Echoing Viva Air’s goal to simplify and improve their operational processes, DocuNet provides one single source of truth for ﬂight operations, engineering, and company data content. DocuNet’s ability to handle different format types such as Airbus SGML means that Viva Air’s Engineering team have increased mobility, being able to access all technical data with speed and accuracy.
Francisco Lalinde, COO and CPO at Viva Air comments "As we continue to scale, running a highly efficient airline is a key priority. DocuNet has contributed to this in transforming how we handle, leverage, and consume operational data, in particular streamlining engineering and ﬂight data onto one platform. We have been highly impressed with both the level and speed of service provided."
Dominic Clarke, Chief Commercial Officer at Vistair comments"We are excited to partner with Viva Air as our ﬁrst client in South America. Their ambitious growth plans, even in the context of a pandemic environment, reﬂect the demand in the region for their model. To support this, they are investing in the best technology, and are well-placed to succeed in an increasingly competitive environment." Viva Air joins a growing number of international airlines relying on Vistair’s document management platform. DocuNet supports more than 30 airlines globally, including Avelo, British Airways, DHL, easyJet, Frontier, Iberia, Qantas, Vueling, and Viva Aerobus.