TrustFlight partners with interCaribbean Airways for digital transformation

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TrustFlight, a technology innovator in aviation, has announced its collaboration with the Caribbean regional airline interCaribbean Airways.

The partnership aims to streamline operations and enhance safety by adopting TrustFlight’s Electronic Logbook (ELB) across the interCaribbean fleet.

The ELB replaces traditional paper-based processes, offering real-time insights into aircraft performance while eliminating time-consuming tasks. This move towards digitization aligns with interCaribbean Airways’ goal of operational efficiency and enhanced safety metrics.

“TrustFlight is committed to our global airline partners and we look forward to supporting interCaribbean Airways’ goal of going paperless,” said Karl Steeves, CEO, TrustFlight. “We are seeing the demand for Electronic Logbook solutions increase across all segments of aviation, led by commercial airlines, and we forecast that trend to continue as operators seek ways to enhance efficiencies in a post-COVID world.”

interCaribbean Airways operates a diverse fleet of aircraft, including Embraer, ATR, CRJ, and DHC-6 Twin Otter models. By adopting TrustFlight’s ELB, the airline aims to expedite information communication and maintenance processes, leading to improved operational efficiency.

“interCaribbean has been evaluating an Electronic Logbook solution and concluded TrustFlight offers the right blend of customization with one of the best user interfaces we have evaluated,” said Craig Chapple, COO of interCaribbean Airways. “We look forward to the implementation of this solution for positive benefits in enhancing our safety metrics, reduced risk, and improved digital compliance.”

TrustFlight’s Electronic Logbook facilitates fully digital workflows for crew and maintenance personnel, automating vital information to enhance speed and accuracy. Additionally, the ELB seamlessly integrates with existing systems, enabling users to maintain a connected digital ecosystem.

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