Greater Bay Airlines (HGB), a Hong Kong based airline announced it partnered with FLYdocs to digitize maintenance records for its fleet of Boeing 737-800s.
The start-up airline founded by Hong Kong tycoon Bill Wong Cho-bau signed a five-year deal with FLYdocs to automate and digitize its aircraft records. The partnership will enable the operator to capitalise on digital transformation by utilizing the seamless integration between FLYdocs and the leading M&E platform, AMOS for full compliance-on-demand.
“We are a new player in the market, so it is imperative that we begin operations with processes that deliver on both innovation and efficiency to help us meet our objectives,” Algernon Yau, CEO of Greater Bay Airlines said. “The entire team at FLYdocs instilled confidence and assurance that the partnership we are creating together represents the future of digitization to help us drive operational efficiency into our business as we embark on this exciting journey.”
John Bowell, director of Commercial & Marketing at FLYdocs added, “This is a fantastic opportunity for FLYdocs in supporting a start-up airline which is a first for us. The global pandemic has massively disrupted our industry, so it’s inspiring to see signs of recovery and a very positive outlook with operators like Greater Bay Airlines entering the scene. What is even more encouraging is that the team at Greater Bay Airlines are already championing digital solutions like the FLYdocs platform and AMOS to drive greater safety, sustainability and compliance outcomes. We look forward to growing our collaboration and wish them all the success going forward.”