Pegasus Airlines is moving its document authoring process and compliance management with Comply365’s end-to-end authoring and distribution platform, including its mobile app.
Comply365 announced that Pegasus will use ProAuthor to author and manage its Airbus, Boeing and company manuals across all its departments to support its ambitious growth plan that builds on the 129 destinations it flies to in 48 countries across Europe, Asia and Africa.
Pegasus needed a secure, enterprise solution to standardize the authoring and management of their manuals to enable departments to work seamlessly with automated workflows.
“Safety and compliance are essential to our operations, and we needed a proven, aviation-grade solution to ensure consistency and up-to-date information across all the content that we distribute to our crews,” Pegasus CEO Güliz Öztürk said.
“The Comply365 solution will bring an agile, streamlined approach to our processes with a more efficient system, that is able to support our growth plans and evolving needs. We are happy to partner with Comply365, as it not only brings an innovative solution, but a dedicated team focused on helping us maximize the value of the product, in areas that matter to us the most,” Öztürk said.
Pegasus is among the airlines that is recovering capacity the fastest since the pandemic, as the number of passengers on its international routes grew by over 96 percent in 2022 compared to the previous year. With new aircraft planned for delivery, the airline aims to increase its total capacity this year by about 20 percent with plans to exceed 100 aircraft.
As Pegasus onboards new aircraft, ProAuthor will enable faster, more routine manual revisions and help the airline remain audit ready. Comply365’s mobile app will automate compliance tracking for the airline’s 6,000 users and equip frontline employees with electronic forms to send data to the operations staff, to enable data-driven decisions.
“It’s a pleasure to welcome Pegasus to the Comply365 Community, as they reinforce our growing presence in the region,” Comply365 CEO Tom Samuel said. “We look forward to supporting their growth and enhancing the safety and efficiency across their operation.”
Pegasus marks the second Turkish carrier to turn to Comply365. They join more than 90 global customers relying on Comply365’s operational content and compliance management platform, from start-up airlines to the world’s largest carriers, as well as cargo, business, Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), flight training and rail operations.