Pobeda Airlines has purchased the Fox Training Management System by Britannica Knowledge Systems as its new training management platform. In flight since December 2014, Pobeda is a new and growing low-cost airline, slated to have 108 routes across Russia and abroad by mid-June 2019.
“We chose Fox due to its ability to optimize the process of managing crew and instructor qualification. It will also solve the problem connected to electronic document circulation,” said Denis Petrikov, director of Flight OPS at Pobeda Airlines. “We are looking forward to using Fox to create training programs and scenarios based on pilot qualification levels.”
Pobeda will use Fox to manage and improve pilot qualification training and compliance, courseware delivery, online testing, and performance evaluation. Fox’s scheduling module will oversee all pilot training events and resources. Pobeda’s instructors and evaluators will use the Fox Grading app to ensure training quality and maintain standards by capturing performance data, in real-time on mobile devices, both online and offline. In addition, Pobeda will implement Fox with the support of Fox’s new easy onboarding tools and guidelines.
“We at Britannica Knowledge Systems are thrilled to be part of this young Russian airline’s ascent in the low-cost airline sector,” said Miki Ringelhim, VP, Sales at Britannica Knowledge Systems. “As Pobeda expands its fleets and destinations, Fox’s cutting-edge technology and solutions will assure continuous training quality improvement.”
“Due to our new ‘Fox for All’ approach, Pobeda can benefit from the same comprehensive features as our larger airline customers such as ANA, American Airlines, British Airways, LATAM and United Airlines,” said Yehuda Holtzman, CEO of Britannica Knowledge Systems. “This flexible approach can support shared Cloud services, self-implementation tools and guidelines, and tiered support packages.”