Swiftair selects TRAX eMobility Apps to evolve its maintenance

In a bid to modernise its fleet; a project to inaugurate a new hangar to perform in-house base maintenance; and a continuation of mobile and paperless operations, Swiftair has announced it has selected the TRAX eMobility Apps to support plans. The company has previously been certified to use an EFB (Electronic Flight Bag) that eliminates paperwork in the cockpit, with pilots using tablets for flight documents and maps.

Swiftair plans a second phase that will digitise all manuals and related documents used by its maintenance teams, as well as mobilising mechanics’ work transactions. In its announcement, Swiftair confirmed it chose the TRAX eMobility suite of iOS and web-based Apps since it is already fully integrated into its Trax Maintenance and Engineering system. It plans to implement the following Apps: QuickTurn, TaskControl, AeroDox and Line Control, which will allow the maintenance team to access real-time information and conduct real-time transactions from anywhere.

Swiftair operates scheduled and charter, passenger and cargo flights in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Founded in 1986 in Madrid, Spain, the company has a fleet of 47 aircraft that includes Boeing 737s, ATRs, and Embraer 120s. Swiftair provides support to the day/overnight networks of passenger airlines and offers solutions (aircraft leasing, operating areas, etc.) to local and global integrators, government agencies and international airlines.