Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Ops IT Conference 2022 – Americas

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Making Optimal use of M&E / MRO Software Masterclass Workshop; Monday 12th September, at 14:00 – 17:30.
Includes Coffee Break: 15:30 – 16:00

Making optimal use of existing software applications starts with qualitatively and quantitatively analysing business functions usage and adoption against technology capabilities. Defining opportunities from that analysis and setting a strategy for improvements should then follow. Additionally, embedding a culture of continuous improvement and standardizing the (non-technical) handling of software releases to stay current is a common challenge to be addressed.

This workshop looks into ways of keeping both business processes and software releases optimal and in sync and will cover key issues such as: Are your available M&E systems being used efficiently and to their full potential; what is the integrity of your data – is there one source of truth for data?; How well are you keeping up with system releases and emerging industry trends? and more.

There are only 60 seats available in this workshop.  Please reserve yours by filling in the form below.

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After more than two years away we are delighted to welcome you back to the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference – AMERICAS, once again taking place in Miami, FL, USA.

Since we have been away, the Covid-19 crisis has changed aviation. Over the 10 years we have been hosting this IT conference, much of the talk has been about the benefits of digitization with integrated and enhanced IT platforms for airlines, aircraft operators and MROs, but adoption of these technologies has been slow. However, Covid-19 has brought about a noticeable change in priorities; IT is now recognized as the heart of any modern airline, and the key enabler for recovery and prosperity going forwards.

As if Covid-19 were not enough of a challenge, the terrible events in Ukraine, and the knock-on global effect of rising fuel prices and increased cost of living, have highlighted that it is even more important that airlines and MROs have the best modern IT solutions in use to ensure that they are able to be as agile, flexible and fast as possible to cope with whatever instability or changes might occur in the future.

With IT now front and centre for airline and MRO infrastructure, the 2022 Aircraft Commerce series of MRO & Flight Ops IT conferences  is without doubt our most important ever, with the exhibition space for the leading software and hardware vendors showcasing their latest solutions quickly selling out (record number of exhibitors in Miami!).  Following a hugely successful EMEA region event in London at the beginning of June (click on Videos / Photos tab above), we are bringing the event back to the AMERICAS region in Miami in September, and then to the APAC region and Bangkok in October (click here for that event).  

The event offers unprecedented opportunities for airlines and MROs to meet vendors, discuss their own challenges and priorities, and see demos of the latest and leading software solutions. Airlines and MROs who have already taken the first steps to post-Covid recovery and digitization with new and modern IT solutions will be sharing their experiences in the conference agenda, plus there will be the established line-up of industry experts, vendor showcases, workshops, and more to help you unravel and understand this brave new post-Covid world and the opportunities available to airlines and MROs that embrace an IT driven future.

We are also proud to announce that by working with specialist partners, this conference will officially be a carbon neutral event. We are excited to welcome you all back in person, and urge you to register to attend this event. We look forward to seeing you in Miami in September.

Ed Haskey | Events Director | Aircraft Commerce

Event Highlights

flight operations icon Conference Agenda Highlights:

The agenda includes keynote presentations, case studies, interactive workshops, and IT Vendor Showcases all delivered by airlines, aircraft operators, OEMs, MROs, Consultants, Regulators and IT Vendors to provide delegates with varied and interesting insights into the key topics in the vital IT sector.  Key subjects include: Digitization; Covid-19 Recovery; Sustainability; Latest Technology; Data Analytics; Data and System Integration; Technology to manage Electric Aircraft; and more.  Speakers include: FAA, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, AAR Corp, Wizz Air, FEAM, Lufthansa, Avolon, Coral Jet, Volaris, and more.

flight operations icon Demo the solutions

From 55+ leading MRO / M&E & Flight Operations IT Software and Hardware Vendors in the exhibit hall. Including industry leading solutions for: Sustainability – Fuel Efficiency, Real-Time Pilot Efficiency Apps; Digital Manuals and Documents Solutions for both Maintenance and Flight Ops; EFB Apps and Full Modular Solutions; Flight Planning; Electronic Logbook (ETL/ELB) Solutions with Pilot, Crew and Maintenance Apps; M&E / MRO – Full End-to-End Maintenance Management Solutions, Digital and Real-Time Maintenance Apps; Predictive Maintenance, and more.

flight operations icon Pre-Conference Making Optimal use of M&E / MRO Software Masterclass Workshop:

Making optimal use of existing software applications starts with qualitatively and quantitatively analysing business functions usage and adoption against technology capabilities. This workshop looks into ways of keeping both business processes and software releases optimal and in sync.

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Join us on Monday the 12th September, at 14:00 to 17:30 for our Pre-Conference Training Workshop: Making Optimal use of M&E / MRO Software Masterclass Workshop

Making optimal use of existing software applications starts with qualitatively and quantitatively analysing business functions usage and adoption against technology capabilities. Defining
opportunities from that analysis and setting a strategy for improvements should then follow.  Additionally, embedding a culture of continuous improvement and standardizing the (non-technical) handling of software releases to stay current is a common challenge to be addressed.

This workshop looks into ways of keeping both business processes and software releases optimal and in sync and will cover key issues such as: Are your available M&E systems being used efficiently and to their full potential; what is the integrity of your data – is there one source of truth for data?; How well are you keeping up with system releases and emerging industry trends? and more.

This Workshop session is Free of Charge to all delegates.  There are 60 seats available on this workshop, so for a full workshop agenda and to register your attendance: CLICK HERE


The Airline & Aerospace MRO & Operations IT Conference is the world’s only event to address the key issues relating to the development of IT and it’s key use for aircraft maintenance and flight operations.

It provides a one-stop solutions for airlines, aircraft operators and Independent MROs, in just 2 days to discover more about how new technology can streamline and increase their operating
efficiency as well as reduce costs dramatically. The conference provides 3 great opportunities:

  • Software Demos: A large exhibition area allows airlines, aircraft operators and MROs the opportunity to try out and demo the major software and hardware systems from the world’s leading vendors. The solutions you will be able to demo include:
    MRO/M&E: Fully integrated MRO / M&E systems, ERP Integrated Software, Paperless Systems, Supply Chain Management Solutions, Digital Documentation Management Solutions, Paperless Manuals, Documentation Scanning Solutions, Mobile solutions for the Hangar, Digitization; Data Analytics; more…
    Flight Operations: Digital and Paperless Solutions for the Flight Deck, EFB, ETL, Flight Planning Systems, Fuel Management / Efficiency, Aircraft Connectivity, Crew & Scheduling Solutions, Load Management, etc. Click here for a full list of exhibiting IT vendors and to learn about the software you will be able to demo at the conference. 55+ Software and hardware vendors are exhibiting their Solutions in 2020!
  • Agenda of Presentations: A 2 day agenda of presentations, given by industry experts and the IT users themselves, will discuss the latest key issues and trends in this vital sector of the industry. Case studies, vendor showcases and interactive workshops are included to ensure that delegates receive key, varied and fresh information.
  • Networking: 500+ key executives from airlines, operators, MROs, OEMs, IT Vendors, Regulators and Consultants from across the Americas zone and beyond will be in attendance allowing for exceptional networking and the exchange of ideas.


The conference is a must-attend event for airlines, aircraft operators and MRO providers who are seeking to:

  • Understand the post-Covid IT landscape and the possibilities available to airlines, operators and MROs
  • Install new MRO / M&E or Flight Operations IT Systems
  • Learn how to integrate different systems and share data
  • Replace an existing IT system with a new one
  • Network with and learn from fellow MROs, airlines & aircraft operators about the common problems and how to overcome them.
  • Learn about the latest upgrades available from the world’s major vendors and how best to incorporate them into your current system.
  • Simply a fact finding mission to learn about the whole process.

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Register & Attend

There are various special offers and early booking discounts which make this event extremely cost effective to attend. Airline / Aircraft Operators & MROs can benefit from our special VIP delegate scheme.

Click on the registration buttons below to find out more.

Why Exhibit?

Last few exhibition spaces remaining for this event!  Please contact [email protected] to secure one of the final exhibition booths.  We have limited exhibition space available in Bangkok (APAC market in October) and at the Flight Operations Conference (London, November).

Click here to download the 2022 Aircraft Commerce Events Brochure, or contact [email protected] for more information and to book your booth.

The Aircraft Commerce conferences provide an unmatched opportunity for MRO / M&E IT & Flight Operations IT vendors to exhibit their solutions; meet with and demo solutions to airline, operators and independent maintenance provider delegates in attendance responsible for buying, specifying and using IT solutions at their companies.

The two day agenda of presentations, workshops and vendor showcases allows delegates to gather information and get an overview of exhibiting vendors in one focused event giving them a great insight to available solutions for any ongoing or planned IT projects.


“Was a very good chance to look into new apps. We had great meetings with several provider where we are looking to deal with them soon”
Crew Operations Supervisor, Etihad

“Good event for information sharing of experience and knowledge. Latest product updates and meeting other operators”
Head, Flight Operations, Navigation Documentation, Malaysia Airlines

“It’s very productive with all vendors at a single event”
Manager OCC Engineering Ops, Singapore Airlines

“Well organised, particularly the hospitality that merged into the exhibition area really well making it easy to network with colleagues”
Innovation Lead, KLM UK Engineering Ltd

“A very useful conference with plenty of interest. It was interesting to see how many companies were developing their own systems rather than using COTS products”
IS/T Development Lead, AirTanker

“Great event, well organised and beneficial for finding new business contacts”
Planning Engineer, airBaltic

“Very good, with varied topics and speakers from different backgrounds”
Aviation IT Programme Manager, TUI Group

“Informative, well organised and sufficient time allocated to network, visit stands and pose questions”
Senior Business Architect Flight Operations, International Airlines Group

“It is rich with needed information about the available market in IT systems. It is definitively helpful & a good event”
VP Engineering & Airworthiness Management, Tunisair Express

“Real world experiences by operators implementing the technology”
Director of Technical Services, Lynden Air Cargo

“This conference always provides the latest in new technologies for the airline industry. Look forward to this conference every year”
Industrial Engineering Manager, UPS

“Very impressed with the event as it was my first one. Would highly recommend it to colleagues and will be looking to attend again next time”
Technology Exploitation Manager, British Airways

“Excellent! Very useful information and case studies to help with our big transformations. Included issues very relevant to our job.”
Flight Operations Engineering Specialist, Emirates

“Very well organised, happy to meet some future suppliers.”
EFB Administrator, CSA Czech Airlines

“A one-stop-center for airlines and IT software vendors for MRO & EFB technologies”
Manager Business Solution Group, Malaysia Airlines

Conference agenda

The agenda includes keynote presentations, case studies, interactive workshops, and IT Vendor Showcases; all delivered by airlines, aircraft operators, OEMs, MROs, Consultants, Regulators and IT Vendors to provide delegates with varied and interesting insights into the key topics in this constantly evolving aviation sector.

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PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: Monday, 12th September 2022

The pre-conference workshop is free to attend, although you are required to register to attend this session.  We only have 60 seats available for this Workshop.
Click here to register for the free workshop.

Pre-conference – Making Optimal use of M&E / MRO Software Masterclass Workshop.

Includes Refreshment Break: 15:30 – 16:00

Workshop Overview:

(Workshop / Showcase room)

IT industry leaders worldwide have all given testimony and credence to the reality that the rate of IT adoption over the past 2 years has been four to six times that which was experienced pre-COVID-19.  The rate of technology innovation and advancements with MRO software has far outpaced adoption by MRO business units.

So where is your organization on that maturity cycle? Have you accelerated adoption by least four times or are you still behind? Making optimal use of existing software applications starts with qualitatively and quantitatively analyzing business functions usage and adoption versus your available technology capabilities.

Defining opportunities from that analysis and setting a strategy for improvements should then follow.  Additionally, embedding a culture of continuous improvement and standardizing the handling of software releases to stay current is a common challenge to be addressed.

This workshop will focus on how to optimize the use of your existing M&E / MRO IT systems and covers the following key issues:

  • How well are your current M&E / MRO business functions and processes enabled with available technology? Are available systems used efficiently and to their full potential for the business?
  • Does the Maintenance organization have the right decision support information in a comprehensive and timely fashion?
  • What is the integrity of the data? Do all stakeholders trust it, or do they have their own methods of capture? Is there one source of truth?
  • How well are you keeping up with system releases and emerging industry trends? Are you on the latest versions? How do you stay abreast of any advancements in business processes and corresponding software impacts?

Workshop Hosted by: Allan Bachan, VP, ICF and supported by his MRO consulting team and Aircraft Commerce associates

Click here to register and book your seat for this free workshop session

Day One: Tuesday, 13th September 2022


08:55 – 09:00
Opening Remarks: Conference Chairman

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Main Conference Room

09:00 – 09:30
Aircraft Maintenance IT Modernization – if not now, when? And how?

IT industry leaders worldwide have stated that the rate of IT adoption over the past 2 years has been as much as five times higher when compared to pre-COVID-19 rates. Projects slated for completion as far ahead as 2026 were accelerated and some are now completed. In many respects, these were necessary for business continuity. The rate of technology advancements with Aviation MRO software has always far outpaced adoption by MRO businesses: at least seven of the top 10 MROs globally are on legacy or home built applications which are at least three versions behind. Similarly, many large airlines (>150 aircraft) still continue to run M&E software solutions which are static, more than four versions behind and /or contain remnants of legacy software which are very much alive with no planned retirement dates.

We have also seen international phenomena tagged as ‘The Supply Chain Crisis’ and ‘The Great Resignation’ emerging in 2021 and continuing well into 2022. What strategy should airlines, operators and MROs adopt for MRO IT modernization which addresses these situations? The rise of several strategies including digital twins, low-code/no-code approaches, cloud architectures, citizen developers etc. have expanded the several avenues for modernization. This Keynote will explore this modernization topic in some detail.

Allan Bachan, VP, ICF

09:30 – 10:00
Case Study: Delta Air Lines: Building New Technology to Enable Complete Digital Data Transformation by Connecting Airlines and MROs in a New Way

Delta Air Lines relies on data from multiple sources to manage their maintenance activities, but it has become increasingly important to provide true, accurate, and real-time aircraft status reporting for both the airline’s fleet, regardless of vendor, location, or system. This case study focuses on a new solution developed by Delta Air Lines along with long-term software partner EmpowerMX, which is enabling the collection of that data, the transformation to a common format, and the loading into target systems for robust ability to process and analyze aircraft being maintained throughout the world. Using standard deviation metrics, that distilled data is presented in a manner that is simple, clear, and accurate. All aircraft are displayed according to the user’s preferences, all assumptions are plainly understood, and the right information is available to those that need it most; nothing more and nothing less. Using drill down capability, constraints can be isolated in real-time for appropriate action. Never before have 40 lines of outsourced maintenance been more effectively managed. Items that require attention will float to the top; right where they belong.

Kristin Johnson, Duty Manager, Delta Techops
Tom Davis, Chief Commercial Officer, EmpowerMX

10:00 – 10:30

IATA – Working with the Industry to Develop a more Efficient Maintenance Data Standard

The plethora of sources and formats for inputs to maintenance planning makes more difficult the task of ensuring that updates and amendments to technical publications get implemented everywhere they should. In this presentation you will see how IATA has brought together airlines, OEMs, IT Vendors, and more to develop a new Scheduled Maintenance Data Standard (SMDS) which aims to tackle that problem by simplifying the process. The project challenges around regulations are discussed, along with the industry-wide benefits particularly regarding technical publications such as the Maintenance Planning Document (MPD).

Iryna Khomenko, Manager Operational Efficiency, IATA TechOps

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(Workshop / Showcase Room)

Vendor Showcase: Sustainable Aviation Solutions

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading solutions designed to assist airlines with achieving their sustainability goals:  including Fuel Efficiency / Management Solutions, Flightdeck Optimizer Apps, more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. Boeing
  2. StorkJet
  3. Laminaar
  5. Honeywell
  6. OpenAirlines
  7. PACE
  8. GE Digital
  9. FLYHT
  10. AVTECH


MRO / M&E IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

Digital In Aviation | Benefits of Web3
Blockchain, NFTs, Crypto, Security and More

In this presentation, #DigitalAircraft look at the latest technology trends that will impact aviation, and how each company can prepare for and take best advantage:

What are the opportunities from and effects of Web3 on Aviation/Aerospace. Advanced Technology, Blockchain, NFTs, Digital Tokens and Security all play a role in creating efficient operations in Aviation/Aerospace.

“World Aviation Blockchain Market is predicted to Reach $1.4 Billion by 2026″ | SAN FRANCISCO, June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire” … Do you understand how Web3 / Blockchain will impact Aviation?

Advanced Technology is many times misunderstood. This means that people delay adoption and getting the value from its use due to: 1) Not understanding the technology, 2) Not understanding the benefits, 3) Not understanding how to successfully implement it, 4) How to mitigate risk and get maximum reward.

Mark Schulz, Founder, #DigitalAircraft

Case Study: Wizz Air – Implementing and Operating the new Technical Logbook solution from AVIATAR

Wizz Air, Europe’s greenest airline, has recently introduced AVIATAR’s electronic Technical Logbook into their daily flight operations, replacing practically all Tech Ops related paperwork on the aircraft. Gerben Bondt, Line Training Captain and driver of those changes in Flight Ops, will bring you back to the beginning of this journey. He will talk about how Wizz Air first established a strong foundation, the importance of cross functional cooperation, why Wizz Air partnered with AVIATAR and talk you through the highs and lows of the implementation project. Finally, a quick demonstration of the eTLB, together with Frank Martens of AVIATAR, the digital platform of Lufthansa Technik.

As you will see AVIATAR’s Technical Logbook offers prefilled text blocks and a future potential for automated input masks that capture aircraft technical issues during flight and on the ground. It therefore replaces time-consuming manual entries into paper books and improves data quality as well as transparency. The new solution works with any hardware device (e.g. tablet, smartphone or desktop computer) and provides pilots with access to aircraft status anywhere and anytime. It also offers back-up processes in case of connectivity issues. Real-time data availability, directly connected with the M&E system (maintenance and engineering system), ensures maintenance on arrival and enables a seamless pilot-to-maintenance collaboration – leading to reduced turnaround times and costs. In addition, the standardized data structure will help Wizz Air to gain insights into trend analytics.

Gerben Bondt, Line Training Captain, Wizz Air
Frank Martens, Senior Director Sales Aviatar and Digital Products

Case Study: Spirit Airlines – A Successful MRO IT System Upgrade Project

In this case study Spirit Airlines walks us through the airlines major MRO IT system upgrade project, managed by ROTA. The project involves upgrading the airlines MRO IT system, Trax, to the latest version. You will see how ROTA and Spirit mapped out the key steps including all regression and UAT testing, cataloguing the processes of key SMEs and ensuring the new upgraded system meets their expectations and assists with daily tasks; plus managing software changes, enhancements and supporting the night of the system change and providing support to Sprit users post upgrade.

Shawn Stazzone,  Senior Manager Maintenance Technology, Spirit Airlines
James Cornelius, President, ROTA

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Vendor Showcase: Digital Flight Operations Manuals and Content Solutions

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading solutions designed to assist airlines with digitizing manuals and content for delivery to the flight deck and other key frontline staff. Including end-to-end systems to create, edit, and revise manuals and content; EFB / flight deck Apps; smart and dynamic content, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. Orlando for TechPubs
  2. Comply365
  3. Yonder
  4. Vistair
  5. Lufthansa Industry Solutions
  6. Flatirons Solutions


Vendor Showcase: EFB and Flight Operations Solutions – Part 1

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry-leading Flight Ops Solutions, such as Flight Planning, Flight Ops Management, Communications, Connectivity, and more; and EFB Software, Hardware and Apps. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. PIVOT
  3. FLYHT
  4. Smart4Aviation
  5. Collins Aerospace
  6. AvioBook
  7. DextraData

12:45-14:00 LUNCH BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall). Sponsored by:    Visit us on Stand E48

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

Panel Discussion: Digital Aircraft and Engine Lease Returns

This panel discussion focuses on the key issues around how aircraft and engine lease transactions can be performed in a completely digital and paperless way.  The challenges, such as data standards, will be discussed, along with key enablers such as digital records, exchange of data between the airlines M&E systems and the Lessors, e-signatures, and more.

You will also learn how airlines can best prepare their maintenance data ahead of the lease transition.


Kane Douglas, VP Technical, AVOLON
Wayne Kissoondath, VP Portfolio Management, Jetstream Aviation Capital
Nate Hicks, Senior Director – Asset Records & Network Solutions, GE Digital
Karl Steeves, CEO, TrustFlight

Chairman: Allan Bachan, Vice President, ICF

Case Study: United Airlines – Digital Aircraft Records Management Project

In this case study United show how it has modernized and streamlined its management of aircraft records and documentation by digitizing the process, with the Aircraft Records Management System from GE Digital. You will see how the airline transitioned from paper records to digital and now utilize a single, cloud-based solutions, for seamlessly indexing and archiving all maintenance records. You will see how United can easily transfer data to lessors, and integrate / match maintenance records to their M&E system. The project challenges are discussed, as well as the benefits to the airline, plus a look at future plans and how the digital records slot into United’s overall digital maintenance project.

Elliot Lye, Senior Manager – Aircraft Records, United Airlines
Clint Meehan, Director – Aircraft Records, United Airlines

Case Study: Chrono Aviation – Using a Modern M&E System to Overcome the Challenges of Growth

In this case study, Canadian Charter Airline Chrono Aviation, and their MRO subsidiary WAAS Aerospace, explain how they utilised Rusada’s ENVISION platform as a key pillar of their growth strategy. This includes an in-depth look at some of the difficulties they faced with their planned expansion of operations, how the project to deploy Rusada’s software was undertaken, and the benefits it is now bringing to their businesses.

They will also explore the added complication of starting the deployment project two months prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, looking into how this additional challenge was overcome, during what was a very difficult period for the industry.

Dominic Cayouette, Project Manager, Chrono Aviation
Peter Mortimer, Executive VP Canada, Rusada

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(Workshop / Showcase Room)

14:00 – 15:30
Vendor Showcase: EFB and Flight Operations Solutions – Part 2

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry’s leading Flight Ops Solutions, such as Flight Planning, Flight Ops Management, Communications, Connectivity, and more; and EFB Software, Hardware and Apps. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. Skyplan
  2. Taillog
  4. IBS Software
  5. ett Aviation
  6. OpenAirlines
  7. Air Support
  8. Boeing
  9. Flygprestanda
  10. ASQS
  11. Avionics Support Group
  12. TrustFlight
  13. FlightAware


MRO / M&E IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

Case Study: FedEx Express Maintenance Planning for Today and the Future

In this case study, we will hear from FedEx and how they have benefitted by the implementation of the Aerros maintenance planning program from Aerostrat.

FedEx will focus on how the solution simplifies the maintenance planning process and allows the airline to optimize its heavy maintenance checks by using a powerful set of scenario tools ensuring each check is fully optimized before it begins.

Once underway, FedEx planners can efficiently allocate the optimum resources to carry out the check and effortlessly manage all the data including the entire work order and all the planned versus actual data.

Additionally, FedEx will highlight some of Aerros’ advanced features and easy-to-use tools such as auto-scheduler and how the sophisticated maintenance planning platform integrates into FedEx’s overall digital maintenance program.

Roger Hutchinson, Manager TechOps Mx. Planning, FedEx Express

Case Study: AAR Corp – Digital Maintenance Data Exchange between Airline and MRO, and building bespoke Apps to assist customer with real-time data and digital M&E

In this case study presentation AAR reveal how they solve the problem of integrating technical information and data with their airline customers’ M&E systems, and provide their customers with real-time access to their aircraft maintenance status.

You will learn why AAR are building their own suite of Apps to assist their customers with digital maintenance projects including how to manage their maintenance programs from any location, manage spare parts supplies using a dedicated App, and manage aircraft component repairs.

Matthew Kammerait, Vice President – Strategy, Planning, and Innovation, AAR Corp

Planning for a digital and sustainable future in Aircraft Maintenance

Over the last 20 years there has been a revolution in the use of digital technology in aircraft design, manufacturing, operation, and sustainment. The aspect commonly called ‘digital aviation’, the use of data and software to increase operational performance, is an often-overlooked lever for delivering on sustainability goals within aircraft maintenance. In this presentation Cranfield University showcase examples from their new Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) Centre to explore other lesser-known examples in the maintenance and engineering domain, and they look ahead to future digital and sustainable trends, including the concept to deliver a so-called ‘Conscious Aircraft’ with the potential for a zero-maintenance platform utilizing aircraft sensors and real-time data, leading to lower emissions from lower fuel consumption, lower energy usage and reduced materials usage/wastage in the maintenance process.

John Maggiorre, Senior Advisor, Cranfield University

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(Workshop / Showcase Room)

16:15 – 17:15
Vendor Showcase: Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB)

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry’s leading Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL / ELB). Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

  1. Ultramain Systems
  2. AvioBook
  3. TRAX
  4. Boeing
  5. Conduce
  6. Lufthansa Technik
  7. TrustFlight

18:00-19:30 COCKTAIL RECEPTION – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall).  Sponsored by: Visit us on Stand E49

Day Two: Wednesday, 14th September 2022


08:55 – 09:00
Opening Remarks: Conference Chairman

flight operations icon whiteFlight Operations IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

09:00 – 09:30
Case Study: Coral Jet – Implementing Next-Gen Flight Connectivity, In-Flight Real-Time Communications, and Flight Data Analysis Solutions for Start-Up

Coral Jet will begin operations in 2022 based out of Bermuda using a fleet of A319 and A320s. In this case study, the airline highlights how it has targeted the latest technology for enhanced connectivity and real-time communications to power pilots EFB Apps, aircraft data downloads for analysis and in-flight comms between the crew and ops control. You will learn about the challenges of starting up an airline post-pandemic and how the airline will use the advanced connectivity and communications solutions from FLYHT (AFIRS 228 and AFIRS Edge) to additionally drive efficiencies, safety and compliance across aircraft operations, from advanced flight tracking, given that most flights will be over water between Bermuda and destinations, to automated recordings and reporting of block and flight times, plus engine take-off and stable cruise reports for an engine trending program and engine and airframe exceedances for real-time FOQA. From auto collection of FOQA data and downloading post flight over 5G WQAR to power advanced flight data analysis tools, to supercharging EFB apps through A834 AID functionality, and charging EFB devices in-flight. Coral Jet will also show how the airline will use the flight data downloaded to drive an advanced Fuel Efficiency tool – FuelSense from FLYHT.

Wes Gardner, Director of Flight Operations, Coral Jet

09:30 – 10:00
Case study: Frontier Airlines – An Ultra-Low Cost Practical Approach to Flight Ops Digitisation

In this case study Frontier Airlines outlines its digital transformation processes leading to a paperless flight deck. Frontier has implemented a range of EFB apps and modules from AvioBook which provide pilots with all the information they need for each flight, from the latest flight plan and weather data to real-time communications. The airline also uses a digital document and management solution to ensure Pilots have the latest up-to-date manuals they need to operate the flight safely and comply with regulations. Technical Standards Captain Casey Meeks presents the benefits the airline is seeing from digitization, along with an explanation of the phased implementation that ensured comprehensive end user buy-in.

Casey Meeks, Technical Standards Captain, Frontier Airlines

10:00 – 10:30
Regulator Keynote: FAA EFB Policy Update

Kurt Stiefel, one of the FAA’s policy writers for Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs), will be presenting some planned updates to FAA Advisory Circular AC 120-76. Kurt will also provide an overview of recent updates to EFB guidance for FAA Inspectors in FAA Order 8900.1 as well as answer any questions related to current and proposed FAA EFB policy.

Kurt Stiefel, Flight Technologies and Procedures Division, FAA

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Workshop / Showcase Room)

09:00 – 10:30
Vendor Showcase: MRO / M&E IT Vendor Showcase – Part 1

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Aviation Maintenance IT Solutions, such as major end-to-end aircraft maintenance management systems, digital technical records, digital technical documentation, data analytics, niche mobile apps and solutions, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. IFS
  2. Rusada
  3. TRAX
  4. Omega Airline Software
  5. KeepFlying
  6. Airbus
  7. Swiss-AS
  8. Aerosoft Systems
  9. Ramco Systems
  10. Aerostrat
  11. Lufthansa Technik
  12. AeroATeam
  13. QOCO


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(Main Conference Room)

Case Study: Volaris – Using an Innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered Fuel Efficiency Solution

Volaris, the leading Mexican ultra-low-cost carrier, bases its success and fast growth on having a young and efficient fleet. The rapid expansion has also incentivized Volaris to define a solid sustainability strategy. For this purpose, Volaris uses an innovative fuel efficiency solution from StorkJet. This case study will focus on the optimization of planned fuel without compromising safety, as well as advanced fuel efficiency gap analysis made by StorkJet. With the use of innovative AI fuel burn prediction models, Volaris can optimize in areas like flight planning, APU, taxi, take-off, climb, cruise, descent, approach, and landing. By simulating all feasible what-if scenarios, StorkJet was able to identify totally new, so far unknown optimization areas.

Marco Antonio Charles, Senior Manager Applications, Operations and Fuel, Volaris

Case Study: VivaAerobus – Predictive Analytics to Drive Flight Efficiencies and Fuel Savings

In this case study, VivaAerobus outlines its use of a sophisticated solution that utilizes predictive analytics in the Climb-out phase. As you will see the solution predicts fuel burn for tens of thousands of possible flight scenarios using performance models based on historical flight data and 4D weather forecasts, and then issues recommended climb speeds to pilots ahead of each flight to save significant amounts of fuel and reduce emissions.

Paolo Cavazos Zertuche, Flight Operations Engineering Manager, VivaAerobus
François Chazelle, Head of Sales Support, SITA FOR AIRCRAFT

Case Study: SunExpress – Taking Digital Flight Ops Manuals to the Next Level

During this case study, SunExpress will outline how the airline has transitioned to a more efficient, end-to-end, and streamlined process to create and deliver digital smart content and manuals to its pilots and cabin crews. As you will see, attribute-based group distribution allows pilots and cabin crews to access their role- or task-specific content using Comply365’s Mobile App, which automates compliance tracking for the 3,500 users at SunExpress. It also equips frontline employees with electronic forms to send data to the operations staff, to enable data-driven decisions. The case study will explain how their team, already experienced in XML, was able to quickly migrate 700 manuals into Comply365’s ProAuthor solution in 15 days to manage the end-to-end authoring and distribution process. The project drivers, implementation approach and operational benefits will also be discussed.

Mehmet Dinç, Documentation Center, SunExpress

MRO / M&E IT Track
(Workshop / Showcase Room)

11:15 – 12:45
Vendor Showcase: MRO / M&E IT Vendor Showcase – Part 2

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Aviation Maintenance IT Solutions, such as major end-to-end aircraft maintenance management systems, digital technical records, digital technical documentation, data analytics, niche mobile apps and solutions, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2022 outlook.

Vendors presenting include:

  1. M3 Solutions
  2. EmpowerMX
  3. GE Digital
  4. Ultramain Systems
  5. EXSYN
  6. ASQS
  7. Seabury Solutions
  8. Flatirons Solutions
  9. Comply365
  10. Laminaar
  11. Boeing
  12. Vistair

12:45-14:00 LUNCH BREAK – SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS (Exhibition Hall). Sponsored by:   Visit us on Stand E48

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Flight Operations IT Track

(Main Conference Room)

EFB Latest Developments, and What’s Next?

The Electronic Flight Bag (EFB), was at the forefront of digital transformation within aviation. Now that EFB is an established technology and used by the majority of airlines, how are EFBs evolving within the next wave of digital transformation projects? What are the latest developments? How does the EFB fit into the overall IT landscape of an airline – stand-alone or now part of a wider technology platform? What’s next for EFB, and will the technology be used within the next great industry disrupter: eVTOLs / Drones?

In this presentation, all these questions will be addressed, including looking at integrating the EFB with other systems, such as automatic fetching of QAR data and sending to the back-office system and/or service providers like L3 Harris /Flight Data Systems. As most EFBs now are connected both on the ground and in the air, the vital aspect of Cyber Security within the EFB environment will also be discussed.

Klaus Olsen, EFB Admin Services

Next Generation Air Operations: The next great disrupter in Aviation – what Technology will be used to manage operations?

In this presentation you will see an overview of the current RPAS /eVTOL / Drone / UAV market and an outline of how this new technology will be integrated into the current manned aviation environment. The presentation focuses on the technology used to manage current operations and what technologies will these new aircraft use – the same or similar systems for maintenance and flight operations? Will traditional flight systems such as EFBs, Flight Planning Systems, etc be used and how will they integrate with current manned aviation and air traffic management operations and systems?

Steve Bogie, Partner, AeroATeam

Case Study: Eastern Airlines – The Challenges and Importance of Safety Management and Selecting a Solution to Manage the Process

In this case study, Eastern Airlines outline the challenges of the traditional safety management processes with different airline units involved using different data sets and formats. The airline explain why they have chosen to use a sophisticated safety management software suite to manage the process. The solution critically integrates all Safety, Quality, Risk Management, and Documentation data into one system, and is flexible to adapt and develop according to future requirements.

The presentation will cover the selection process and the criteria and functions required for the solution, and a look at the selected system – IQSMS from ASQS. Next you will learn about the problems Eastern is trying to solve by selecting and implementing IQSMS.  Finally, you will hear about the latest developments in Safety Management solutions from ASQS and what’s next.

Doug Neufeldt, Senior Director, Safety & Security, Eastern Airlines
Michael Kosch, Key Account Manager ASQS


prize draw icon Prize Draw Session: Win an iPad

Business cards will be collected at the beginning of this session. The prize draw will be made at the end of the second presentation.
You have to be in the room to win the iPad – Good luck!

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Flight Operations IT Track
(Main Conference Room)

The Future of Safety Management Data

Safety Management and Digital Transformation aren’t subjects that instinctively go hand in hand. Many Safety Professionals are second-class citizens when it comes to tapping into the latest data resources and capabilities. Revenue-generating initiatives tend to have a priority, having more evident returns on investment compared to those promoting a positive safety culture. How can advancements in data science, data engineering, and data analytics make airlines and maintenance providers safer and more profitable? What are the data technology trends that are going to reshape safety management in the future? In this talk, Paul Saunders brings out his crystal ball and triangulates the current technological trajectory to show what Safety Management in the 2030s might look like, and how we might build digital transformation business cases for the less sexy side of our industry.

Paul Saunders, Solutions Director, Vistair

Fuel Efficiency Myth Busters – Using what-if-scenarios with data-driven AI models

How to find real saving opportunities and on what areas should I focus? This simple question is being asked by everyone in flight ops divisions across the aviation market. However, these days, with available software on the market, a solution is not so easy to find. Because of that, there are popular beliefs which are far from true. During the presentation StorkJet will take a closer look at two exemplary initiatives:

1. Is Single Engine Taxi as beneficial as everyone says?
2. Is optimization of descent not possible because of ATC restrictions? Or is it the area with the highest saving potential?

All these questions can be answered by simulating what-if-scenarios with data-driven AI models. As a result, fuel managers can focus on the most beneficial areas and do not waste time on actions that do not bring results.

Emil Kaptur, PhD, Head of Research and Development, StorkJet


Conference Sponsors


PIVOT: Better Connection. Better Protection.

PIVOT is the aviation industry-leading system of EFB cases and universal mounting solutions. Since its inception, EFB has revolutionized aviation, providing pilots with unprecedented situational awareness, rapid access to critical information in-flight, and a vast array of applications that make the pilot’s job easier and safer than ever before. However, to realize its full potential, EFBs must not only be protected and secured, but also easy and convenient for the pilot to use, otherwise pilots simply will not take full advantage of their EFBs. At the end of the day, EFB is only as good as the platform its installed on.

Designed by pilots for pilots, PIVOT cases offer superior EFB device protection without unnecessary weight or bulk, and integrate seamlessly with the patented PIVOT Click-Connect universal mounting system. This system is simple and intuitive. All PIVOT cases feature a mounting channel and clip that easily connect to any PIVOT mount, one-handed, in seconds. Once connected to the mount, pilots can easily rotate, adjust, and pivot their EFB as desired. This system is not only the most pilot-friendly solution on the planet, it also allows aircraft owners and operators to rapidly deploy EFB across diverse fleets of any size while minimizing costs and regulatory hurdles.

Future Proof

The tablet technology that EFB leverages is constantly evolving and rapidly changing. PIVOT allows EFB programs to keep pace, effectively future-proofing EFB programs by reducing costs associated with inevitable EFB device tech refreshes. The unique PIVOT Click-Connect universal mounting system is compatible with all PIVOT cases: past, present, and future. EFB program managers can rest assured knowing that when the time comes to refresh their EFB devices, their existing PIVOT mounts will be fully compatible with PIVOT cases for those devices. PIVOT is simply the best EFB solution available: now and in the future.

FAA Approved

Regulatory hurdles can seem daunting for aircraft operators deploying EFB. PIVOT offers a wide variety of FAA-approved mounting solutions to suit virtually any application. From entry-level solutions like suction-cup mounts, to robust Long Term Removable Mounts (LTRM™) that can remain installed on aircraft indefinitely without a permanent connection to the aircraft. This facilitates rapid EFB program deployment without waiting for an STC approval, which can take years. When the time comes to transition to an STC solution, PIVOT has you covered.


In the early 2010’s tablet devices came on the scene with the introduction of devices like the Apple iPad, and EFB soon took the aviation industry by storm. Unfortunately, tablet cases available at the time were heavy, bulky, and difficult to use. Early mounting solutions were no better. Not only were they heavy, bulky, and difficult to use, they were notoriously unreliable, often detaching in-flight and creating a safety hazard. Enter PIVOT. The owner of the FlyBoys company and PIVOT inventor, Mike Schulter, was a pilot for Southwest Airlines when EFB made its aviation debut. He recognized the potential for EFB technology to revolutionize aviation and enhance safety, but couldn’t look past shortcomings inherent in cases and mounts available at the time. Knowing there had to be a better way, he and his team resolved to create an intuitive, pilot-friendly system that integrated case and mount while eliminating unnecessary weight and bulk. Thus, PIVOT was born. In 2014 Southwest Airlines became the first airline to adopt PIVOT, and since then PIVOT has become the world’s leading provider of EFB cases and mounts, currently in use globally at over 160 airlines, hundreds of military flying squadrons, and countless corporate flight departments and general aviation enthusiasts. Better connection. Better protection. PIVOT.

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Founded in 1995, PACE has built a reputation for developing trailblazing software products, which took us from university spin-off to international market player and partner of choice for leading aerospace and aviation companies.

 As part of TXT e-solutions, the company focuses on high-quality niches such as preliminary design and evaluation, product configuration, flight operations and extended reality.

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NAVBLUE is a leading services company, wholly owned by Airbus, dedicated to Flight Operations & Air Traffic Management solutions and services for airlines, airports, and Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs). We combine aircraft manufacturer expertise, flight operations know-how and agile development to enhance operational efficiency, optimize resources and increase productivity for safe and sustainable aviation. Our global teams deliver a reliable, optimum and customized user experience to more than 500 customers worldwide.
Discover NAVBLUE’s solutions here:
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FLYHT Aerospace Solutions is headquartered in Calgary, Canada with offices in US and Germany. We provide the airline industry with innovative data solutions to enable our partners to make smart decisions based on Actionable Intelligence to improve operational efficiency, sustainability, and profitability. Our mission is to leave no data stranded and no action incomplete through our extensive hardware, software, weather sensors, and services.

In addition to Satcom solutions provided by the AFIRS 228™, FLYHT leads the charge in the 5G connectivity evolution with the industry-first AFIRS Edge™ WQAR solution to provide powerful situational awareness through real-time data, including an AID and Iridium Certus connection to flight deck EFBs. Our software solutions provide our partners with actionable intelligence that not only solves current problems but prepares them for the future in multiple areas, such as AHMS, Fuel and APU usage, Fleet and Turn management.

We provide services to more than 100 airlines worldwide. We work directly with airframers such as Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier Aerospace and De Havilland, as well as airlines including WestJet, Air Canada, Frontier Airlines, Air China, Lufthansa, Wizz Air, easyJet, and more.


World’s first 5G avionics edge computing platform with modular functionality and small form factor.

The AFIRS Edge is suitable for any aircraft and supports flexible installation locations including the E&E bay depending on customer preference or upgrade needs. AFIRS Edge is also a plug-in compatible 5G WQAR that can be installed overnight, available at the cost of a 2G/3G WQAR repair or upgrade.

AFIRS Edge enables independent data governance with IP connectivity in all phases of flight for multiple use cases and integration to FLYHT’s JetBridge SaaS applications.


Save money and the environment by mastering fuel efficiency.

FuelSense provides intelligent fuel data to help you not only optimize operational efficiencies and drive down costs, but also help you meet carbon offset mandates and other regulatory requirements. Detailed real-time data through FuelSense™ provides situational awareness that keeps your team up to speed and can reduce overall fuel budget by 2-5% through more efficient operating procedures.

AMOS Support

Industry leading MRO support based on more than 20 years of experience and knowledge.

FLYHT’s CrossConsense team in Germany assists the aviation industry to use and apply this comprehensive software solution for maintenance, engineering, and logistics needs. You have one single point of contact, with no separated responsibilities for hardware, database, or application support, for 1st and 2nd level. Our AMOS Support provides fast resolution times including SWISS-AS cases (average 190 minutes).

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Smart 4 Aviation

Smart4Aviation is committed to providing industry-leading applications that enable airlines to increase productivity and efficiency, overcome challenges, and improve operational awareness and communication across all operational domains.

 Our corporate headquarters is in Amsterdam, The Netherlands with two large development offices located in Gdansk and Krakow, Poland. You can meet us in Toronto, Canada and in New York City, USA.

 From these locations, we serve airlines worldwide, delivering superior products and technology, backed by industry-leading 24/7 support. We offer affordable, innovative, and flexible solutions and services for airlines to meet all of their operational needs and requirements.

 Our goal is 100% customer satisfaction while serving the client’s interests as an ally and a loyal business partner. The company aims to deliver its customers seamless systems that improve quality, accessibility and availability of information while reducing operational costs.

 Our web-based and mobile solutions with exceptional support are recognized within the industry as being some of the most dependable and innovative in the market. All of our current customers such as Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, Air France, Emirates, Iberia, Atlas AIr, Qantas, easyJet, Alaska Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Horizon Air, Jazz, Martinair, and others have all benefitted from implementing Smart4Aviation solutions.

 In our product portfolio you can find the following solutions:

–              Load Planning, Weight & Balance, Payload Management,

–              EFB & Mobile,

–              Communication & Alerting,

–              Real Time Flight Tracking,

–              Pilot & Cabin Crew Briefing,

–              Weather Station & NOTAMs Management,

–              Document Management & e-Reporting,

–              Flight Planning Solution – under development.

 We believe that in every aspect of our business, our key objective is to maintain a customer focus. This customer focus ensures that all activities, whatever they may be, will provide strong customer value. Our customers are our greatest corporate assets and are our best sales force. We take our customer relationships very seriously and the goal is to partner with all our customers encouraging them to interact with our employees and to provide insight and input into the development path of current and future solutions. Smart4Aviation is rapidly becoming the preferred provider of software solutions for the Aviation industry worldwide Our proactive approach to R&D and our outstanding customer service has made us the forerunner in this rapidly changing and demanding market.

One of the key differentiators is our experience in the integration. Interfacing with a large variety of systems delivered throughout many Customers will remain S4A’s most significant asset.  During the initial analysis phase, Smart4Aviation’s goal is to ensure that the scope of the project is defined in appropriate detail. We collect customer expectations and needs to ensure that everything is being done with the specifics of the business logic and requirements.

Smart4Aviation will provide an enhanced hosting solution in Amazon Web Services. Our partnership with your airline will make you an immediate beneficiary of this sophisticated service. Environments can be created on-demand, from scratch in under 15 minutes. Capacity for the existing environments can be auto-scaled on the fly, thus allowing for more efficient management of “peaks”. Additional capacity does not need to be carried for future expansion or to mitigate risk. This can be treated as a cost-saving opportunity. These benefits will be achieved during our discussions realized throughout our business relationship.

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Seabury Solutions is a leading global aviation software development and consultancy company. It was established in 2002 and forms part of Seabury Capital. Seabury Solutions has built its reputation in the market by delivering industry leading IT solutions to enhance the operational and financial performance of some of the world’s largest aerospace organisations. We have built upon our decades of aviation expertise in-house, to leverage this knowledge into a suite of products that enhance the operational processes of an organisation, providing fleet wide decision support to key executives.

With a truly global reach, the network of offices is located in, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Kenya, Korea, Netherlands, Philippines, and USA. Through the global network of offices, we offer 24/7 support to all our customers. The integrated product range covers MRO/M&E, Asset Management, Safety Oversight, Regulatory Compliance and Performance Analysis.

Alkym is the MRO/M&E software, specifically designed to drive efficiencies through the entire aerospace maintenance operation. The flexibility of the maintenance system allows the client to pick and choose the applications that specific to their needs. Alkym is also highly configurable which enables the end- user with greater control to make any changes.

The EPAS suite has models that include Route Profitability, Maintenance Performance, Contract & Invoice Verification, Budget Planning, Fuel Planning and Distribution Channel Performance.

EPAS highly configurable, user driven architecture, can be configured to measure the performance of any aspect of your business, from a single contract to an entire line of business. It can accept financial and operational data from any number of sources and businesses including information from multiple airlines and their subsidiaries and transform information into detailed, actionable, multi-dimensional performance results designed to drive decisions on the operations.

Eauthority is the Regulatory & Compliance Software used by some of the world’s leading Civil Aviation Authorities. Inspired by ICAO, EASA and FAA regulation, Eauthority digitalizes the Regulatory Oversight process and is designed to increase efficiency of internal staff while giving real-time information to the management on a multi-platform dashboard.

Through its sophisticated architecture and user-friendly system, Eauthority is the most advanced application in the market today. Eauthority has the ability to extend it by means of integrating third-party applications like a Finance System, an ePayment gateway processor, ECCAIRS database, among others.

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Laminaar Aviation Infotech is a software and solutions provider for the aviation industry. Headquartered in Singapore, with offices and labs in Denver USA, Bangalore and Mumbai India, the company has successfully delivered automation and digitalization solutions to the industry for two decades. Leading Airlines, Airports, Ground Handling companies and ANSPs are among its clients. Laminaar solutions power the operations of over 70 aviation businesses across the globe.

ARMS® Software Applications Suite: for Airlines, Business Aviation and Military Aviation, has 14 modules to address operational functions like network planning, flight scheduling and operations, crew management, maintenance, FDM, safety and FRMS. ARMS® also includes optimizers for crew rostering, aircraft tail assignment, route optimization and disruption management. ARMS® modules are customizable to your Airline and they can be deployed stand-alone or as one platform-as-a-service.

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Founded in Seattle in 2015, Aerostrat was started with the goal of building modern, customer-friendly software solutions for the aerospace industry. Our team of aviation experts and proven software engineers have worked tirelessly to build Aerros, our maintenance planning solution that is already impacting our customers by enabling them to manage their entire heavy maintenance program in one place. Aerostrat prides itself on its customer-obsessed approach of building features side by side with our customers and we always look forward to hearing how we can improve our product.

Aerros offers a multitude of industry leading benefits and enables Airlines and MROs to do the following:

  • Automatically plan hundreds of requirements per fleet over the life of the aircraft
  • Effortlessly manage events with drag and drop, quick merge, smart delete, and more
  • Easily reflow plans based on changes to a fleet, vendors, and requirements
  • Test infinite data scenarios and swap between them instantly
  • Track event changes over time and compare planned vs actual maintenance performance
  • Collaborate easily with other planners and vendors with confidential scenarios, restricted user access, and sharing features
  • Create bottom up budgets and rolling budgets
  • Gain better insight into their business through customizable business intelligence solutions
  • And much, much more

In addition, we also provide:

  • 24/7 multi-platform support
  • 99% Service Level Agreements and less than 24 hour support resolutions
  • Industry leading security standards
  • Integrations to compliance software for quick access to sign-offs, fleet data and more

More information about Aerostrat and Aerros can be found by visiting our website, emailing us at [email protected], or giving us a call at 888-558-2860 X1.

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Ultramain Systems delivers SIMPLE MOBILE PAPERLESS electronic logbook ELB software along with a comprehensive suite of MRO / M&E software.  ULTRAMAIN® ELB™ – the market leading electronic logbook software is in approved paperless use at airlines worldwide.  ULTRAMAIN ELB operates mobile or installed devices.

We are a proven aviation software provider, with aircraft M&E / MRO customers running paperless, end-to-end, from the cockpit to the ground, with solutions covering the aircraft logbook, line and base maintenance operations  and MRO operations.

Step into the future with a fully paperless organization, by stopping at Booth E12 to learn how using ULTRAMAIN’s comprehensive suite of integrated solutions can help you see your aircraft data FAST, ACCURATELY and in REAL-TIME.

Come talk to us at Booth E12 and learn how ULTRAMAIN v9, including Mobile Mechanic and Mobile Inventory, to our onboard applications such as ULTRAMAIN ELB can eliminate hassles and increase profitability.

Contact Us
USI is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, with international offices located around the world. Come see us anytime at, or give us a call: +1 (505) 828-9000.

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EmpowerMX is a world leader in providing intelligent maintenance solutions for today’s aircraft. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with offices in Europe and the Far East, EmpowerMX is uniquely focused on the aircraft maintenance industry and is managed by aviation maintenance experts.

EmpowerMX’s FleetCycle® Software Suite has been designed to assist Airlines, MROs, OEMs, and the Defense industry in the management of their assets through its four solutions – FleetCycle® AERO, FleetCycle® MRO, FleetCycle® OEM and FleetCycle® DEF.  Each solution is built on a modular basis from the following list of modules:

In addition to the above solutions, each of the modules can operate on its own or with other third party software. Each module has been developed to ensure it operates in both a desk and mobile environment, ensuring customers can realize the benefits of a mobile-ready workforce with full electronic signatures.
FleetCycle® is generally delivered and accessed through the cloud which is EmpowerMX’s preferred method of deployment. For customers wishing to host the software themselves, EmpowerMX can also help facilitate and advise on this option.

Since its inception, EmpowerMX has focused on the aviation sector with most of the major US airlines, including American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines and American Eagle, now using the FleetCycle® solution. Beyond the majors Embraer and TechOps Mexico are also users of the system. To date, EmpowerMX has achieved consistent efficiency improvements of between 15% and 25% for its customers.

For more information about EmpowerMX or any module of the FleetCycle® solutions please contact [email protected] or tel. +1 214 618 6900

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Collins Aerospace, a unit of Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX), is a leader in technologically advanced and intelligent solutions for the global aerospace and defense industry

Collins Aerospace has the capabilities, comprehensive portfolio and expertise to solve customers’ toughest challenges and to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving global market. Our customers include original equipment manufacturers, engine manufacturers, airlines, airports and business aircraft owners and operators, along with defense ministries, government agencies and contractors.

Collins Aerospace is focused on enabling a fully connected, digital aviation ecosystem that creates value for our customers. This value includes everything from improving the passenger’s experience, to enhancing operational efficiency for our airline customers, to enabling a seamless flow through the airspace. Collins is well-positioned to deliver this value based on the depth and breadth of our company’s capabilities: avionics and sensors, air to ground and ground network connectivity, cabin interiors and other aircraft components, as well as applications and analytics. We can address the entire end-to-end journey. This is just one example of the power Collins can deliver for our customers. Learn more at

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KeepFlying® focuses on the application of explainable AI to help Engine Asset Owners, Lessors and MROs visualize the commercial impact of their decisions before taking them using underlying Airworthiness and Maintenance data.

KeepFlying® are part of the ATA eBusiness Program and the platform will support information exchange and AI based Data wrangling (Data Integrity Enhancement using Asset specific Data Models) within the Aviation Ecosystem in compliance to ATA Spec 2500, Spec 2400 and Spec 2000 (Chapters 16, 17 and 18).

The Digital FinTwin® platform processes Engine Assets and MRO shop floor historic & dynamic airworthiness, maintenance and operational data to accurately forecast maintenance costs and value economics, cashflows, revenue potential.

The KeepFlying® Data Wrangling layer enhances data integrity against Engines and Shop Visits by consolidating and validating maintenance data through Engine Model / Type specific data pipelines from sources across scanned PDFs, MS Excel, MIS / M&E / MRO systems.

Data Wrangling Process

Using the Digital FinTwin® platform, Engine MROs can gain 10-12% on their bottom line through advanced simulations and forecasts of Engine Shop Visit Lifecycles. Engine Asset Owners / Lessors can take smarter, informed trade decisions on their assets as a factor of projected utilization, technical and operational environments through commercial simulations.

Visualizing Commercial Impact of Shop floor decisions

Engine MROs can accurately predict the lifecycle of an Engine Shop Visit before its arrival across prospecting and contracted stages to visualize the commercial implications of Capacity Management, TAT Risks, costs, profitability and mitigation solutions (e.g. outsourcing select modules for external repair, swaps, exchanges) across fleet. Budgets and slot sales projections can be run as simulations in addition to work scope predictions (module work scope levels, findings) as a factor of the Engine profile generated using proprietary algorithms.

Key features as part of the MRO edition include:

    • Engine Shop Visit Simulation, Aircraft Hangar Visit Simulation
    • Impact of Operational Parameters (TSN, CSN, TSLV, CSLV, Rating, Average Min. Thrust Derate, SFC, EGT Margin) on Workscope Levels and effort forecasting
    • Shop / Hangar Visit Cost & Profitability Forecasting
    • TAT Risk Management
    • Discrete Optimization Planner
    • Dynamic Capacity Planner

Residual Life Management & Scenario Forecasting

Engine Asset Owners and Lessors can use the KeepFlying® Engine FinTwin® Asset Owner / Lessor Edition to manage half and full life maintenance values, LLP costs and residual values, Maintenance Reserves, Direct Maintenance Costs, Redelivery risks and costs as a factor of technical and operational parameters (e.g. Engine Type, Thrust Rating, Avg. Thrust Derate, Operational Environment, EGTM Deterioration, Oil & Fuel Consumption etc.,).

Key features as part of the Asset Owner / Lessor edition include:

  • Asset Maintenance Value Manager – Full & Half Life
  • LLP Manager
  • Work Scope forecasts and Cost Predictions
  • Maintenance Reserves Manager
  • Shop Visit Forecasts (Long Term)
  • Redelivery Management
  • Trade decision management (SV, Scrap / Part-Out, Lease options)

KeepFlying® can interface with most standard M&E/ MRO/ ERP systems to wrangle Data sources within and beyond the systems to enhance integrity prior to running them through the proprietary Data Models of the Digital FinTwin®.

Visit the KeepFlying® Booth E15 to setup a trial of the Digital FinTwin® and run a series of simulations against your Engine Assets/ MRO slots and visits.

KeepFlying® has its offices headquartered out of Singapore and operations running across Australia, India, UAE, UK and the USA.

Gain Commercial Insights against your Assets and Shop Visits today!

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AVIOBOOK, a Thales Group company, is uniquely positioned to bring together the latest robust technologies to design world-class secure, easy to use software and hardware solutions for all types of aircraft. With extensive experience in software and hardware, our innovative solutions maximise the efficiency of aircraft and their crew. We provide integrated applications, systems and services to increase operational efficiency and enhance operational decision making.

Software: Our AVIOBOOK application suite

Pilots, cabin crew, dispatchers and ground staff can use the AVIOBOOK application suite anywhere. It has been designed not only to facilitate the day-to-day tasks of flight stakeholders but to break down the communication silos that prevent data from getting into the right hands.

AvioBook Flight – The all-in-one solutions for pilots

All the information pilots need is within reach, integrated with the back office & tailored to your airline procedures. AvioBook’s intuitive, user-friendly EFB provides your teams with smart data that flows across the various modules. We have simplified flight processes so your pilots can focus on what is important.

AvioBook Cabin – An intuitive application for cabin crew

AvioBook Cabin is an intuitive product in which all the data flows seamlessly from the flight deck and ground, right to your tablet or smartphone. Quickly retrieve catering or flight information and go for an unparalleled level of operational performance and customer service.

AvioBook Connect – Secure communication connecting everyone

AvioBook Connect organises all users into flight groups automatically created and updated for each flight. Share live updates, monitor the flight status or simply check in with your crew members. Connect can include additional stakeholders, like catering or contract maintenance, depending on the needs of your airline.

AvioBook Tech – Helps maintenance work smoothly

With instant access to unambiguous, detailed defect reports; technicians will be able to anticipate maintenance actions, work more efficiently and keep your MOCC informed every step of the way. Go for maximum operational performance with minimal margin for error and faster turnaround times.

AvioBook Base – Managing EFB and aircraft data has never been easier

The process of organising and pushing relevant data to the crew and ground staff devices is just the tip of the iceberg. Keep the cockpit connected and maximise safety with AvioBook Base. For OCCs and dispatchers, Base Globe will enhance operational awareness.

AvioCast – Stay connected every step of the way

AvioCast is an innovative, patented concept that is unique on the market. Our 3-in-1 QAR/AID/WAP solution allows you to wirelessly offload FDM data and share live updates with the crew. Keep your aircraft connected & your data secure while minimising installation and certification costs.


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AVTECH is a leading provider of efficiency-, sustainability- and safety services to be integrated in daily airline operations. All our services are built on the concept of using already existing technology meaning that your airline easily can access our services and start to benefit from more efficient flight operations already today.



Fully automatic real-time flight path optimization providing the pilots with the most cost optimal flight path. Reduces cruise fuel and CO2 emissions by 2.5% on average.


Dynamic wind- and temperature uplink service optimizing weather data input to the FMC which improves flight efficiency in climb and cruise and reduces fuel consumption in descent by 10-40 kg per flight.


Automatic weather hazard notifications service. Real-time delivery of high-resolution turbulence warnings and SIGMET:s directly to cockpit.


New generation pilot EFB solution for flight optimization and safety. Gives the pilot direct access to tailored high-resolution aviation weather, standard aviation weather and flight optimization services.

Welcome to visit us at our booth to explore our services and how they easily can be integrated in your operations directly leading to improved flight efficiency.

We look forward to meeting you at the expo!

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At Honeywell, we’re transforming the way the world works, solving your business’s toughest challenges. With over 100 years of aerospace experience, we combine deep domain expertise with our cutting-edge enterprise performance management software to deliver Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency, the industry’s most advanced and capable enterprise performance management solution.


What is Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency?

More than a fuel-efficiency tool, it’s a multidimensional software platform capable of managing an airline’s enterprise-wide effort aimed at reducing emissions and fuel consumption while improving operational efficiency. The platform enables cross-domain analytics, taking data from multiple sources on and off the airplane and using a sophisticated data-analytics engine to provide airlines with actionable insights. Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency takes the blinders off and gives the airline access to a single source of truth of real-time and historical data, so that they can make fact-based decisions impacting fuel consumption, flight efficiency, flight planning and other operational processes.


What Outcomes Does Honeywell Forge Deliver?

More than 30 of the world’s leading airlines have turned to Honeywell for help in achieving their ambitious sustainability goals and the results speak for themselves. Based on existing customer data, Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency can deliver an estimated 2% fuel savings, depending on aircraft type and other operating factors. Beyond fuel savings, airlines can access a repository of data that contains information useful for a wide range of purposes, including upgrade/technology ROI, fuel hedging, government reporting and carbon-offset tracking.


How Can I Learn More?

Please stop by our booth E40 at this event to meet our team and demo Honeywell Forge for yourself. To schedule a virtual demo or learn more, visit our website for more information.

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Lufthansa Industry Solutions helps companies to digitize and automate their business processes – from medium-sized to DAX-listed companies. In doing so, we do not just focus on the IT needed, but on our customer’s business as a whole, including its internal and external challenges. This is because digital transformation affects a company’s entire structure and culture, and reaches beyond company borders to collaboration with partners, customers and suppliers.

 As a full-service provider, LHIND offers a range of innovative products and solutions for the aviation industry as well as consulting and support for migration projects. With the flight ops documentation solution Volabase, the flight briefing solution iFF, the ID travel management solution myIDTravel and the travel management software myDutyTrip among others, we offer a broad portfolio of smart products aimed at driving the digitalization of airlines forwards.

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TrustFlight is a software company focused on providing innovative services to the aviation industry in order to help organisations increase safety and efficiency. Founded in 2017 by industry experts, today TrustFlight employs over 150 people across offices in the UK, Canada and United States.

TrustFlight’s approach is unique in that it combines a team of former pilots, engineers, regulators and industry experts with its in-house software design and development team. This approach allows it to develop systems quickly whilst ensuring they maximise value and quality.

TrustFlight’s services are split between digital workflow applications and technology-led outsourced services. These services are provided to over 300 organisations around the world including airlines, maintenance providers, regulators, airports and training facilities:

Electronic Tech Log

TrustFlight’s Tech Log is an iPad-based application designed to replace an aircraft technical and journey logbook. With a strong focus on design and usability, the Tech Log reduces errors, enables a real-time view of aircraft status and defects, and helps increase compliance with smart workflows such as for MEL deferrals.

The Tech Log easily integrates with existing scheduling and M&E systems in addition to APIs that allow for reporting and analytics in areas such as component reliability and aircraft availability.

Digital Engine Log

The TrustFlight Digital Engine Log provides digital solution to manage engine fleets. Designed to specifically manage the whole-life records of engines, the Digital Engine Log ensures all teams have access to accurate data to support decision making and compliance activities.

With integrations into common M&E and MRO systems, and data validation against independent sources, the Digital Engine Log provides a significant reduction in engine offboarding and onboarding time from weeks to days, whilst also ensuring records are complete and compliant.

MEL Manager

TrustFlight’s MEL Manager is an end-to-end tool designed to easily create and manage aircraft Minimum Equipment Lists. The cloud-based service features a library of template MELs which are regularly updated alongside workflows for easily creating initial MELs and processing revisions.

The MELs produced are automatically formatted and can be exported as a PDF and digital MEL into the Tech Log. MEL Manager reduces the time taken to create new MELs from days to a matter of hours and provides a simple way to modify MELs, speed up approvals and ensure compliance with revisions.


Centrik is a complete Operational Management System designed for aviation organisations. Consisting of Safety Reporting, Risk, Compliance, Workflow, Meeting, Documents & Training modules, Centrik makes compliance across complex organisations easy. The system provides an integrated solution for Safety Management and ensures compliance using built-in regulations and actions tracked across all users within an organisation.

Continuing Airworthiness Services

TrustFlight’s Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) services provide full technical support for fleets around the world. Technical expertise combined with efficient, technology-led processes and a partnership approach provide a low risk and cost-effective solution to managing the ongoing airworthiness of your fleet. Utilising scale benefits and technology, TrustFlight is able to deliver high levels of aircraft availability and cost-efficiency compared to typical in-house teams.

AOC Services

TrustFlight’s Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) Services provides tailored solutions to operators for starting up new operations, gaining additional approvals or maintaining existing manuals and approvals. With a team of over 50 consultants around the world, AOC services provides a cost-effective way to manage processes and manuals leveraging the broad experience of TrustFlight’s team alongside industry leading XML-based authoring software to maximise efficiency and compliance.

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Smarten up your documents with Yonder

Smart, fast, reliable – Yonder’s SaaS solution empowers you to take the next step in critical information management in aviation. Yonder leverages the full potential of digitalization by offering you a solution built around dynamic content rather than static documents, creating a modern, user-centric experience. As well as providing intelligent solutions for operations manuals, guidelines, regulations and standards.

The sky is not the limit: Why Yonder is a high-flying solution

Yonder brings operations manuals and aircraft manufacturers’ handbooks together in one place. The solution’s smart features ‒ including intuitive dashboards, role-specific updates and a responsive offline app ‒ make life much easier for aircrews and ground staff alike. But Yonder has many advantages for editors and authors too: as well as making it simple to cross-reference content and avoid duplicates, it offers fully-integrated approval and publication processes.

Our highlights:

  • User- and task-specific information management
  • Automated revision management syncing manufacturers’ and operations manuals
  • Manual and compliance connectors

Dynamic content, not static documents: meeting today’s information management needs

Take the leap from PDF and leverage the full potential of what digital content is capable of. Simplify the revision management between OEM manuals (e.g. Airbus or Boeing FCOM, MEL, QRH) and your customized documentation (e.g. OM-B), and even automatically update your existing manuals (e.g. OM-C) with the newest information originating from third-party sources (e.g. Lufthansa System’s Route Manual).

From creating and publishing your documentation all the way to revising it based on your internal processes without constraint: Yonder’s SaaS solution delivers reliable, role-based information to your employees at all times. Both via web browser and the offline app that is available for tablets and smartphones.

Find the right information faster

  • Powerful search function
  • Content can be customized via roles and filters
  • Dynamic content, not static documents

Reliable information for every situation

  • Effective workflows and clever approval processes
  • Personalized change updates
  • No annoying duplicates

Extensive documentation management for compliance tracking

  • Seamless audit trails
  • Active compliance monitoring
  • Wide range of reporting functions

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Trax eMRO is an enterprise software provider of aircraft fleet engineering & maintenance, MRO, planning, compliance & inventory management. We develop applications for commercial & military aircraft, airlines & MRO providers via web and iOS apps. Our eMobility Suite is truly mobile with offline capability to ensure users can work in Wi-Fi/Cellular dead zones. Our organizational capabilities & support solutions include: custom software development, software maintenance, mobile solutions, systems application integration, release upgrade support, SaaS cloud hosting, Project Management & implementation support, user training, business analyst consultation & business process mapping & documentation, gap analysis, data migration, & QA testing.

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QOCO helps the aviation industry to succeed in the changing world by creating new ways to work, to communicate, and to utilise data. We have been a trusted partner of airlines, MROs, and aircraft OEMs for over twelve years. Our solutions provide significant improvements to the industry’s complex processes. They enable our customers to achieve more by doing less and to realise time-savings in labour-intensive tasks.

Our solutions digital tool management software for airlines and MROs. is the leading tool management software designed to simplify and streamline tool handling, control, and management processes in aircraft maintenance.


  • Digitalizing tool management for world-leading airlines & MROs
  • Full audit trail and compliance overview
  • Integration capability with all major M&E systems
  • Up to €2 000 000 in annual savings



Tool store employees use Store for booking and distributing tools for mechanics. All handouts and returns are operated with a wireless barcode scanner and voice feedback. This makes the booking process faster by eliminating queues and reduces risk for manual errors.


Defects feature enables mechanics and tool store personnel to quickly and instantly inform about any defects or faults in tools, materials, vehicles, or other maintenance resources. The process’s simplicity and efficiency help employees file a report as soon as they detect a problem. In addition, incoming defect reports are managed in a list view, where repair tasks can be assigned.


Analytics is a management dashboard that shows the current situation and historical development of tool lending. It utilizes the data generated by and integrated systems to provide actionable insights for decision-making. For example, tool transaction volumes and peaks, tool utilization rates, upcoming tool calibration, and more features can be tracked.


The Kiosk is a self-service tool store for mechanics near the maintenance site in an access-controlled tool area. At extensive maintenance facilities, the Kiosk lessens the workload for personnel and reduces the unproductive time of mechanics.

Integration is fully operable as a standalone solution and has and integration capability with all major M&E systems.


Hangar enables mechanics to pre-order tools, handover them to colleagues, and improves the defect reporting process. – SaaS solution that enables secure, automated data streams between the main collaborative players in the aviation industry.


  • Automated data transfer by integration to existing customer systems for bidirectional data flows
  • Information security compliant with ISO 27001 to ensure complete data confidentiality
  • Data transformation to any required ingestible format for the receiving system
  • Data validation ensure that any data quality issues are flagged

Use cases:

Bidirectional data streams between OEM operator systems

Maintaining digital models of high-value assets is at the core of most OEMs digitalization strategies. makes this possible by facilitating exchange of operational data from operator to the OEM, in turn enabling the OEM to offer added value services for the operator. Rolls-Royce is onboarding hundreds of airlines to for exchange of vital operational data and assert lifting information, enabling an up to 100% increase of on-wing time for its newest TRENT engines.

Exchange of maintenance data between operators and MRO service providers

Outsourced maintenance poses challenges for ensuring data integrity between the operator and MRO service provider systems. makes it possible to keep the two systems in sync by managing the associated data flows throughout the maintenance lifecycle, from tendering to work reports and approval. Seamless integration to both the operator and MRO service providers M&E systems ensures that essential data, such as work packages, work completion records and defect reports, is instantly and reliably available for both parties.

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Logipad is simple and smart

Logipad is an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) and Electronic Flight Folder (EFF) solution designed to make flight management simple, fast and smart for pilots, crew and ground staff alike.

No matter what kind of device you prefer, Logipad guarantees flexible and scalable information handling both on the ground and in the air on mobile and mounted devices.

Role-based management helps you ensure the provision of all relevant data to the right user group. Weather charts, forms or manuals, Logipad replaces paper-based information and keeps it up to date.

The ground process, which deploys all sent data to connected devices, is standardized and meets the requirements set out by the FAA and the EASA in the AC120-76B and NPA 2012-02 (former TGL-36) documentation.


  • EBriefing/EFFAutomatizes processes and supports the handling of briefings in the right way
  • Documentation – Easy documentation, bookmarking and annotations for various file formats
  • eForms – Simply enables flight crews to retrieve, complete and submit forms, such as safety or cabin reports
  • Full Text Search (FTS) – Easy to use search function. Don’t search, find!
  • Compliance Reports – Simply track all document synchronization tasks and be informed about the current status
  • Role-Based Management – Not everything is important for everyone. Each role is given the right information.
  • Release Management – Better safe than sorry: A testing stage ensures the correctness of provided content.


Our clients include Aerologic, Air Astana, CHC Helicopter, Ethiopian Airlines, Everts Air, JetAviation, Marathon Airlines, Presidential Flight, Saudi Royal Fleet and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

The company behind Logipad

DextraData, an IT consulting company and independent software vendor located in Ruhr Valley, Germany is the company behind Logipad. The Essen-based specialists for digitalization have understood the potential of the solution. Initially, Logipad was developed in 2002. Since then, Logipad has been further advanced and improved as a valuable solution for the aircraft industry. Since that point, Logipad was provided to airlines as an Electronic Flight Bag solution.

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GE Digital transforms how our customers solve their toughest challenges by putting industrial data to work. Our mission is to bring simplicity, speed, and scale to digital transformation activities, with industrial software that delivers breakthrough business outcomes. GE Digital, Aviation Software puts data to work to produce insights that enable customers to enhance operator safety and efficiency, reduce operational disruptions, improve passenger experience, and make better decisions regarding real-time fleet health. For more information, visit

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Starting from the observation that every year nearly 660 million tons of CO2 are emitted by airplanes, i.e. more than 20 000 kilos of CO2 per second, we have decided to act by developing innovative solutions to help airlines reduce their costs and environmental impact.

Drawing on eight years of R&D, SkyBreathe® came into the market in 2013 as an innovative eco-flying solution based on Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data to save fuel and reduce airlines’ carbon footprint by up to 5%.

Factor in the threat of climate change on the industry, fuel efficiency at an airline must be a team effort where every department contributes to a safe and efficient fuel culture. That’s why SkyBreathe® is now a 360° eco-flying platform that connects all airline workers so airlines can control the whole loop of their fuel program. The platform is designed to give airlines all the tools they need to build and grow a successful fuel efficiency program without having to juggle many different tools. All the integrated solutions have been thought to involve all stakeholders and spread a vibrant green culture in your airline to drastically reduce fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and costs.

Rewarded by many innovation awards, SkyBreathe® is today the most widely used eco-flying solution in the world. Its active community federates more than 50+ airlines across the planet, including Air France, easyJet, DHL, Norwegian, IndiGo, flydubai, and Atlas Air. In 2019, its customers saved more than 590,000 tons of CO2 and 150 million USD. In 2022, they will save more than 1 million tons of CO2, equivalent to planting 125 million trees.

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The MRX Systems software solution is a fully-integrated digital platform enabling aviation professionals to access real-time data and take control over their fleet and their operations.

Thanks to more than 10 years of customer feedback and perpetual development, MRX Systems brings a complete, secure and scalable solution to challenges faced by operators, airworthiness managers and MROs. The system is divided into four modules, each of them designed to meet the specific operational needs of their users.

Blue EYE – designed for Airworthiness management, this module enables you to keep track of the maintenance status of your fleet (including scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, AD, SB), send work orders to maintenance centres and compile all history of parts, repairs, findings and related dirty fingerprints in one unique environment.





Blue MRO – designed for MRO management, this module enables you to digitalize maintenance process from issuing quotations, assigning jobs to technicians, reporting repairs and findings until compiling all related paperwork into one exhaustive and automatically-generated full work report.





Blue STOK – designed as an addition to the MRO management module, Blue STOK enables you to link all your MRO centre operations to the associated logistics through powerful features such as demand planning, sourcing (purchases, exchanges, overhaul), invoicing and inventory management.





Blue OPS – designed for Air Operators, this module enables you to manage all aspects of your operations. In one place, easily manage flight schedules, create and edit flight plans, access an updated database with all information about your crew, manage crew status and planning and allocate team members and resources to flights.





Why MRX Systems?


Multi-User, 100% paperless and always up-to-date, the cockpit is connected to the maintenance operations via the Cloud and all data is accessible at any time worldwide.

Drastically Time-Saving

Improves operational communication chain efficiency. Get your team connected, and minimize human errors.

Compliant & Trusted

EASA / FAA compliant, trusted by customers in over 25 countries, operating hundreds of aircraft.
Awarded with AIRBUS Helicopters Data Stream Premium Certificate.


• Secure data transfer via SSL protocol.
• Geographically distant daily back-ups via Microsoft Azure Cloud. • 6 Hard Disk Drives working in mirror.
• Data restoration features.


• iOS platform: Objective C, Swift, Core Data.
• Windows platform: Microsoft .Net, C#, DevExpress. • WebServices: WCF, ASMX, OData.

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About EXSYN Aviation Solutions

EXSYN Aviation Solutions is a leading industry provider of aviation engineering and data solutions. EXSYN provides a suite of digital solutions to allow airlines to benefit from the capabilities of today’s digital technology. Located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the team comprises of aircraft engineers with deep IT skills. Allowing to combine industry expertise with technology knowledge.

EXSYN’s aircraft data management platform and its various solutions are deployed with more than 20 different airlines and MRO’s across 20 different countries globally. Overall, it has already integrated with more than 10 different MRO software’s and 29 different aircraft types. In its entirety well above 150TB of aircraft data has moved across the platform in one way or another. Combining EXSYN’s aircraft data management platform with any MRO software provides airlines and MRO’s the ability to not just record airworthiness and maintenance data but also drive value from their data thru business optimization, maintenance costs reductions and higher fleet availability.

About EXSYN’s Aircraft Data Management Platform

EXSYN’s Aircraft Data Management Platform focusses on the three main elements of aircraft data management: Data Migration, Data Integration & Data Analytics. Capabilities in the platform range from MRO system data migration capabilities for all commonly used aviation industry MRO software’s, building SPEC25000 compliant aircraft redelivery binders or transforming aircraft delivery binders to be automatically loaded into airline MRO software. The full range of analytics capabilities is provided by EXSYN’s market leading analytics solution, AVILYTICS, that caters for aircraft reliability management, maintenance costs optimization and prediction of upcoming aircraft component failures. Thru tools available for data integration, airlines and MRO’s can automate business processes that make use of – or generate the data available in their MRO systems


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By eliminating the physical paperwork on both and in air, TAILLOG bridges the digital gap between pre- and post-flight activities. Through simplified, intuitive, and interactive design, the application enables the pilots to manage their pre-briefing, OFP, NavLog, fuel checks, and last minute changes while having easy access to flight details, company documents, weather charts, and NOTAMS. Ultimately, human errors will be eliminated and time consuming data management is minimized as the entire organization will benefit from multiple processes being built into the app, e.g. fuel slip management, post-flight reporting (fuel consumption, crew times and delay codes), digital journey logs, and cloud storage of completed flight logs. Utilizing cloud systems creates a data base which ensures both user flexibility, data safety, and interface options. With the cloud API both pre-flight planning, scheduling, and performance systems as well as post-flight management systems can easily be interfaced and subsequently be updated with flight details post-flight if required.


Our embedded weight & balance module enables the pilot to make last minute changes of crew and PAX seating, baggage/cargo weights, and fuel load, and quickly review the consequences in the CG envelope graph and Load Manifest. Should any limits be exceeded, the pilot will be notified through alerts and colored markings of the related data fields. In-air rerouting utilizes either coordinates or pre-loaded company waypoints to deviate from the scheduled route string. The checklist module increases the flexibility of including and controlling all procedures, including journey logs, captain’s reports, engine trend monitoring and aircraft / company specific checklists. Our new TechLog feature equips the pilots with an option to log discrepancies, including pictures, that delivers an overview of the fleet health status in our backend / admin site and can be distributed directly to a CAMO or MCC department post flight. To add a safety layer during parking, TAILLOG has a security seal log function that secures the aircraft via sealed barcodes and managed directly in the application.

In the pursuit of becoming completely digital, TAILLOG teamed up with DuaLeap who developed an innovative data compression platform that offers real-time streaming of aircraft-related data. Already utilizing flight planning data for the operational flight plan functions, our joint solution can for instance enable real-time rerouting paths for optimal fuel consumption, as well as weather avoidance. In essence, our EFB will be connected in flight for accurate fuel and time monitoring, to name a few, allowing the pilots to focus on flying whilst being “truly” connected to flight-ops during the entirety of the flight.

In line with our simplified approach, TAILLOG is also exploring the usage of RPA (robotic process automatization) to eliminate time-consuming and repetitive tasks across the organization. Finally, our application is very customizable, meaning it can be slimmed if necessary, or conversely it can be further tailored specifically to replicate your current standard operating procedures.. Our users are our eyes and ears, inspiring us to improve and enhance continuously by, for example, implementing user-driven innovations such as Bluetooth synchronization, dark and landscape mode to name a few.

Please reach out if we should set some time aside. We hope to see you at our booth!

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SITA is the air transport industry’s IT provider, delivering solutions for airlines, airports, aircraft and governments. Our technology powers more seamless, safe and sustainable air travel.

With around 2,500 customers, SITA’s solutions drive operational efficiencies at more than 1,000 airports while delivering the promise of the connected aircraft to customers of 17,000 aircraft globally. SITA also provides technology solutions that help more than 70 governments strike the balance of secure borders and seamless travel. Our communications network connects every corner of the globe and bridges 60% of the air transport community’s data exchange.

In 2021, SITA became a certified CarbonNeutral® company in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol – the leading global standard for carbon neutral programs. We are reducing our greenhouse gas emissions for all our operations through our UN recognized Planet+ program, while also developing solutions to help the aviation industry meet its carbon reduction objectives, including reduced fuel burn and greater operational efficiencies. In 2022, we announced our commitment to setting science-based emission reduction targets aligned to the Science Based Targets initiative Net-Zero Standard.

SITA is 100% owned by the industry and driven by its needs. It is one of the most internationally diverse companies, providing services in over 200 countries and territories.

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As the leader in technical content and maintenance workflow management for the aerospace industry, our mission is to provide innovative Technical Content Management Solutions that ensure the safety, compliance, and efficiency of operations for our customers—airlines, MROs, and OEM manufacturers.

We’ve set out to vastly improve how aircraft get serviced by providing a technical content and maintenance task management solution that maximizes aircraft utilization, automates tasks, improves communications, increases the productivity of operators, technicians, and mechanics, and lowers operating costs for airlines and manufacturers.

For over 25 years, we have supported and met our customers’ needs by continuously developing, evolving, and delivering technical content management solutions. Our world-class Flatirons platform is used by eight of the top ten global airlines and the top three aircraft engine OEMs as we help them produce, revise, and deliver content to make task performers more efficient.

We help our clients & partners solve complex information management issues. In the highly regulated aviation and aerospace industry, everything must be documented and follow a concrete structure. Our Flatirons platform helps our clients manage both S1000D, ATA iSpec2200, and Flight Operations specifications.

Trusted by the world’s largest airlines and manufacturers, our platform combines best-of-breed technology with trusted domain expertise from mission-critical sectors like aviation manufacturing, airline operations, and defense operations. We are all about helping customers worldwide realize the value of their content in driving higher worker productivity, tighter compliance with regulations and industry best practices, and improved operational efficiency.

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iFlight by IBS Software

Transforming airline operations, hub, and crew management

iFlight is an industry game-changing solution with a single source digital platform for flight operations, hub, and crew management.

Our fully SaaS-ready solution takes into consideration the critical complexities faced by the global aviation industry, with tools that are engineered to meet the dynamic needs of airlines worldwide. Built in collaboration with the airline industry and our domain experts, it is designed to address current and future operational challenges, with comprehensive, operationally efficient, cost effective, and highly scalable technology that uniquely adapts and grows with each airline business.

Covering the full spectrum from fleet planning all the way through to crew optimization and tracking, the iFlight platform is comprised of different modules that enable end-to-end airline operations, hub, and crew management.

iFlight’s artificial intelligence and data-driven solutions drive smart OCC collaboration through a real-time view on all operational indicators, from planning to post-flight. Early warning signals flag potential irregular operations and automate proactive and cost-aware disruption management.

Through real-time dynamic situational awareness and process automation, iFlight generates unmatched efficiency, cost-savings, and productivity for airlines of all sizes and business models, supported by:

  • A single integrated SaaS platform
  • Shared real-time information
  • Integrated disruption management
  • Intelligent automated tools

Future-proof your airline operations and collaborate with your teams in real-time with a centralized platform that delivers agility and performance insights across flight, fleet, hub, and crew operations.

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About IBS Software

IBS Software is a leading SaaS solutions provider to the travel industry globally, managing mission-critical operations for customers in the aviation, tour & cruise, hospitality and energy & resource industries. IBS Software’s solutions for the aviation industry cover fleet and crew operations, aircraft maintenance, passenger services, loyalty programs, staff travel and air-cargo management. Learn more at

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Avionics Support Group, Inc. (ASG) is a premier Avionics Systems Integration & FAA-PMA approved Aerospace Manufacturing company.  ASG’s competitive advantage can provide your company with a Single Source Solution for avionics engineering, manufacturing, aircraft installation technical support, Supplemental Type Certificate (STC’s), SATCOM, EFBs, ADS-B and much more.  We lead the aerospace industry with our US patented Constant Friction Mount (cfMount™), Integrated Power Supplies, and iPad EFB Cradles.

So Contact ASG Today to learn how ASG’s Single Source Solution can work for your company! At Avionics Support Group, Inc. we are …”Committed To Keep You Flying”

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Modern airline fleet management demands both operational effectiveness and financial efficiency, particularly with over 70% of the whole-life costs of complex equipment incurred during in-service support. Power-by-the-hour or total care type contracts have also become increasingly significant, making the availability of the aircraft, engines and aircraft components the primary driver for operational success. But this must be achieved within a robust financial structure, under increasing regulatory control and with the impact of globalization. IFS offers solutions that focus on reducing and managing aviation support costs, whilst also increasing asset availability and delivering comprehensive, intelligent and predictive support.

IFS provides modern, powerful and user friendly business software which supports cost reduction and achievement of required service levels through the life cycle of commercial aviation fleets. To achieve high levels of availability in the commercial aviation environment, IFS understands that operators, suppliers and service providers need to continually improve performance of fleets, assets and the associated maintenance processes with a fleet perspective, considering geographic locations, in an enterprise wide solution. IFS targets fleet availability by recognizing that this is improved where processes are agile and efficient, and fleet maintenance and operational servicing are synchronized.

For nearly 20 years, IFS has worked closely with leading original equipment manufacturers, contractors, suppliers and service companies to ensure our solutions meet the commercial aviation support industry’s stringent requirements for maintenance of aircraft fleets. With over 400 Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) or Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) companies using IFS solutions today, our strategic focus on the commercial aviation industry is evidenced in a deep industry expertise, broad functional coverage and a solid track record.  IFS offers flexible, modular business solutions that manage the entire commercial aviation lifecycle of contracts, projects, MRO, assets and services. IFS offers functionality for contract and project management, risk management, budgeting and forecasting, engineering, material management, sub-contracting, document management, fabrication, service and maintenance management, as well as financials and human resources.

Being component-based, i.e. built on a service-oriented architecture (SOA), it is easier to implement and implementation can be incremental to align with the growth and scope of your business – offering flexibility and agility to changing organizations through scale-up/down of operations as well as company acquisitions and divestments within one global, multi-country, multi-site, multi-language application.

We have a cross-section of customers from airports, airlines and independent MRO organizations as well as a significant defense customer base and IFS has built and deployed solutions with capabilities that cover all aspects of the lifecycle of aircraft, engines and aircraft components.


  • Optimized maintenance visits
  • Improved reliability and maintainability
  • Optimized planning and forecasting
  • Enhanced operational efficiency and control
  • Enhanced accuracy of asset configuration records
  • Advanced regulatory and safety compliance
  • Improved use of facility capacity
  • Increased customer service
  • Minimized overall operating costs
  • Minimized turnaround times
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Orlando© Suite for Tech Pubs is an XML-based cloud Document Management System designed for Airlines and MRO. Orlando is compliant with the OEM electronic manuals (Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Embraer, Bombardier…) for both Flight Operations and Maintenance & Engineering domains. It also optimizes the overall Company Manuals production and distribution.

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The Orlando Suite offers a wide range of features gathered into 7 modules designed to streamline the manuals lifecycle: Library (Cloud CMS), Editor (Web based WYSIWYG editing, content reuse), Merger (automated OEM/airline manuals reconciliation), Analytics (data checker, compliance to regulations, revision report), Publisher (HTML, PDF, and XML), Dispatcher (Distribution of publications, Mobile Content Management), Explorer (Web & Mobile & EFB viewers). 

The Orlando suite has been on the market since 2018 and is now used by 20+ Airlines in the world.

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Alban Biard – General Manager

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Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd.

Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd. (Swiss-AS) is a 100% subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines and thereby embedded in the Lufthansa Group, one of the biggest airline groups of the world.

Swiss-AS positions itself not as a pure software house, but as a company tightly linked to airline business. Being in touch with active aircraft maintenance on a daily basis and therefore able to capture MRO trends at a very early stage, Swiss AviationSoftware unites almost years of IT experience with profound MRO expertise and offers its customers a functionally unsurpassed and technologically state-of-the-art maintenance system.

Our long experience, uncompromising pursuit for quality and safety, and our commitment to equip the Swiss-AS customers with a state-of-the art solution are pillars which steer the development of the system as well as our service delivery.


AMOS is a comprehensive, fully-integrated software package that successfully manages the maintenance, engineering and logistics requirements of modern airlines and MRO providers by fulfilling demanding airworthiness standards.

The key differentiators that make AMOS stand out from competition are the system´s high degree of integration and functional depth coupled with ease of use.

AMOS, having celebrated its 30th birthday in 2019, is the perfect fit for:

  • airlines of all size and type, from start-ups to tier-one organizations
  • MRO providers
  • CAMO organisations and other aviation companies.

while being suitable for all aircraft types (including New-Generation aircraft, fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft).

AMOS is completely written in JAVA, fully web-enabled and hardware-independent. In addition, Swiss-AS offers its customers a full package of services ranging from initial requirement studies, process analysis, through onsite-support, user training, data migration, audits to system customizations, interface programming, 24h/7d support, etc.

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Ramco Aviation software offers Maintenance solution on cloud and on premise with multi-tenant capability and next-gen mobility catering to the needs of Airlines, Heli-Operators, MROs and Charter operations. Ramco’s next-gen mobility solutions for maintenance operations is available through an app ecosystem where MRO supervisors, mechanics, pilots, storekeepers and customers can seamlessly execute critical operations on the go, from anywhere, anytime. Ramco Aviation Solution is comprehensive in its scope to cover the entire spectrum of organizational needs including Finance, HCM & Manufacturing functions all in one integrated platform.

Powering 4000+ aircraft and 21,000+ end-users globally, Ramco is the solution of choice for Air India, Emirates, AeroNorway, Patria Helicopters AB, Malaysia Airlines, Republic Airways, Cobham, Columbia Helicopters and over 70 others. Ramco Series-5 delivers positive impact on reducing Turn Around Time (TAT) while increasing operational performance and compliance through full integration of Engineering, Supply Chain, Maintenance Planning & Execution, and Compliance modules in elegant user-friendly interfaces. Ramco has always been in the forefront, constantly innovating in the maintenance IT space with one basic objective – enable clients to focus more time on business-critical activities, while the solution forms the back-bone with Straight through processing of transactions, based on intelligent rules.

Latest Press Releases:
Canada’s Leading Aerospace & Defence In-Service Support Integrator, L-3 MAS, Selects Ramco Aviation Suite

Southern Vietnam Helicopter Company (VNHS) Goes live on Ramco Aviation Suite

Ramco Aviation to power Scandinavia’s leading Helicopter MRO provider, Patria Helicopters AB (PHAB)

Ramco Systems partners with Aviation MRO Marketplace, Aeroxchange

For more information please contact:
Aviation Marketing & Business Development
[email protected]
Phone :- +91 9677156327
#64, Sardar Patel Road, Taramani, Chennai, India – 600113

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M3 Solutions is the innovator behind the M3 Platform, a comprehensive hardware & software solution that streamlines device readiness by enabling remote, unattended content distribution (including OS deployments like Windows, Android, iOS and MAC OS) across networks worldwide. Administrators benefit from a hands-off IT solution for their organization’s fleet of devices to ensure synchonicity, manage security, distribute content, & deploy installations all from one platform. The M3 Platform reduces IT costs, return-to-service times and protects regulatory requirements from being unmet. Applicable to a variety of industries such as Aeronautics, Military, Health and trusted by Global manufacturers such as Air Canada, US Navy, and many more.

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Today we support 500+ aviation operators worldwide with flight planning and tracking software solutions.

AIR SUPPORT is a private software company founded in 1989. Our headquarters are located at Billund Airport, with our Research and Development department in Odense, Denmark. Though the company originates from Denmark, we also have regional representatives in France and USA.

AIR SUPPORT is best known for:

  • PPS Flight Planning
  • CrewBriefing App
  • OpsControl | Flight Watch | Weather Watch
  • Postflight data and statistics
  • 24/7 customer support – best in class customer support

and offering integration with more than 50 scheduling-, EFB- and maintenance systems, etc.

In fact, AIR SUPPORT provides software solutions in more than 90 countries globally. “PPS” is the preferred flight planning provider within European Regional Airlines (ERA).

This is what our users say about our software:

  • “We spend less time on the flight planning process and minimize the risk of making mistakes in procedures. “
  • “PPS is a very intuitive planning tool.”
  • “With the cost-optimization tool, we do not only save time but also money in the planning process.”
  • “We experience significant improvements in the production speed.”
  • “PPS is a user-friendly system that easily integrates with many of our existing systems.”
  • “We have unlimited access to databases and user-defined settings.”
  • “After the pandemic, we were surprised that the price continued to be low” and that the development of the system continues now even at a higher pace.

Innovation Strategy

Annually AIR SUPPORT invests more than 22% of the company’s turnover in research and development for preparing tomorrows solutions to the standard and requirements of flight operations world wide.


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Aerosoft Systems Inc. (AeroSoft) specialises in M&E systems for commercial aviation. “Maintain your Leading Edge” is the company’s motto.

Core business challenges solved for Aircraft Operators and MROs:

  1. 1)  Core Maintenance and Engineering System
    1. Aircraft Configuration
    2. CAMO
    3. Materials and Logistics
    4. Maintenance Accomplishment and Compliance
  2. 2)  Management of Manuals, SB/EO/EA and Task Cards
    1. Digital Standards based structured content (ATA iSPEC2200 / S1000D)
    2. Unstructured and Hybrid (PDF / XML/ SGML/ Frame /MS) Content
    3. Sophisticated management of OEM digital content and revisions
    4. Advanced Effectivity control and Revision control

AeroSoft has deployed solutions for Tier 2, Regional and Cargo operators now for over 25 years.

We take pride in excellent customer service accompanied by competitively priced software and services as a specialised solution provider. The Aviation/Aerospace sector recognises our MRO/M&E and CMS domain and technological expertise. The company has a highly efficient development team that is backed up by an experienced implementation team able to manage and deploy the most complex environments in the shortest possible time. Our professionally trained developers work closely with our customer-facing teams. These teams are experienced as mechanics, pilots, maintenance programme auditors and planners, or purchasing/inventory managers to deliver some of the strongest domain experience in the industry .

Mr. Thanos Kaponeridis founded AeroSoft Systems Inc., which is now 25 years old, in Toronto, Canada. The company also has offices in the United States , and Europe. Our long-term customers, who have remained faithful to the AeroSoft product line for up to 20 years, are servicing over 500 aircraft in the Americas, Europe, and Africa. Over 50 airlines/MROs have installed and used our products over the last 25 years, and customer/product loyalty stretches back to the early 1990s.

AeroSoft stands out as it offers three distinct products to service the MRO/M&E community: DigiMAINT NG and WebPMI MRO Solutions, as well as DigiDOC, an industry leading digital Content Management System (CMS). This distinguishes AeroSoft from single-product suppliers such as “CMS” and “MRO.” We have experience with classic and modern MRO/M&E based on relational database structures, as well as iSPEC2200, S1000D based on SGML and XML. AeroSoft makes use of critical interaction points between MRO and CMS, such as “Job Cards” and “Maintenance Programs,” as well as other “grey areas,” to ensure the most effective data management and regulatory compliance. Content from the past that is stored in proprietary structures, as well as airlines that want to go completely digital can use PDF in conjunction with current structured content in XML to provide effective migration paths.

Our DigiDOC has been shown to work seamlessly with a variety of ‘best of breed’ MRO systems, as well as our own DigiMAINT and WebPMI. As a key implementation service, we specialize in driving the process of data transformation, migration, loading, and validation (which is typically placed on the airline) in addition to the software installation. Imbedded modules and solutions for Business Analytics (DigiREPORTS) and Logistics Planning (DigiPLAN) are included in AeroSoft systems. All our solutions are 3-tier Applications with DB Servers, WebServers, and WebBrowsers that run on Microsoft, Linux, or IBM platforms over secure connections. Java, JavaScript, NodeJS, CSS, XSLFO, XSLT, XML, MS SQL, and HTML5 are among the strategic tools used by AeroSoft.

The company enters collaborations only when the prospect for economic and/or technical cooperation warrants it.

The solid product basis of AeroSoft encompasses hundreds of years of developed and acquired technology and business logic. We don’t appreciate our customers based on the number of zeros in their top or bottom lines; we value them all equally. Our products combine the stability of a long-standing market position with the advantages of the Internet, Cloud, mobility, and other advanced technology solution-based evolution.

We are looking forward to working with you!


For more information please contact:

AeroSoft Systems Inc.
5945 Airport Rd. Suite 254, Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1R9

Tel: +1 905 678 9564
Fax: +1 905 678 8269
E-mail: [email protected] Web:

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Boeing brings innovative services and solutions to its commercial, business aviation, general aviation, and defense and space customers around the world. Boeing Global Services (BGS) is a team of aviation experts working together with customers to maximize performance and drive operational efficiency.

Boeing customers can access more than 13 million parts, and 24/7 technical expertise and support on a broad range of spare parts requirements.

BGS digital solutions enable opportunities for enhanced operational efficiency across the entire aircraft lifecycle for customers, operators, pilots and technicians.

An expansive MRO network powered by BGS teammates, suppliers and partners enables fleet support around the globe – ensuring operational readiness.

BGS is focused on delivering best-in-class solutions that support customers’ current needs while shaping the future of aviation and aerospace.

For more information, please contact:Colette AlmeidaCustomer Engagement MarketingTel: +1-206-662-2121E-mail:   [email protected]Web:


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Performance Engineering since 1969

Flygprestanda is a leading supplier of aircraft performance solutions and has been since it was founded in 1969. The main product is the EFB-solution Guru2 that includes aircraft performance calculations, mass & balance and a world wide airport obstacle database covering more than 10 000 airports. The Guru2 app can be integrated with your EFB platform or flight planning system of choice and runs on iOS or Windows.

Flygprestanda also supplies regular Airport Analysis in RPM or PDF-form for download online, Drift down calculations, Load & trim sheets and NOTAM watch. The company is ISO 9001 certified and fully compliant with EASA/FAA-regulations.

For further information please email [email protected] or call +46 40 642 00 10

Guru 2 – EFB Solution

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Rusada is a leading provider of aviation software with over 35 years of experience in the industry. Its ENVISION software manages over 2,000 fixed and rotary wing aircraft for 150 operators, maintainers, and manufacturers in 45+ countries. With its headquarters in Switzerland and offices in the USA, UK, UAE, India, Singapore, and Australia, Rusada provides global support for a global industry.

Specialising in the management of airworthiness, maintenance, and flight operations, ENVISION is developed solely for aviation. Its modern, web-based platform features a suite of integrated modules, enhanced by a series of native mobile apps. ENVISION’s easy-to-use interface provides users with clear, actionable information, enabling processes to be carried out quickly and efficiently, and all without the need for paper or spreadsheets.


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At Conduce we design, develop and implement mobile solutions for the aviation industry. Established in its current form in 2009, but with over 100 man years of previous aviation operations, engineering and software experience. Our core product is a complete electronic solution for the Technical Log, but we also have many companion applications to aid our mission to make aviation processes completely paperless. Our Electronic Technical Logbook solution is certified under multiple NAA’s, including UK, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Latvia, Bahrain and is fully integrated with MRO/CAMO systems including AMOS, TRAX, OASES, Rusada, AerData Stream and more.

eTechLog8 is a mobile solution that replaces the aircraft paper technical log. A tech log page (TLP) must be completed for every flight as a legal record of the aircraft’s technical status and journey.

The solution contains full reporting of the aircraft OOOI times and sector information, including crew, take off and landing parameters, and delay information. eTechLog8 is also a solution for defect reporting and rectification. PIREP and MAREP defects are recorded and actioned on the device, and totally integrated aircraft fault code messages and MEL reference data gives engineers access to the information they need on the line in real time.

Fuel and other fluid uplifts are managed on the device, including features for recording suppliers and invoices, and a photograph feature to capture paper docket details. This provides significantly enhanced fuel efficiency reporting and financial reconciliation of invoices received from fuel suppliers. The solution complies with EASA AMC 20-25 and FAA AC 120-76D

eCabinLog8 is a mobile solution for recording aircraft faults identified by the cabin crew. As a companion application, it is totally integrated with eTechLog8 and removes the need to duplicate defect data.

Photograph, location and a brief summary of the cabin item is recorded, and then converted to a genuine airworthiness defect if required.

eCabinLog8 can be installed on a Panasonic ToughPad, or any other Windows, Android or IOS device, including personal issue mobile devices.

eCentral8 is the management website for all Conduce Mobile Aviation Solutions. Originally conceived as the setup portal through which eTechLog8 transmissions pass on their way to Airline back office systems via eGIS8, over the years eCentral8 has evolved into the parental core of the companion applications that have developed alongside eTechLog8.
eGIS8 allows multiple MRO/CAMO systems to be integrated to suit your requirements.

Other companion applications cover everything from Training to Documents and Forms.

More information can be found

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StorkJet is the market leader in aircraft performance and fuel efficiency. The team consists of over 30 experts specializing in the area of fuel efficiency, data science, and aircraft performance engineering. With strong research background, based on reinvesting 60% of the turnover in R&D, the company developed the most precise performance models on the market. With this technology, StorkJet has optimized over 4 million flights, from various aircraft types starting from turboprops and ending at the biggest jets. Thanks to that, StorkJet’s clients save 24 million dollars and reduced CO2 emissions by 105 thousand tons yearly. StorkJet’s software portfolio consists of:

  • AdvancedAPM, Aircraft Performance Monitoring software that provides up-to-date performance factors for accurate fuel planning. The process is fully automatic and works for all aircraft types,
  • FuelPro, a fuel efficiency dashboard, which helps to save fuel within 44 initiatives,
  • FlyGuide, an EFB app for pilots, which helps prepare for the flight and gives intuitive feedback after it.

Using StorkJet’s solutions airlines precisely monitor aircraft performance and reveal true saving potential across 44 fuel initiatives. All of the company’s clients received a return on investment during the first months of cooperation. Because of an amazing technology and its positive impact on the environment,  StorkJet has been awarded many times in competitions for the most innovative companies, being also selected as the best technology company in the world last year.

For more info visit their website >

Your Safety is the destination – since 2009

The SaaS company ASQS (Advanced Safety and Quality Solutions) is a leading global provider of web-based, integrated aviation safety, quality and risk management software, headquartered in Vienna, Austria, with subsidiaries in Bangkok, Thailand and Calgary, Canada.

With its core product IQSMS, the company specializes in developing and delivering an intuitive, user-friendly solution that supports aviation organizations in their daily business.

Founded by aviation experts in 2009, ASQS has many years of experience in aviation safety and quality management and extensive knowledge of the industry’s regulatory requirements. The company supports more than 280 small and large aviation organizations worldwide, helping to streamline internal workflows through digitization and automation to

  • reduce operating costs
  • maximize efficiency
  • increase safety
  • foster safety accountability and improve safety culture
  • ensure compliance in day-to-day aviation operations.

For Airlines | Business Jet Operators | Helicopter | Airports | MROs | Ground Handling/FBOs | UAVs

The IQSMS Suite is a web-based integrated quality and safety management solution designed by aviation experts for aviation professionals.


  • Hosted, maintained and supported by ASQS
  • Offline applications for mobile devices
  • Emphasis on data integrity and security
  • Adjustable to fit the operator’s requirements
  • Seamless customer support from 3 global offices
    in Vienna, Bangkok and Calgary

IQSMS consists of a series of modules that support the key areas of aviation operations, with the modular design allowing adaptation to the individual needs and requirements of different aviation organizations.

Quality Management                       Reporting                              Risk Management


In addition to the three core modules that cover the entire quality management, reporting and risk management, the IQSMS Suite offers expansion modules to complement the organization’s safety management.

Data Integrity and Security

Integrity: The IQSMS database is fed with data retrieved directly from the competent authorities (EASA, FAA, Transport Canada and many more) and publishing organizations (IATA, IBAC, ISO through Austrian Standards Plus GmbH) which ensures that IQSMS users always work with the latest published regulations, industry standards and protocols.
Security: ASQS ensures data security and protection of personal data through compliance with the most stringent global standards.

Meet us at our booth #E52 for more information or visit us online on LinkedIn or Facebook.

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Comply365 is the leading provider of enterprise SaaS and mobile solutions for content management and document distribution in highly regulated industries including aviation, rail, and energy. Comply365 supports the world’s most mobile and remote workforces with targeted and personalized delivery of job-critical data that enables safe, efficient, and compliant operations. Every day, hundreds of thousands of pilots, flight attendants, maintenance technicians, rail conductors and engineers, and energy workers rely on Comply365 for digital delivery of operational (OEM and company) manuals. Having played an instrumental role in the FAA’s approval of replacing the traditional, paper-based, pilot flight bags with electronic flight bags (EFBs), Comply365 partners with clients unlike other service providers to transform industries.

Comply365 offers a new approach to manage operational manuals and other documents that enables safe, efficient, and compliant operations in highly regulated industries such as aviation and rail.

The Comply365 content management and document distribution platform improves operational efficiency, compliance, and end user effectiveness through an integrated solution that covers the entire document lifecycle from authoring to personalized and targeted distribution of your content.

An integrated and end-to-end solution

Schedule a one-on-one meeting with us, stop by our booth for a demo or visit us online at

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Lufthansa Technik is the leading provider of aircraft maintenance, repair, overhaul and modification services for civil aircraft, from commercial to VIP and special mission aircraft. As the holder of international licenses for maintenance, design and production, we provide tailored maintenance programs, modifications, completions and conversions as well as innovative cabin products, material pooling and engine services, all seamlessly integrating with our digital fleet services offerings:

 With our digital TechOps platform AVIATAR we are shaping the future of aviation by combining the driving forces of technology, data, and people. We offer manufacturer-independent technical services for a broad range of fleets. AVIATAR provides an overall platform for the aviation industry, bringing together various solutions in one place and offering digital products and services for airlines, MROs, OEMs, and lease providers. While each individual solution already offers added value as a stand-alone version, it is the interplay of these applications that provides unique benefit for the user.

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For more than 30 years, Omega has been developing a smarter way to increase marketable aircrafts to flight operations and marketing while maintaining compliance with regulatory and engineering mandates all within a reliable maintenance planning and scheduling environment.

Ames is an effective and efficient aircraft maintenance scheduling tool that will facilitate decision making in aviation maintenance planning. Ames can optimize several fleets at once, providing more aircrafts in the sky for increased revenue of aircraft organizations. Customers consist of international, national, regional, and charter/business operators and include equipment from Airbus, BOEING, Bombardier, among several others.

At Omega, we can handle any size fleet.

We optimize maintenance planning and scheduling for 15% of the world’s largest airlines, which comprise more than 25% of all aircrafts in operation today. Our software keeps more aircraft in the sky, exponentially boosting the revenue of your organization.

Omega’s Ames Software can benefit any airline.

  • Optimize Schedule. Close gaps in your maintenance schedule.
  • Maximize Air Time. Increase aircraft availability.
  • Improve Planning. Add value to maintenance resources.
  • Reduce Overhead. Reduce maintenance organization operating costs.
  • Increase Profitability. Increase sales/profitability of maintenance services.
  • Save Time. Decrease system and process response times.

Learn more about Omega and Ames at

Call or email today to schedule a demo!  [email protected] or 972-703-5161

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FlightAware (a Collins Aerospace business) is the leading provider of real-time and historical flight information and insights to the global aviation community. FlightAware serves all segments of the aviation marketplace through best-of-breed applications and data services that provide comprehensive information about the current and predicted movement of aircraft. Through the collection, interpretation, and enrichment of hundreds of sources of data, including data from FlightAware’s own proprietary terrestrial ADS-B network spanning seven continents and in 200 countries and territories, the company is able to transform millions of raw flight data elements and deliver them as coherent, easy-to-consume flight stories. As a single source of accurate and actionable data for aviation players large and small, FlightAware is central to aviation.

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Since 1967, Jet Aviation has been crafting flight in its smoothest form. From one hangar in Basel, Switzerland, to some 4,000 employees, and some 50 locations worldwide. Aircraft Management, Aircraft Sales, Charter, Completions, Defence, FBO, Fixed and Rotary Wing Maintenance, and Staffing. Behind every effortless experience, are our people. Our artisans of aviation. Whether in the air, or on the ground, arriving or departing, underneath every journey are hundreds of hands, dedicated to the details. We started as a family business, and throughout our growth we have maintained our commitment to this personalized service. Owned by General Dynamics since 2008, we are the leading partner in global flight. Shaping innovative, world class standards in service and quality. Enabling global flight, with passion.

 Behind every seamless journey, is the perfect team. Our network spans the globe to find your unique match. Permanent hire or temporary placement, we bring aviation professionals together to offer tailored staffing solutions. Just for you.

 Your needs are unique. Our solutions are custom. We work one-on-one to understand what, and who, you need. Detail by detail. Our technical and service professionals, across all levels, in the air, on the ground, are ready to support. Each and every one, hand-picked by us.

 With some 35 years’ experience, we offer a full range of staffing solutions crafted and personalized for you and your needs. Permanent to temporary placement, full-service payroll management to outplacement; we are dedicated to finding the right employees for your company.

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 290 airlines or 82% of total air traffic. IATA supports many areas of aviation activity and helps to formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues. Over more than 75 years, IATA has developed global commercial standards upon which the air transport industry is built. The aim is to assist airlines by simplifying processes and increasing passenger convenience while reducing costs and improving efficiency.

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We ARE the team, and we HAVE the seasoned PROFESSIONALS and expertise you are looking for.   We also HAVE the TECHNOLOGY!

Our ATeam Partners have spent their careers as airline TechOps and Operations business professionals.  We now lead highly effective teams who are ready to help you.  We have a deep bench of experienced PEOPLE.  We augment your team or just run the projects for you and get it DONE!

YES! We help with IT product selection.

YES! We lead MRO and Operations business improvements and IT systems implementations.

YES! We do business process development, upgrades, testing, & training.

BUT WAIT… there’s more… 😊

Really, we are very different than other consultants.  We have negotiated leading MRO and Operations software licensing (for decades), we work with ALL the systems, we have our own SECURE cloud environments for hosting, reporting and BI tools, we do SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, DaaS, FaaS and XaaS (it’s not what you think!).  Many of these models are now commonplace and saving organizations LOTS of money.  Let us introduce you to the CLOUD.  We also have ongoing BUSINESS technical support to help the smallest to largest operators.  We’re not your average help desk.

We also do A LOT the dirty work. We’re not scared, and we roll up our sleeves to achieve YOUR aerospace technology goals.  We box dive in records for AIRCRAFT EIS/conformity, WE DO the data entry in your system, our A&Ps validate ADs, and we’ve counted and completed LOTS of physical inventories in warehouses.  AND TRAINING! Did we mention everyone needs to be trained?  We can help with some of the best train-the-trainer programs in the industry. Then, we give you the training materials.

In fact, we’re much like you and your circle of trusted friends in the industry. We are all entrepreneurs who like to solve problems. Some of us thought we wanted to retire, some of us are tired of working for big companies, but we’re all having fun, working hard together, solving problems (ok challenges…) in aerospace. We have mechanics, pilots, dispatchers, data entry clerks, C-suite business professionals, CHROs, PhDs, and CAMO post holders on the ATeam!  We’re an effective team of industry veterans blended with smart, highly motivated young professionals.  We have very little overhead and like to have fun helping you be successful in this otherwise very painful space.  We’re affordable and deliver HUGE value.

Oh, and WE’RE HIRING! If you, or someone you know, likes our model, and want to join the ATeam, PLEASE come by and introduce yourself.  We have a great network have helped with staffing too.

Please stop by our Aero ATeam table by the registration desk and meet some of the Aero ATeam professionals.  Let’s talk about how we can help YOUR ATeam.  We’re glad to meet you!

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Images and Videos from 2022 Conferences

Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Ops IT Conference – EMEA, 8th & 9th June 2022, London Heathrow, UK:

The format for the conference in Miami is identical.  There is a larger exhibit hall and more exhibitors in Miami.  The event truly provides a fantastic opportunity to meet with all the key solution providers in one room and the demo the different systems.

Video from the exhibit hall – 8th June 2022:

Photos showing the Exhibition Hall, Main Conference Room, and Workshop / Vendor Showcase Room:


Please select your relevant delegate registration option from the drop-down menu below.

  1. Airlines, Aircraft Operators and Independent MRO/M&E facilities have the choice of two VIP delegate registration options:
    – VIP Delegate Option 1: EURO € 295.00 / UK £ 245.00 / US $ 330.00 – includes 2 night’s accommodation at the conference hotel.
    – VIP Delegate Option 2: EURO € 95.00 / UK £ 80.00 / US $ 105.00
  2. All other delegates, including: consultants, IT Vendors, OEMs, etc., please select the ‘All Other Delegates’ option:  EURO € 950.00 / UK £ 795.00.00 / US $ 1065.00

All delegate places include: Conference materials and access to event App; Meals and Refreshments (Breakfasts, Lunches, Coffee Breaks on the 13th & 14th September, 2 hour Cocktail reception on the 13th September).

Conference Terms and Conditions


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Airline and Aerospace MRO and Flight Operations IT Conference – AMER takes place at the

Hyatt Regency Miami
400 S,
SE 2nd Ave,
FL 33131,
United States

+1 877-803-7534

Hotel website

***The Hyatt Regency Miami is now fully booked for the conference dates at the discounted rate.  For alternative hotels all within walking distance – SEE BELOW***

How to book your rooms:

Online: Book your room on line at

Telephone: Call +1 877-803-7534 and ask to speak to the reservations team.

How to get to the Hyatt Regency Miami:

From Miami International Airport

  • By taxi: A taxi will cost around $25 USD and take around 15 minutes.

Self parking $20.00 per day Valet parking $47.00 per day (Extra for oversize).

​If you have any questions about ​booking your accommodation at the conference hotel​, please contact us.


Alternative Hotels – within walking distance of the Hyatt Regency Miami:  – click here to view and to book your room

Carbon Neutral Event

Aircraft Commerce is proud to team up with our partners Conference Care and their Carbon Consulting team to deliver carbon neutral events in 2022.

How it works:

We’ll be using the Conference Care online Carbon Calculator to work-out the travel, accommodation and catering needs for the upcoming conference.  The Carbon Calculator will be sent to all delegates to enter their travel plans and only takes a few minutes to complete. This information then enables Conference Care to work us, the event organiser to measure the overall carbon footprint of the event, offer advice on how to reduce this footprint and offset any remaining carbon tonnage of the event.

Carbon Offset Programs

We offset the carbon emissions associated with the conference by supporting projects which provide clean, renewable energy to the grid in India & Vietnam, supply innovative efficient cooking technologies to rural communities in Guatemala, treat wastewater & provide clean biogas for industry in Thailand, and help to protect the precious Amazon Rainforest against
illegal deforestation in Brazil. As well as this, Conference Care will also be planting a tree right here in the UK for every 10 tonnes of carbon emissions that we offset.

Example Programs Include:

  1. UK tree planting and protecting the Amazon – UK and Brazil
    This project provides an opportunity to plant trees in the UK whilst also helping to protect the Amazon Rainforest
  2. ONIL Improved Cooking Stoves – Guatemala
    The ONIL Stove is a fuel-efficient stove that reduces the amount of firewood required by households by up to 58%, and results in lower emissions based on its construction. Since a very high proportion of fuel wood comes from non-renewable sources, this translates directly into reduced emission reductions from non-renewable extraction of wood. A single ONIL Stove will save between 3-4 tons of CO2e per year.
  3. Pacajai REDD+ Project – Brazil
    This project is working to prevent unplanned deforestation in native forests, which has occurred due to logging, squatting and attempts to implement pastures.
  4. Solar power project – Vietnam
    The project involves the installation and operation of Srepok 1 solar power plant with peak capacity of 50 MW. This project is located in Village 9, Ea Wer commune, Buon Don district, Dak Lak province, Viet Nam. The purpose of this project is to generate clean form of electricity through renewable solar energy source. The net electricity generated from this project (annual estimated electricity output is 75,606 MWh) is supplied to the national grid via the transmission line. The Srepok 1 solar power plant will use Polycrystalline panels to recover solar radiation. Polycrystalline modules are the most commonly used technology in commercial and industrial solar projets. Solar panels used in the project are imported from China, with a lifespan of 25 years.
  5. Biogas wastewater treatment and biogas utilisation project – Thailand
    This project captures methane at a Thai starch plant using two closed anaerobic wastewater treatment facilities and converts the gas into energy, partially replacing the need for fossil fuel consumption. The project has a twofold effect: it prevents methane from harming the climate and avoids thousands of tonnes of fossil fuel being burnt per year.
  6. 199.70 MW Wind Project in Maharashtra by BWDPL – India
    The main purpose of this project activity is to generate a clean form of electricity through renewable wind energy source. Bothe Windfarm Development Pvt. Ltd. is the promoter of the proposed project activity. The Project has 40 Wind Turbines of individual capacity 2MW each and 57 Wind Turbines of individual capacity 2.1 MW each in Maharashtra state of India. The total project capacity is 199.7 MW.

Speakers’ profiles in alphabetical order by their surnames.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |

Bachan, Allan

Vice President


Allan is a Vice President at ICF with 32 years of industry experience as an Aviation M&E, MRO and Supply Chain solutions and systems domain expert. He is responsible for ICF’s MRO Operations and IT practice and he manages the Aircraft Commerce Consulting relationship with ICF. His experience includes managing application design, development, and full cycle implementation – from selection to go-live – for strategic clients in the MRO industry using different commercially available MRO IT products. In his career, Allan has fulfilled the following leadership roles: MRO IT practice and technical lead; MRO systems Product Principal; M&E and MRO Solutions Director and Manager of Technical Records, Maintenance Planning and Production Control.

Bogie, Steve



Steve Bogie has over 30 years in Aviation, mostly with commercial Airline operators ranging from drone operations to regional carriers to a major international carrier and is a founding Partner with AeroATeam – specializing in aviation operations and the supporting technology. In addition to the AeroATeam, Steve is an Executive Advisor to Aero-Hygenx, an entrepreneurial start-up company utilizing autonomous robots and UVC technology in addition to being an Executive Consultant specializing in venture capital opportunities.

Prior to his current roles, Steve held the position of Vice President, Flight Operations and Technology at Drone Delivery Canada, a premiere autonomous drone logistics organization. Prior to DDC, Steve was Managing Director, IT with Air Canada and had responsibility for the organization’s IT systems, including the strategic vision and evolution these systems. In addition to alignment with the overall business and corporate strategies, Steve was responsible to lead the delivery and implementation of this strategy and the engagement of key strategic business partners.

Steve has held numerous senior roles in Corporate Strategy, Airline Operations, Customer Service and Community Relations as well as starting and operating his own Aviation consulting business.

Steve volunteers as a Board Member for the Airline Transport Association of Canada (ATAC) and Aerial Evolution Association of Canada.

Steve undertook his Business Administration studies at Kwantlen University College prior to entering the MBA program at Edinburgh Business School.

Bondt, Gerben

Line Training Captain

Wizz Air

Gerben is Line Training Captain at Wizz Air, based in Budapest, Hungary. Although he has been actively flying as a Captain for many years, he spends most of his time on digitalization projects within Wizz Air’s Flight Operations. This includes a complete replacement of the existing EFB solution across all AOCs, as well as the introduction of a Technical Logbook on iPads in the flight deck. With additional education in Computer Science at Avans University of Applied Sciences, he can combine his passion for Flight Operations and Digital Solutions.

Cavazos Zertuche, Paola

Flight Operations Engineering Manager


Paola is the Flight Operations Engineering Manager at Mexico’s ULCC Viva Aerobus. She started in the company as an intern and has grown ever since specializing in Performance, Weight and Balance and now with a very strong focus on Fuel and Flight Efficiency. Besides, she has accomplished significant milestones in the company, including a development of a customized web-based Loadhseet System, an in-house project for Electronic Flight Folder, among others.

She believes the future of aviation relies in finding disrupting strategies to achieve continuous efficiency, and not only for profitable reasons but for reaching a more sustainable operation.

Chazelle, Francois

Head of Sales Support, Safety Line


A confirmed aviation sales executive with a passion for opening new markets and building on a 30-year experience in the aviation industry, François Chazelle went from selling aviation consultancy services for Bureau Veritas to managing worldwide Corporate Jet sales at Airbus. He then delved in aircraft finance for a couple of years before joining Safety Line in 2016 as Partner and CCO, fully embracing the agility and drive to innovate that is typical of start-ups. Safety Line was acquired by SITA FOR AIRCRAFT in July 2021.

François holds a degree in Aerospace Engineering from ENAC, the French Civil Aviation School.

Cornelius, James



Mr. Cornelius, President of ROTA Technology, brings nearly 30 years of international military, defense contracting and commercial experience. He began his career with The United States Marine Corps, where he was deployed multiple times, supporting numerous different operations.

James’ wide range of experience in aviation spans various roles ranging from a mechanic with Boeing to managing multiple operational departments within a FAR 121 Airline. Since that time, he founded ROTA Technology and has led numerous digital transformation projects at most North American FAR 121 and many FAR 135 operations. His international experience includes the Middle East, Europe, Asia, and Africa. James’ career has been spent working with both the defense and commercial aviation markets providing consulting and industry support for MRO IT, maintenance and engineering, operations, and logistics.

Charles, Marco Antonio

Senior Manager of Software Governance and Fuel Efficiency Operations


Marco and his team are responsible for Operational and Maintenance software, Fuel efficiency and Operational data analytics.

With 26 years of experience in Airlines, Marco has worked in different areas such as Management information, Maintenance Reliability, Supply Chain, Crew Planning, Flight Ops, Software Implementation and Fuel efficiency.

Main projects focused on optimization technology tackling Spares Inventory cost, Crew headcount, Tail Assignment and a/c utilization, Fleet and Crew Tracking, Navigation, Fuel saving.

Cayouette, Dominic

Director of Maintenance and Partner


Dominic started in aerospace 2007 and became a licenced Avionics technician in 2012.  He started his career at Aeropro where he was an apprentice avionics technician for five years, and later joined Discovery Air Techncial Serivces where he specialized in aircraft avionics modifications.

Dominic joined WAAS in 2015 and helped grow the company from inception to 100 employees today.  WAAS currently offers its customers aircraft line maintenance, scheduled maintenance and avionics modifications, including AOG services.

Some of the modifications performed include:

  • Beech 350 for airport ground equipment calibration – approach Deustch engineering
  • Numerous customer modification on ATR42, Dash8 (FMS, APIRS, OEM SBs)
  • Beech 1900D full glass cockpit G950 (Garmin)
  • Dash 8-100 series for Glass Cockpit (Universal)
  • Beech 350 Glass cockpit G1000 system and harness building (Garmin)

Engineering projects, including design, drawings, installation and project management:

  • Beech 1900, USB and cabin AC inverter
  • Dash 8, USB and cabin AC inverter
  • Boeing 737-200, USB cabin and cockpit
  • CL415 firebomber, government contract for ADS-B (FAA requirement)
  • Several antenna installations on pressurized structure

Dinç, Mehmet

Documentation Center


Mehmet Dinç is the Documentation Specialist for SunExpress Airlines. His team is responsible for managing all company documents centrally. He has 8 years of experience in structured content, web-based authoring, XML and HTML publications.

He has carried out many projects on content management to increase efficiency and reduce risks within the operations, including migrating from MS Word to XML base documentation, paperless cockpit, single-source content usage, and transitioning the EFB library to Comply365, etc.

They are currently planning new innovations with his team to bring SunExpress’ Document Management System to a better position and increase the end-user experience.

Douglas, Kane

VP - Technical


Kane has worked extensively in commercial aircraft leasing for the last 10+ years. Currently employed by Avolon Aerospace, previous employers include CIT Aerospace that was acquired by Avolon in April 2017. Initially in a marketing role, Kane transferred to the technical division as a project manager and now VP. Overseeing retrofit modifications and assisting with aircraft transitions, Kane works with a variety of vendors and customers in negotiating engineering solutions along with material developments. Kane also served in the US Navy as an Avionics Technician on C-130 aircraft with initial training on F/A-18s. Kane holds a FAA qualified commercial pilot certificate with numerous ratings.

Davis, Tom

Chief Commercial Officer


Tom Davis is the Chief Commercial Officer for EmpowerMX a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions provider which enables the world’s leading airlines, MROs, and OEMs to more efficiently plan, execute, and optimize heavy maintenance, line maintenance, materials management, shops activities and component overhaul. In this role, Tom is responsible for delivering ROI and transformative efficiency gains to customers by shortening maintenance turn-around times (TAT), increasing aircraft availability, and lowering cost per available seat mile (CASM) by improving workforce utilization, eliminating unproductive workflows, providing real-time visibility into task completion and aircraft status, and digitizing and automating historically paper-based processes and documentation.

Starting in Aerospace the day after the Earth cooled, Tom has led almost every functional organization imaginable (except HR) serving customers globally in the commercial transport, business aviation and defense markets in senior executive roles with Garrett, AlliedSignal, Honeywell and most recently Wencor.

Godwin, Nick

Independent Consultant


Nick’s career started in 1980 with British Aerospace and for 23 years he was heavily involved in leading the worldwide marketing of BAE Systems Regional Aircraft products and services, including the Jetstream and ATP families of turboprop aircraft and the Avro RJ/BAe146 jet airliners.

Nick served for 9 years as an elected Board Member of the European Regions Airline Association.

Having worked for BAe in Prestwick, Scotland; Weybridge, England and Washington DC, he was part of the team that helped create Aero International Regional (AI(R)), a Joint Venture with the Franco-Italian turboprop airliner manufacturer, ATR based in Toulouse.

From early 2004 until May 2008 served in Derby, England as Marketing Director – Civil Aviation for Data Systems & Solutions, a Rolls-Royce subsidiary, responsible for worldwide market and product strategies for DS&S’ range of web-based predictive services, engine health monitoring and electronic flight bags for the aviation marketplace.

Nick was appointed as Business Development Director of Commsoft in May 2008 and 2 years later was promoted to Managing Director, with responsibility for winning new customer business, successfully growing the customer base, partnerships and services worldwide for the OASES MRO IT system.

Nick left Commsoft OASES in April 2020 and has been offering sales and marketing consultancy since then.

Nick has a Mechanical Engineering degree from Southampton University, England, is a keen aviation enthusiast, photographer, Chelsea FC fan and proud E-Type owner, dad and husband.

Hutchinson II, Roger

Manager TechOps Strategic Mx. Planning

FedEx Express

Roger has been with FedEx Express for 34 years and has been actively involved with various aspects of aircraft maintenance operations for almost 48 years.

Roger started his career in the United States Army as a Helicopter Mechanic, he has worked for a regional carrier as a Hangar Mechanic, a Logistic Support Analyst for Sikorsky Aircraft writing overhaul manuals.  Roger has held several managerial positions at FedEx Express over the years in QA/Technical Records, Maintenance Planning, Base Maintenance Hangar Operations, MRO Vendor Management and currently in Strategic Maintenance Planning.  In his current role, Roger’s team is responsible to act as in-house consultants to the TechOps organization concerning all things maintenance related such as usability of available aircraft ground time, resource requirements, fleet life cycle studies and future maintenance requirements including business simulations in both the Base & Line maintenance environments.

Roger holds an FAA Airframe & Powerplant and Private Pilot’s license.  Roger has a BS in Aviation Management from Southern Illinois University and a MBA from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

Hicks, Nate

Senior Director - Asset Records & Network Solutions

GE Digital

Nate Hicks is the Sr. Product Director for the Asset Records and Network solutions product portfolio.  He has been with GE for 15 years and has been a software product manager with the GE Digital, Aviation Software team since 2016.  Nate took the product management for the Asset Records products in 2017 following the acquisition of the AirVault company.  He has worked closely with the airline and lessor industry for the past several years building out the Asset Transfer System (ATS) application and has taken the product from infancy to what has quickly become the fastest growing product in the GE Digital portfolio. Outside of work, Nate is married with four kids and loves watching his kids’ sporting and is a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves.  

Johnson, Kristin

Technology and Auditing Manager

Delta Airlines

Kristin Johnson is the Technology and Auditing Manager for the Project Management Office at Delta Air Lines. Her team is responsible for managing maintenance technology and documentation.

She leads the innovation and upgrades of Airframe Maintenance technologies for production management, safety and compliance enhancements, and the shift to paperless documentation.  Amongst her responsibilities is the effective management and use of EmpowerMX.  Her current projects with EMX include Insights, LOTO, Tool Forecasting, and Maintenance Manager.

Khomenko, Iryna

Operational Efficiency Manager


Iryna Khomenko is a Manager of Operational Efficiency in IATA with 14 years’ experience in Aircraft Operations including, for the last six years, being responsible for development and progress for several projects within the Digital Aircraft Operations Initiative. Before joining IATA Iryna worked at Aerosvit Airlines in Ukraine for six years, having started her career in Ukrainian — Mediterranean Airlines after she had obtained her master’s degree in Management and Economics.

Kammerait, Matt

Vice President, Strategy, Planning, and Innovation

AAR Corp

Matt Kammerait is Vice President, Strategy, Planning, and Innovation for AAR, where he leads Product, Innovation, and R&D for the $2B aviation leader and service provider.

He’s worked in technology for 16 years, across a wide variety of industries (including 10+ years working with and in the aerospace industry) with experience in both startups and global enterprises. His areas of interest and expertise include Augmented and Virtual Reality hardware and software, wearable technology, artificial intelligence, computer vision, and machine learning. He’s also the primary inventor on a number of emerging technologies and holds 12+ patents across a variety of technology domains.

One of Matt’s primary passions is finding ways to bring the startup and enterprise ecosystems closer together, both commercially and collaboratively.

Kaptur, Dr. Emil

Head of Research and Development


Dr. Emil Kaptur is Head of Research and Development at StorkJet. He holds PhD degree in experimental physics and his expertise in data analysis and machine learning comes from his previous work at European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Currently, he leads a team of machine learning researchers with diverse backgrounds extending StorkJet’s performance models to cover not only in-flight performance, but all areas of aircraft operations where fuel can be saved.

Kissoondath, Wayne

Vice President - Portfolio Management

Jetstream Aviation Capital

Wayne Kissoondath is the Head of Portfolio Management & Chief Technical Officer of Jetstream Aviation Capital, the largest global aircraft lessor focused exclusively on commercially operated turboprop regional aircraft and engines. He has over 30 years of experience in aviation operations including technical, engineering and commercial management responsibilities within airlines, helicopter operators, aviation service providers and aircraft lessors.

Wayne is a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, from which he holds both Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Aviation/Aerospace Management. His professional education has included Strategic Marketing Management from the Harvard Business School and a Diploma in Aircraft Acquisition and Financing from the IATA Training and Development Institute in Geneva, Switzerland. He holds an ICAO Type II Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License with training and endorsements on the Airbus A319/320/321 and A330/340, Boeing 717, 737, 777 and 787 aircraft. He is certified in project management and holds a commercial pilot license.

Kosch, Michael

Global Key Account Manager


Michael has spent several years establishing and expanding ASQS’ customer project and key account management, leading major system implementation projects across multiple continents. He has a truly international track record in aviation safety management and brings a plethora of experience to his current role as Global Key Account Manager at ASQS.

His work centers on implementing IQSMS with ASQS’ clients and building trusted, long-term customer relationships while driving digital evolution in aviation safety around the world through the promotion of intuitive safety and compliance management technology. His expertise as a key account manager coupled with his vast experience in flight data monitoring gives him a deep understanding of the needs of aviation operators of all types and enables him to best support ASQS’ customers in digitizing and automating internal safety and compliance management processes.

Lye, Elliot

Senior Manager

United Airlines

Elliot Lye is the Sr. Manager of Aircraft Records at United Airlines where he leads the teams for New and Used Inductions along with Sales. Elliot brings 7 years of airline experience to the United Technical Operations area.  Currently, he is working internally on implementing AirVault into the United system, innovation with automated workflows utilizing IBM products and developing internal tools to speed up the induction process of new planes.

Maggiorre, John

Senior Advisor

Cranfield University

As a former Boeing executive leader, John developed a portfolio of digitally driven tools and capabilities plus served as The Boeing Company Executive Focal to Cranfield University during the inception of DARTeC. He is a digital aviation expert, in the area of vehicle health management and digital MRO, holding two U.S. patents for innovations in the area of analytics and vehicle health management.  John is also an Executive Consultant with Collinear Group in Seattle where he focuses on digital transformation and efficiency initiatives and is passionate about applying digital methods to support sustainability in aerospace.

Martens, Frank

Senior Director of Sales Aviatar and Digital Products

Lufthansa Technik

Frank Martens is the Head of Digital Product Sales and Customer Services at Lufthansa Technik. Prior he was Head of Product Sales Component Services EMEA and Global Head of Function Product Sales Components. Previous to that, he was Senior Director of Product Division Components & Landing Gear Services at Ameco in Beijing. He joined there from Lufthansa Technik where he worked between 2003 and 2012, and has also held roles at Industrial Investment Council, including Vice President Service Industries & Aviation, Director Service Industries and Project Manager Service Industries. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration from the Technical University of Berlin, and two semesters from Walter A. Haas School of Business, University of California.

Meehan, Clint

Director – Aircraft Records

United Airlines

Clint Meehan is Director of Aircraft Records at United Airlines. He has been in the airline industry for 12 years, working in various Technical Operations and leadership roles. During his time at United Airlines, Clint has implemented new tools and procedures, which have improved quality and compliance with FAA regulations. Clint is currently overseeing his third GE AirVault electronic record-keeping implementation. Clint is married to Katie with one daughter and loves traveling with his family, watching rugby, and playing golf outside of work.

Mortimer, Peter

Executive VP, Canada


Peter Mortimer is an Executive VP at aviation software provider Rusada. Peter has been working on aviation software projects for the past 15 years and began his career at Hawker Beechcraft. In 2015 he moved to Rusada where he managed numerous implementation projects before moving into the role of Client Services Manager for the Middle East. From there he transitioned into a Sales role for the company, and now works with exisitng and prospective customers in Canada.

Meeks, Casey

Technical Standards Captain

Frontier Airlines

Casey Meeks is the Technical Standards Captain for Frontier Airlines and just celebrated his 21st year of service as an APD, Line Pilot, and Flight Ops Technologist for Frontier.  As the Technical Standards Captain Casey has led Frontier Airlines through four generations of EFB Programs and continues to work to find unique solutions to ensure America’s Greenest Airline remains on the leading edge of digital solutions used to empower Flight Operations.

 Casey has worked closely with Aviobook to become the first US Airline to deploy the Aviobook solution and is the first airline worldwide to deploy the latest advanced offerings from Aviobook including Phase of Flight and Electronic Checklists.

Margul, Elliot



Elliot Margul founded Aerostrat with his co-founders Cody Morris and Frankie Angai almost 7 years ago and has been leading the company since its founding.

Elliot began his career as a Reporting Analyst at Alaska Airlines and later moved into Financial Planning & Analysis for Alaska Maintenance & Engineering.  Several years into his career, he left to found Aerostrat to create modern planning and maintenance tools for Aerospace and Defense.  He then lead Aerostrat from a pre-revenue startup to the market share leading solution and company it is today.  Today, Elliot manages the business side of operations and develops Aerostrat’s product and corporate strategy.

Elliot has a BBA in Business with an Accounting, Finance, & Managerial Information Systems specialization from the University of Washington.

Neufeldt, Doug

Senior Director Safety & Security

Eastern Airlines

Doug is a proven leader in Safety, Quality, and Regulatory Affairs. His nearly 30 years of industry experience in aircraft operations, Safety Management Systems (SMS), OSHA compliance, Quality Assurance and Control, and Root Cause Analysis have helped him to enact meaningful changes in Safety and the Safety Culture of the Companies he has been a part of. His vision and project leadership have driven positive change not only in his area of the business, but also Enterprise wide. He excels at relationship building skills both internally, and externally with our Regulatory Agencies as well as within the Industry, that has helped drive a truly collaborative and safer environment through working together to achieve organizational goals.

Olsen, Klaus

EFB Manager B-737

EFB Admin Services

Klaus have more than 15 years of EFB Administrator experience, earlier for Norwegian Air and now for a handful of airlines, inc. new startup Flyr. He manages EFB Admin Services Int. who delivers EFB Admin services under the oro.gen.205 and EFB support to airlines and suppliers world-wide. Klaus comes from a background as IT operations manager for Norwegian Financials Daily for close to 2 decades, and is a cyber security certified engineer. He is well known for his work ethic, which is often referred to as 24/7/365.

A main contributor to EFB development with software, hardware and connectivity providers, and never afraid to look at, and implement, new technology if it seems beneficial for more effective operations and a safer cockpit. Hands-on problem-solver with high work-ethic and even higher pace of work. Outspoken, creative, constructive listener, who never sugar coats (unfortunately…). More than once mistaken for being ignorant, frequently socially incompetent, and with a sense of humour that only the rarest seem to grasp. Despite this, openness, seriousness and quality do tend to be key elements in all his activities.

Schmitt, Matthias

Team Leader Flight Ops Engineering


After graduating from University of Applied Sience FHM in Munich Matthias Schmitt started his career with Lufthansa German Airlines in 1991.

As he focused his studies on for flight operations, he started his work within Lufthansa with flight operations support, flight ops engineering in managing A320Family documentation. This was a highly customized information by that time.

In 2004 Matthias took over the flight ops engineering team lead and therefore accept the resposibilty for long- and short range technical flight ops documentation and its IT support for Lufthansa german airlines.

In 2008 a major milestone with the introduction A380 gave way for the introduction of a XML based Comtentment System CMS to support the paradigm change of digitalization in documentation production. Producing paper and digital documentation for the LH fleet from a single source has been achived.

And again today Matthias is head of a project team for the Lufthansa Group to introduce a state of the art CMS to cover further digitalization requirements, compliance support and introducing digital Workflows of information management and approval.

Saunders, Paul

Solutions Director


Paul is a heavy weight product visionary and geek. He’s spent over 20 years in aeropace IT working with airlines, MROs, OEMs and software companies all over the world. He believes most business software sucks and is on a continued mission to do something about that. Currently he’s working as Solutions Director at Vistair Systems in the UK leading a team of Product Managers, Product Specialists and Project Managers. He spent the last 3 years outside of aerospace working in the Atlassian ecosystem and is currently banging on about bringing some of that SaaS, cloud and serverless tech into the aviation world.

Stazzone, Shawn

Sr Manager, Maintenance Technology

Spirit Airlines

Shawn Stazzone has over 35 years of military and commercial aviation experience. Shawn’s wide range of experience in aviation spans various roles ranging from a aircraft mechanic in the military to maintenance planning to his current role in maintenance technology, with over 15 years’ experience in a maintenance technology role.

Stiefel, Kurt

Safety Inspector, Flight Technologies and Procedures Division


Kurt Stiefel is an FAA Aviation Safety Inspector with Flight Standards’ Flight Technologies and Procedures’ Flight Operations Group. Before coming to the Flight Operations Group as an EFB policy writer, Inspector Stiefel worked as a Principal Operations Inspector in Chicago. Inspector Stiefel is both a pilot and an EFB user.

Steeves, Karl



Karl is the CEO of TrustFlight. Graduating with a degree in Engineering from Imperial College London, Karl originally worked in creating safety-critical software systems for electric vehicles. He then went on to become a commercial pilot, and founded TrustFlight in 2017 with the aim of using software to improve some of the processes he experienced in operating and maintaining aircraft.

Karl is Accountable Manager for the continuing airworthiness and asset management team within TrustFlight. He is also responsible for software products including the Digital Engine Log which assists operators in facilitating more efficient onboarding, management and lease return of engines.

Weber, Dominik

Lead - Flight Operations Support

Lufthansa CityLine

Dominik started his career in the Lufthansa Group in 2015 shortly ahead of graduating in International Marketing Management.

After his studies, he has been working within the Flight Operations Support of Lufthansa CityLine as well as in the Area Management Asia-Pacific in Singapore before returning to Lufthansa CityLine as Manager of Flight Operations Support. Shortly after, he took over the lead of this division, being responsible for operational procedures, flight operational IT, crew administration, fuel-saving strategies, as well as documentation control. Currently, he is about to complete his Executive MBA at the Technical University of Munich.

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