Digital records and asset management solution provider flydocs, has announced a five-year extended software deal with Cebu Pacific Air (CEB), the Philippines’ leading carrier, to digitise and automate processes of daily records and asset management of its fleet of over 80 aircraft.
The renewed partnership will benefit Cebu Pacific Air with a seamless interface through flydocs’ enhanced integration with the leading M&E software AMOS to support aircraft records auditing and receive a fully paperless approach to its records and asset management.
Commenting on the announcement, Shevantha Weerasekera, VP Engineering-Maintenance at Cebu Pacific Air said: “Over the past three years, as a long-term partner, we’ve grown with the support of flydocs, a global leader in digital records and asset management, as we have been able to successfully work through their commitment of being innovative to digitising our aircraft maintenance records. The integration of flydocs and AMOS would benefit us by improving operational efficiency, data accuracy, real-time Information, and compliance management. The significant extension of our agreement represents a deepening of our partnership as we look forward to continuing our close collaboration with flydocs.”
Philippines with 35 domestic destinations. It also currently operates flights to 24 international destinations, spanning across Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. The airline flies from three strategically placed hubs: Manila, Cebu, and Clark.
Cebu Pacific (CEB), the Philippines’ leading airline, entered the aviation industry in March 1996 and pioneered the “low fare, great value” strategy and has flown over 200 million passengers since its inception. CEB offers the widest domestic network in the Philippines with 35 domestic destinations. It also currently operates flights to 24 international destinations, spanning across Asia, Australia and the Middle East. The airline flies from three strategically placed hubs: Manila, Cebu and Clark.
CEB currently operates the youngest jet fleet in the country with its 73-strong fleet of 57 Airbus – 12 A321neos, 18 Airbus A320ceos, seven Airbus A321ceos, 14 Airbus A320neos, one Airbus A330ceo and five A330neos – 14 ATR 72-600s and two ATR freighters.