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Airbus Helicopters launches Fleetkeeper Electronic Flight Folio for South Africa

Posted 12 September 2017 · Add Comment

Airbus Helicopters Southern Africa is offering its Fleetkeeper electronic technical logbook and electronic flight folio to customers and operators in South Africa, following its authorisation by the SACAA.

Fleetkeeper enables helicopter owners, pilots, maintenance and airworthiness managers to track flight hours, flight cycles and any other information regarding maintenance. It provides a helicopter’s airworthiness status to the pilots and records technical events during aircraft operation and any additional maintenance or repairs performed in-between scheduled base maintenance visits.

“We’re delighted to make this efficient application available to our South African customers and operators and intend to offer it in other parts of Southern and East Africa soon.  We are currently in the process of securing similar authorisations from civil aviation authorities in other African countries, including Namibia and Kenya,” said AHZA Managing Director, Arnaud Montalvo.

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