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Algerian Operator Makes the Jump to All-Digital Documentation

ATR’s Electronic Document Control Finds a New Client in Air Algérie

Algerian carrier Air Algérie will be moving onboard ATR's Digital Maintenance Documentation package in an effort to "optimise the maintenance and engineering operations" for its fleet.

Air Algérie operates a fleet of 15 ATR aircraft in its home market, making them a well-placed carrier to put fully digitized documentation into practice. The 3-year digital maintenance documentation contract is offered by ATR, and grants customers a "raw data of line maintenance publications in XML format, to be uploaded into the airline’s Maintenance Information System via ‘AMOS’, the comprehensive solution designed by Swiss-AS to optimise the digitalisation of airline maintenance management."

Air Algérie believes it "will benefit from both time and costs savings, and improved safety and compliance. The airline will be able to shorten revision processes, make the distribution of publications swifter and paperless, reduce preparation time for maintenance checks, standardise the structure and format of its documentation, improve information consistency across all aircraft manuals, automate revision tracking and document control, therefore saving time while preparing regulatory audits."

“We are proud to be the launch customer of this new service that will help us streamline our daily maintenance procedures, reducing downtime and increasing our fleet’s availability," said Laid Bouchama, Technical Director of Air Algérie. "This three-party cooperation ensures that we all benefit from the greatest expertise in terms of on-the-ground operations, engineering insights and digitalisation, to the benefit of our passengers who will appreciate the reliability of our service.”

Fabiano Faccoli, Chief Executive Officer of Swiss-AS, commented: “We are pleased to see that the partnership agreement recently signed with ATR already benefits our customers, and that our digitalisation solutions are a real support to their daily operations. It’s technology at its best, making our customers’ daily tasks easier and ensuring they can focus on core and value-added activities.”


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