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Mission Mountain Flying Services Opts for novoFlight Technologies Scheduling

Software Seeing Continued Uptake in World of Mission-Driven Aviation

Mission Mountain Flying Services, a specialized aerial service provider, has jumped on the novoFlight bandwagon as an "early adopter client". 

The operator takes on a pretty wide array of general aviation services, including fire patrols, aerial survey, and charter transport. They will begin integrating novoFlight's Aviator Platform into their daily operations, using it to log flights, schedule block times, and manage 'aircraft discrepancies'. Aviator acts as a one-stop shop for all the usual scheduling uses, with additional layers of use that enable it to keep track of FBO service requests and aircraft status.

"This partnership with Mission Mountain Flying Service is a testament to our shared vision of elevating aviation safety standards," said Leland R. Johnson, CEO of novoFlight Technologies. "We are excited to see how the Aviator platform will transform their operations, offering unparalleled operational insight. 

The firm said "This partnership marks a significant milestone in novoFlight Technologies' mission to "Help You Fly Safer" by integrating cutting-edge digital tools and analytics into the aviation industry." Aviator allows users to document squawks directly, taking photos and videos with their phones and uploading them to be seen by maintenance personnel. That’s a bit hands-on, even mundane compared to some of the more high-tech but still somehow nonfunctional maintenance systems like Lockheed’s ALIS. For small timers with general aviation aircraft, tracking maintenance doesn’t quite need teraflops of compute power to predict their next part breakage - just having the pilots keep abreast of things is a much more achievable, and reliable solution.

FMI: www.MissionMountainFlyingService.com

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