The Aircraft IT MRO & Aircraft IT Operations eJournals have harnessed the expertise of industry insiders and IT users themselves to produce unique and valuable reference sources. Each publication features keynote White Papers from leading industry consultants and case studies written by the IT users themselves - airlines, MROs and aircraft operators. Case studies published to date have been written by key IT Execs from the following companies: AirAsia, Bangkok Airways, Turkish Technik, Lufthansa CityLine, Thai Airways, Gol Linhas Aereas, Marshall Aerospace. We cover topics such as: EFB, ETL, Fuel Saving solutions, ACARS, CMS, Fully Integrated MRO Solutions, Project Management, Enterprise & the Flight Deck, Mobile MRO Solutions, plus lots more.
IT is the new leading edge development in Aviation with new and updated IT solutions continually coming to the market. Innovative airlines, MROs and aircraft operators are adopting systems, and trying new IT theories and techniques with varying degrees of success. The Aircraft IT eJournals provide the perfect platform and reference material for a global exchange of ideas and expertise and are therefore a must read for anyone associated with IT in aviation and how the latest technology can assist with cutting costs and increasing efficiency, or anyone wanting to find out more information.
Regular features include:
• Latest Industry News and technology updates.
• Real-life Case Studies written by airlines, operators and MROs.
• Keynote White Papers written by leading industry consultants.
• A Software Directory.
• Send the author of a feature a question.
• Vendor Job Card / Flight Log.
• Latest Industry Vacancies.
Plus lots more!
How it Works!
Simply download the Aircraft IT App and receive the latest eJournals completely free. Once toy have the app, you will be alerted each time a new publication is uploaded. Don’t forget to register for free to become a full member to the Aircraft IT website to allow you to view all back issues, take part in love software demonstration webinars, ask the author a question, ask an expert, plus more.”