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ATP is proud to announce its latest partnership with Kalitta Charters II. They have chosen the Flightdocs Maintenance and Inventory modules to support its charter and cargo fleet, including Boeing 727s and 737s.
Epic Aircraft will utilize ATP’s Flightdocs for maintenance tracking and electronic logbooks across their fleet of E1000 GX aircraft, and will leverage the ATP Aviation Hub to distribute technical publications, including maintenance manuals, wiring diagrams, and IPCs.
The integration gives users the ability to access their library of OEM technical publications and regulatory content from directly within the Flightdocs maintenance tracking platform.
ATP will be the exclusive source for all technical publications produced by Thrush Aircraft LLC, along with supporting their new online integrated parts catalog and ordering service.
Flightdocs to become a part of ATP, creating a global leader of information services and software solutions focused on aircraft safety and reliability.
ATP will be the exclusive source for all technical publications produced by Maule, helping them deliver a superior customer experience through the cloud-based ATP Aviation Hub.
ATP will be managing the distribution of all Beringer Aero technical publications across all wheel and brake product lines that are used on a wide variety of OEM airframes.
Software and information service provider ATP and Flightdocs maintenance-tracking service have integrated their products, allowing users to access technical publications and regulatory information directly from the Flightdocs platform.
Aviation Maintenance Podcast
ATP’s CEO, Rick Noble, sat down with Aviation Maintenance Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Joy Finnegan, to discuss what it was like for ATP to acquire Flightdocs during the pandemic.
Dr. Mike Profit explains how ATP CaseBank’s SpotLight troubleshooting solution is helping the industry’s workhorse aircraft, the Boeing 737NG
Aircraft IT MRO
Dr. Mike Profit, Chief Product Officer at ATP CaseBank shared details on the SpotLight troubleshooting solution for Boeing 737NG in a tell-all interview with Aircraft IT MRO.
Aircraft IT MRO
Mark Langley, Chief Technology Officer at ATP CaseBank, shares how machine learning is solving a long-standing issue for airlines and improving overall safety.
The most important information crucial for predictive maintenance and troubleshooting is in the form of words as opposed to numbers. Natural language processing (NLP) is the tool used for this kind of data. ATP CaseBank uses NLP in its ChronicX solution that identifies, consolidates, and ranks recurring, chronic defects across aircraft fleets regardless of the ATA coding.
Aviation Week Intelligence Network
As the aircraft maintenance industry is safety-critical, and highly varied, making it digital is a tough task. CaseBank Technologies, inc., a Division of ATP, has taken on this task with its innovative SpotLight® and ChronicX® technology solutions.