Web Manuals Sweden AB, developer of digital documentation solutions for the aviation industry, is announcing German operator, Heli-Flight as its latest helicopter customer.
For nearly 40 years, Heli-Flight has provided services in pilot training, supported the emergency medical services and worked with local governments to advance major projects. The company operates a fleet of seven helicopters, with a further five fixed-wing aircraft, and will use the Web Manuals application to author, review, publish, distribute and control its operations manuals.
An increasing number of helicopter operators are embracing Web Manuals’ technology, and now make up 15% of the company’s customer base. Heli-Flight joins this growing segment, which includes Germany’s foremost air rescue service, ADAC Luftrettung; Babcock Scandinavian AirAmbulance; Babcock MCS Offshore and PHI Air Medical, the leading air ambulance provider in the United States.
Martin Lidgard, founder and CEO of Web Manuals, says: “Heli-Flight is an extremely fast-growing and dynamic operator and, like all operators who haven’t gone digital, every day faced the complex and time-consuming challenge of maintaining its manuals libraries. We are very proud to have been selected to help simplify the company’s processes. This will improve its regulatory compliance and flight safety so the business is more agile to respond to changes, enabling it to stay a step ahead of its competitors.”
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