4-Feb-2020 Source: Web Manuals
Web Manuals, the world leader in aviation document digitization, is celebrating the signing of Air Center Helicopters at this year’s HAI-HELI.
Texas-based Air Center Helicopters operates its fleet of Airbus and Bell helicopters under FAA Part 91, Part 135, Part 133. Part 137 and Part 145 certificates, meaning a high number of regulatory documents are required. By digitizing these with Web Manuals, the company can now author, edit, update, publish, and distribute its operations manuals quicker, more efficiently and improving safety across the organization.
Krister Genmark, Director of Operations Americas at Web Manuals, says: “Air Center Helicopters has a wide range of helicopters in its fleet – from the Bell 407 to Airbus H225 Super Puma – operating in various remote locations in the world, meaning that many different manuals must be updated on a regular basis. Managing these digitally with Web Manuals will enable Air Center Helicopters to stay focused on the important mission at hand, while also providing the team with vital information for a safe operation.”
Eric Gibson, Director of Operations at Air Center Helicopters, adds: “Web Manuals is the perfect product to streamline our document development, distribution, and control. The key to our future is efficiency and Web Manuals is now part of that journey. This cutting-edge product is ideal for our dynamic, rapidly growing organization.”