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Starlite signs up for Traxxall tracking
Starlite Aviation Group, with operations in Ireland, South Africa and Mauritius, is the latest company to sign up to Traxxall Technologies, a provider of maintenance tracking and inventory management.
Read this story in our June 2017 printed issue.

Starlite Aviation Group, with operations in Ireland, South Africa and Mauritius, is the latest company to sign up to Traxxall Technologies, a provider of maintenance tracking and inventory management.

Starlite provides helicopter services and specialises in complex missions, including relief work, HEMS, medevac, and oil and gas support. It flies more than 45 aircraft including Airbus, Bell, Guimbal, Robinson and Sikorsky helicopters and TAF Sling 2 light fixed- wing aircraft.

“We have been using Traxxall for several months and are very pleased with the benefits that it delivers,” says group COO Alan O'Neill. “The system is efficient, cost-effective and user-friendly, and the service is excellent. The Traxxall team is very knowledgeable and responsive to our needs. Our aircraft were enrolled quickly and the support has been great. As our fleet has grown, Traxxall has grown with us.”

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