October 9, 2018
US operator Jet Linx has signed up for maintenance tracking and inventory management with Traxxall. The company offers a jet card programme with guaranteed aircraft availability at fixed hourly rates as well as an aircraft management programme offering oversight of all aircraft ownership responsibilities, including pilots, training, maintenance, fuel, hangar operations, FAA compliance and insurance.
Last year, Jet Linx started to re-evaluate its aircraft maintenance tracking needs. After thorough review, the team decided to migrate its fleet of aircraft to Traxxall in a process that was completed in July. The operator is now using Traxxall's maintenance tracking and inventory management modules across all of its locations.
“We have been very pleased with Traxxall's performance and the enrolment of our fleet has gone smoothly,” explains president and CEO Jamie Walker. “Maintenance tracking was the last part of our business that lacked real-time reporting.”
According to Walker, the benefit of real-time data transfer was one of the major reasons for adopting Traxxall. It is now integrated with Jet Linx's Rockwell Collins flight operating system and continuing analysis and surveillance system.
“The owners of our managed aircraft also enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that Traxxall protects the resale value of their assets by generating detailed reports that prove an aircraft has been maintained in accordance with best practices," Walker continues. "Ultimately, our decision to work with Traxxall was guided by the fact that we share the same commitment to service excellence."
Traxxall president Mark Steinbeck adds: “Tracking maintenance and managing inventory for a fleet and operations of this size requires a robust product, expert support and a results-oriented company culture. We have successfully demonstrated these capabilities and look forward to working with the Jet Linx team to develop additional reporting packages, new modules and tailored dashboards, all of which contribute directly to the optimisation of operations.”