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Online solutions providers band together to lead the market
With the addition of Flightdocs, ATP will now support 75,000 maintenance professionals across more than 7,500 customers in 137 countries. What started as a partnership has become an opportunity.
Chairman and CEO of Flightdocs Rick Heine.

ATP and Flightdocs are joining forces to create one of the largest providers of software solutions and information services within the aviation industry. ATP will deliver powerful, cloud-based software solutions for aircraft maintenance tracking, troubleshooting, recurring defect analysis, inventory management and flight scheduling, combined with a robust library of technical publications and regulatory content.

Founded in 2003, Flightdocs has grown to be the second-largest provider of aircraft maintenance tracking and inventory management solutions in business aviation. The company's long-standing reputation for revolutionary software and support has made it a top choice for flight departments around the world. ATP, which has nearly 50 years of experience, provides aircraft technical publications and regulatory information, connecting more than 45,000 maintenance professionals to OEM content and airworthiness directives. The company's software division is a leading provider of repetitive defect and troubleshooting applications, focused on reducing operating costs, improving reliability and supporting technical knowledge sharing.

“We are very excited to join forces with the team at ATP,” notes Rick Heine, chairman and CEO of Flightdocs. “What began as a partnership quickly evolved into a much larger opportunity. By joining ATP, we will be able to create unique products and services that will have a significant impact for our customers, driving efficiencies, reliability, compliance and safety across the industry.”

Customers of both ATP and Flightdocs will have access to a comprehensive suite of solutions to support the safe and reliable operation of their aircraft. The Flightdocs platform will now leverage the technical publication libraries, regulatory content and chronic defect analysis and troubleshooting software offered by ATP. Combined, the two companies will bring even more innovation and technical capabilities to the business aircraft maintenance tracking, inventory management and flight operations software markets.

“Flightdocs' commitment to innovation and service makes it an ideal addition to the ATP family,” comments Rick Noble, CEO of ATP. “Working together, our goal will be to deliver the most advanced maintenance tracking, inventory management and flight operations software on the market. One known for excellent support, a superior user experience and powerful tools that can create massive benefits for our customers.”

With the addition of Flightdocs, ATP will now support 75,000 maintenance professionals across more than 7,500 customers in 137 countries. Further, the team plans to continue investment in the development of new products to serve the business aviation, general aviation, commercial aviation, military/defence and OEM markets.

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