ATP, a provider of aviation software solutions and information services, has launched a new integration between Flightdocs and its Aviation Hub. The integration gives users the ability to access their library of OEM technical publications and regulatory content from directly within the Flightdocs maintenance tracking platform. Flightdocs joined the ATP group in June.
“When Flightdocs became part of the ATP family, one of the first things we wanted to do was create powerful integrations between our suite of products,” says Rick Noble, CEO of ATP. “The launch of this new integration gives our customers instant access to maintenance manuals, technical publications and regulatory information without leaving their maintenance system.”
The Aviation Hub provides users with access to over 1,700 technical publication libraries across 90 OEMs, as well as FAA and EASA regulatory content. With the launch of the new integration, Flightdocs users can instantly access their libraries from their maintenance due list, eliminating several steps in the process to get to aircraft maintenance manuals.
“We continue to invest heavily in the evolution of the products we're delivering to aircraft owners, operators and OEMs,” adds Greg Heine, chief strategy officer at ATP. “The merge of ATP and Flightdocs just a few months ago strengthened our ability to develop new products, features and integrations across all of our platforms. We're excited about this new launch and have numerous major releases planned over the next year.”
ATP will be attending the NBAA virtual event, VBACE on 2-3 December, and will be showcasing this new integration and many new features on both the Flightdocs and Aviation Hub platforms.