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Falcon draws data together with Envision
Falcon Aviation Services is now using Envision software to manage its airworthiness, maintenance planning, maintenance execution and inventory. The system links previously separated functions.
Falcon will manage its 35 strong fleet MRO and flight operations requirements with Envision.
Read this story in our April 2022 printed issue.

Emirates-based operator Falcon Aviation Services has gone live with Rusada Envision software after a successful implementation project conducted by Rusada’s Middle East division.

Chief operating officer captain Ramandeep Oberoi says: “We selected Envision because we needed a system that could effectively link our airworthiness, maintenance and inventory activities. Previously, these functions were working in isolation and weren’t benefiting from the shared knowledge that Envision provides. Migrating to a new software platform can always be challenging, but the team at Rusada and our team here have gone above and beyond to make the transition as smooth as possible, and to guarantee this project’s success.”

Falcon will use Envision to manage its airworthiness, maintenance planning, maintenance execution and inventory through its fleet management, base maintenance and inventory management modules.

Rusada CEO Julian Stourton adds: “I’d like to congratulate the teams at Falcon Aviation Services and here at a Rusada for an incredibly well-executed project. After the inevitable slowdown in implementations due to COVID, we are now seeing projects kick into gear again, with this being our third go-live in the last three months. We look forward to even more in the year ahead.”

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