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interCaribbean Airways goes digital with ELB
The Electronic Logbook will enhance operational efficiency and support greater regional capacity across the fleet of Embraer, ATR, Bombardier and Twin Otter aircraft.
TrustFlight's ELB will drive digital process adoption across the interCaribbean fleet.

Turks and Caicos Islands-headquartered interCaribbean Airways has selected TrustFlight's Electronic Logbook (ELB) solution to drive digital process adoption across its fleet of aircraft to enhance safety and generate real-time aircraft insights while eliminating time-consuming paper processes.

The regional airline operates a fleet of Embraer EMB120, Embraer ERJ145, ATR 42, ATR 72, CRJ700 and DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft and as it increases its regional capacity, it is seeking to enhance operational efficiency. Adopting digital processes will help to expedite information communication with real-time notifications and maintenance status of aircraft.

"interCaribbean has been evaluating an Electronic Logbook solution and concluded TrustFlight offers the right blend of customisation with one of the best user interfaces we have evaluated," says COO Craig Chapple. "We look forward to the implementation of this solution with the positive benefits of enhancing our safety metrics, reduced risk and improved digital compliance."

TrustFlight's Electronic Logbook capabilities such as QR Code validation help ensure maintenance task efficiency while offering a robust dashboard that provides at-a-glance, real-time insights into aircraft serviceability.

"TrustFlight is committed to our global airline partners, and we look forward to supporting interCaribbean Airways' goal of going paperless," says CEO Karl Steeves. "We are seeing the demand for Electronic Logbook solutions increase across all segments of aviation, and we forecast that trend to continue as operators seek ways to enhance efficiencies in a post-COVID world."

The ELB enables fully digital workflows for crew and maintenance personnel by automating vital information to greatly enhance speed and accuracy while reducing low-value-added operations. Furthermore, it integrates into various systems including RAAS, CAMP, Leon Software and over 20 others, allowing users to leverage bi-directional data flows to maintain a connected digital ecosystem.

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