Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 25 January 2017
AerData, announced today that Interjet has chosen AerData’s Secure Technical Records for Electronic Asset Management (STREAM). AerData’s software and services improve efficiencies and enhance competitiveness for customers, including some of the world’s largest airlines, lessors and MROs. In selecting STREAM, Interjet is increasing its use of digital media to manage key maintenance records and data analytics-driven tools to make more informed maintenance decisions.
STREAM is the industry standard electronic aircraft records management solution. It is a secure web enabled system that allows the MRO, airline, or lessor to manage the entire history of the asset and easily share documents with 3rd parties. This allows for smooth and efficient transition of aircraft and easy remarketing. STREAM is a proven cost saving tool over the life of the asset and also during redelivery.
In addition to using STREAM to manage maintenance records, Interjet uses AerData Engine Fleet Planning And Costing (EFPAC), to optimize engine maintenance planning, spares availability and budgets by analyzing technical and operational data with lease requirements and fleet renewal constraints.
C.I.O, Interjet, Adrian Pineda Bedolla, said, “We are very pleased to expand our relationship with AerData. Using data analytics to make more effective decisions is a key differentiator for us, as we move from a digital in house solution to a robust industry solution that enables connectivity with other systems. AerData’s EFPAC and STREAM will help us improve both of these essential focus areas.”
Commenting on the announcement, Matthew Bull, CEO of AerData said, “We are very proud in serving Interjet with our industry leading software products, STREAM and EFPAC. Interjet have built a lot of trust in AerData through all the products and services we have installed over the years - They are a prime example of how businesses drive more analytics into their business decision making approaches though combining products from the Digital Aviation ecosystem.”
AerData, provides lease management, records management, engine fleet planning and audit and inspection software as well as technical and back office services for aircraft and engine operators, lessors and MROs. With a strong customer focus, AerData delivers a reliable and secure service to its clients using latest technologies and state of the art infrastructure.
Interjet is Mexico's "all inclusive" airline which offers the largest space between seats and the possibility to check up 50 kilograms of luggage without additional charge or up to 75 kilos in Priority class, in which sports equipment or pets can be included. All flights offer free snacks and drinks, as well as a ladies-only lavatories and a permanent discount for seniors. Its fleet of 70 aircraft serves 53 destinations, 37 in Mexico and 16 international.
It has a maintenance center, which is certified and qualified to perform maintenance and services on commercial aircraft of other airlines, in addition to their own. It is certified in Mexico by the DGAC (Civil Aviation Authority in Mexico) and by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) from the United States. Additionally, the Civil Aviation Authority of Colombia and the Republic of Chile, awarded Interjet with the Certificate of Operation as Foreign Aeronautical Repair Workshop, complying with the regulation requirements of these countries. For more information: interjet.com
Diana Ocampo Medina
Head of Public Relations, Interjet
Tel. +(52) 55 91 78 55 00 ext. 5708
Alba Romero Garrido
Communications and PR Manager, Interjet
Tel. +(52) 55 91 78 55 00 ext.5571
Sharon Heaton, Marketing Executive, AerData
Phone: +44 1293 842 438
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