Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference

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We are delighted to welcome you back to the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference – EMEA 2023. As well as addressing continuing industry challenges, this year’s event also has a clear focus on the future.

The pandemic was hugely disruptive and recovery remains a work in progress. Driven by that factor, those digital and paperless processes that were once considered ‘nice to have’ developments, are now ‘must have’ priorities. IT is indisputably at the heart of any modern airline; the key enabler for recovery and future prosperity. The benefits of digitization and paperless processes with integrated and enhanced IT platforms are clear for airlines, aircraft operators and MROs: now is the time to act on unlocking those benefits.

Of course the sector still faces challenges. The war in Ukraine shows no signs of ending and the global cost of living crisis is affecting the flying public in their pockets. That makes it more important than ever that airlines, operators and MROs have the most modern IT solutions in use in order to be efficient, agile, flexible and fast as possible to be prepared for any future instability or changes.

With more than 55 leading software and hardware vendors in the nearly sold-out Exhibition Hall, attendees will enjoy unprecedented opportunities to meet vendors, discuss their own challenges and priorities, and see demos of the latest and leading digital solutions. Airlines and MROs who have already embarked on post-Covid recovery and digitization by implementing new and modern IT solutions will be sharing their experiences in the conference agenda, plus there will be the established line-up of industry experts, vendor showcases, workshops, and more to help you unravel and understand this brave new world and the opportunities available to airlines, operators and MROs that embrace an IT driven future.

We are excited to welcome you and urge you to register to attend this event. We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam in June.

Ed Haskey | Event Director | Aircraft Commerce and Aircraft IT


Event Highlights

This conference provides you with a number of fantastic opportunities:

  • Conference Agenda: A Two-Day Agenda of case studies, keynote presentations, interactive workshops, and vendor showcase sessions; covering the latest trends and developments in this rapidly developing sector of the industry. Click on the ‘Agenda’ link above for full information.
  • Exhibition Area: 55+ leading Aircraft M&E / MRO and Flight OPS IT Vendors are showcasing their latest digital solutions. Demo all the leading solutions in just 2 days:
    • EFB: Latest Full Systems, Pilot Apps, Real-Time Flight Deck Data, Aircraft Performance
    • ETL / ELB: Pilot, Crew and M&E Solutions and Apps from all the Leading Suppliers
    • Flight Ops: Digital OCC Apps, Flight Planning, Connectivity, Real-Time Weather
    • M&E / MRO: End-to-End M&E / MRO Management Solutions; Digital Records
    • Mobile M&E Apps: Real-Time Mechanic Apps, Tool Tracking
    • Data Analytics: Predictive Analytics, Digital Twins, Real-Time Reliability Reporting
    • Digital Innovations: Mobile Device Management, Data Exchange Platforms
      Click on the ‘Exhibitors’ link above to see which companies are exhibiting.
  • Join 500+ attendees: Network with your peers at airlines, Operators, MROs, OEMs, IT Vendors, Regulators and Consultants from across the EMEA region and beyond – share experiences and ideas.
  • Pre-conference Workshop: Managing a Centre of Excellence (CoE) for your MRO / M&E IT: Through this workshop masterclass, you will taken through a step-by-step guide on how to set up a CoE for your MRO / M&E IT ecosystem and learn how to establish processes to overcome common problems such as: are all processes and procedures up-to-date? are all system interfaces working efficiently? are users up-to-date on training, and more. You will see how to set up and manage a CoE to effectively overcome these problems with best practice processes, as well as manage future upgrades and integrations. Click on the Workshop tab above for full information and to register your seat in the workshop (12th June – 14:00 – 17:30)

Who should attend

The conference is a must-attend event for airlines, aircraft operators, MRO providers, and OEMs who are seeking to:

  • Understand the post-Pandemic IT landscape and the possibilities available to airlines, operators and MROs
  • Install new MRO / M&E or Flight Operations IT Systems
  • Learn how to integrate different systems and share data
  • Replace an existing IT system with a new one
  • Network with and learn from fellow MROs, airlines & aircraft operators about the common problems and how to overcome them.
  • Learn about the latest upgrades available from the world’s major vendors and how best to incorporate them into your current system.
  • Simply a fact finding mission to learn about the whole process.

There are various special offers and early booking discounts which make this event extremely cost effective to attend. Airline / Aircraft Operators & MROs can benefit from our special VIP delegate scheme. Click on the ‘Register’ link above to see full details.

Why Exhibit?

The exhibit space for this conference is now SOLD OUT!  Please contact and to be added to a waiting list, and for 2024 enquiries.

The Aircraft Commerce conferences provide an unmatched opportunity for MRO / M&E IT & Flight Operations IT vendors to exhibit their solutions; meet with and demo solutions to airline, operators and independent maintenance provider delegates in attendance responsible for buying, specifying and using IT solutions at their companies.

The two day agenda of presentations, workshops and vendor showcases allows delegates to gather information and get an overview of exhibiting vendors in one focused event giving them a great insight to available solutions for any ongoing or planned IT projects.

Conference Agenda

The two-day agenda includes keynote presentations, case studies, interactive workshops, and IT Vendor Showcases; all delivered by airlines, aircraft operators, OEMs, MROs, Consultants, Regulators and IT Vendors to provide delegates with varied and interesting insights into the key topics in this constantly evolving aviation sector. Expand the accordions below to see the full agenda.

The Pre-Event Workshop session is taking place from 14:00 – 17:30 on Monday, 12th June.  There are limited seats available, so we ask that you pre-register to attend this session.  The registration link is in the accordion below.  Join us also on the Monday evening for Pre-Event Drinks, sponsored by SITA, from 17:30 – 19:00.

12th June 2023

  • 14:00 - 17:30Pre-Conference Workshop
  • 17:30 - 19:00Pre-Event Welcome Drinks
Pre-Conference Workshop (please pre-register for this session)
14:00 - 17:30
Managing a Center of Excellence (CoE) for your MRO / M&E IT Masterclass Workshop
  • Location: Boston 12/14
  • Speaker: Allan Bachan, VP, ICF and supported by his MRO Consulting Team

The pre-conference workshop is free to attend, although you are required to register to attend this session. We only have 60 seats available for this Workshop.
Click here to register for the free workshop.

Includes Coffee Break: 15:30 – 16:00

There are only 60 seats available for this Workshop session.  Please use the registration form below to book your seat.

Workshop Overview:

In this workshop you will be taken on a step-by-step guide on how to set up a CoE for your MRO / M&E IT ecosystem; you will learn how to establish processes to overcome frequent challenges when keeping pace with business adjustments, operations management and software changes including:

  • Are all my processes and procedures up to date?
  • Are my regulated manuals and (systems) user guides in sync?
  • Are my forms and reports all current?
  • Are my forms and reports all digitally produced and managed?
  • Am I on the latest release / patch of my software systems?
  • Are all my system interfaces working efficiently?
  • Are users up to date on training and know-how content?

There are probably a dozen or more questions  in the minds of the system administrators, users, business leaders, executives, and other stakeholders in any MRO IT ecosystem.

Through this workshop Master Class, you will be taken through how to know the answers to the above questions and to also definitively set up and manage a CoE in a centralized or distributed manner covering the following:

  • A RACI structure for ownership
  • A Continuous Improvement framework incorporating the philosophy of Lean, Six Sigma, Kaizen
    and other operations improvement methodologies
  • A Performance Management sub-system for realizing the optimization of the in-situ software
    systems and maximum enablement of business processes
  • A dynamic Project Management approach to produce Kanban boards and Agile execution of
    systems, personnel and process changes
  • A Collaboration approach to crowd sourcing knowledge and improvement recommendations
    across the user community
  • Interactive help guides and content to ensure the application of best practices

Click here to register and book your seat for this free workshop

Pre-Event Welcome Drinks sponsored by SITA
17:30 - 19:00
Pre-Event Welcome Drinks
  • Location: Atrium Boulevard

SITA is delighted to sponsor the Pre-Event Welcome Drinks Reception from 17:30-19:00, taking place in the conference venue, in the Atrium Boulevard.  In preparation for what promises to be a couple of dynamic and insightful days ahead, this will be a great opportunity to engage and socialize with your colleagues and industry associates.


13th June 2023

  • 08:00 - 09:00Registration, Breakfast, Software Demos
  • 09:00 - 10:30Conference Agenda Session 1
  • 10:30 - 11:15Refreshment Break, Software Demos
  • 11:15 - 12:45Conference Agenda Session 2
  • 12:45 - 14:00Lunch Break, Software Demos
  • 14:00 - 15:30Conference Agenda Session 3
  • 15:30 - 16:15Refreshment Break, Software Demos
  • 16:15 - 17:45Conference Agenda Session 4
  • 18:00 - 20:00Cocktail Reception, Software Demos
M&E / MRO IT Track (Case Studies, Keynotes)
08:55 - 09:00
Chairman's Opening Remarks
  • Location: Rotunde
09:00 - 09:30
The DOs and DONTs of Digital MRO / M&E Transformation Projects for Long Term Success
  • Location: Rotonde
  • Speaker: Allan Bachan, Vice President, ICF

Digitalization is high on the agenda of many organizations. Companies need to evolve faster and are feeling the pressure to meet several mandates simultaneously. The ability to leverage the potential of system-orientated processes and democratize seamless continuous improvement through data analytics has been understood for a long time, but the challenge was the drive to transform and the time and cost efforts to complete such transformations. Hence, why we seek to empower organizations to efficiently govern business complexity through process-based quality, performance and compliance management solutions. In this presentation Allan Bachan from ICF will discuss the many DOs and DONTs of transformation projects, focused on the benefits of the long-term vision, including why organizations should focus on a single platform covering the full spectrum and nucleus of quality, improvement and governance initiatives in a true Center of Excellence or Center of Competence.

09:30 - 10:00
Case Study: Helvetic Airways - Transitioning from a fully Managed M&E / MRO System to an SaaS Solution: Cost and Operational Impacts
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Christian Suhner, Chief Technology Officer, Helvetic Airways

Helvetic has taken the strategic decision of moving from a fully managed AMOS solution installed on premises hardware to a SaaS solution (AMOS Cloud Hosting and Operation Services). This project has been driven by the fact that Helvetic Airways has decided to improve its cost structure and to allow the IT department to focus on digital innovation projects rather than daily operational system management.

This case study will contain: Introduction on the reasons behind the change and what the management was targeting; The project execution (timeline, challenges, coordination with Swiss-AS etc); How the responsibilities between Swiss-AS and Helvetic changed; Positive impacts: costs, operational, etc.; Negative impacts: independence, aligning with Swiss-AS resources, etc.; Summary: Was the target set by management achieved?

10:00 - 10:30
Case Study: Scandinavian Airline Systems (SAS) – The Journey to Paperless Maintenance Operations
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Yuliya Kornyeva, Maintenance Data Analyst, Scandinavian Airline Systems (SAS); and Rob Saunders, Director of Business Development ELB, Ultramain

In this case study SAS outlines its companywide digitization and paperless initiative – a key element of which is an electronic logbook solution. SAS has taken a Best of Breed approach in selecting applications to implement their vision for paperless Maintenance Operations. Hear how Ultramain ELB is being deployed as the core of Defect Management and Line Check accomplishment with integrations to SAS’ other operational systems. The case study looks at the immediate savings that the eTech and eCabin log applications bring to Flight Crews, Cabin Crews, and Mechanics, and then looks at the longer term down-stream benefits.

10:30 - 11:15
  • Location: Atrium
11:15 - 11:45
Case Study: TUI Airline - Digital Transformation of TUI Airline`s Engineering & Maintenance organisation with Lufthansa Technik’s new digital Tech Ops Ecosystem (AMOS, AVIATAR, flydocs)
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Kathrin Möllers, Head of Aircraft Asset and Business Management, TUI Airline Engineering & Maintenance

TUI Airline, Europe’s award-winning leisure airline, uses AMOS, AVIATAR & Flydocs to manage the technical Operation for its five airlines operating a fleet of around 130 Boeing and other aircraft. Lufthansa Technik’s new digital Tech Ops Ecosystem enables TUI Airline`s Engineering & Maintenance Department to take advantage of leading digital solutions seamlessly integrated and future-proof. TUI will provide insights on their experience with the Ecosystem and how they benefit from the customer-centric relationship with short and agile development cycles.

11:45 - 12:15
Case Study: Air France - KLM - Managing Multiple Maintenance Organizations in one MRO System
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Anne-Laure Propper, Project Manager, Air France Industries KLM Engineering; and Olivier Demede, Product Owner, Air France Industries KLM Engineering; and Arjan Otten, Project Engineer Maintenance Programs, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines; and Robert Mather, Vice President, IFS

In this case study, Air France–KLM outlines how the airline group manages multiple AOCs, some with different maintenance processes and system landscapes, in one MRO solution – IFS. You will learn how the complex process was achieved following the merger of different airlines, and how the system now handles multiple maintenance programs and operating certificates, thereby supplying all relevant data to support operations. In addition, you will learn what is next for Air France–KLM on their digital landscape.

12:15 - 12:45
Case Study: Affinity Flying Services - Using M&E / MRO Software Deployments as a Catalyst for Change
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Mark Gilligan, Delivery Director, Affinity Flying Services; Grahaeme Colledge, Technical Strategy Director, Affinity Flying Services; and Tim Alden, Strategic Partnerships Director, Rusada

In this case study, British military flight training specialist Affinity Flying Services, explain how the aircraft operator used the introduction of Rusada’s ENVISION solution to not only upgrade its software, but to also reimagine many of the working practices it previously had in place.

Affinity will explain the role that Rusada’s system played in enabling it to streamline processes and methods of data entry, as it seeks more efficient and paperless operations. This includes the utilisation of Tech Logs, Digital Task Cards, and Electronic Sign-off within the system, in the place of Excel spreadsheets and PDFs.

Affinity also explains the benefits of continued collaboration between user and provider post go live, as this can often be the most useful period for self-reflection, following the intensity of an implementation project.

12:45 - 14:00
  • Location: Atrium
14:00 - 14:30
Case Study: Texel Air – Quick and Successful Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB) Implementation Project and Early Operational Results
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Andres Kjerulf, Director of Airworthiness, Texel Air

In December 2022 Texel Air signed a contract for the eTechLog solution from Conduce.  In early April 2023 Texel Air went live with the solution throughout the fleet. In this presentation Texel Air outlines its successful, step-by-step, swift implementation process from starting parallel electronic and paper technical log book flights in January to an authority approval to operate paperless from the Bahrain Civil Aviation Affairs in March.  Now that the solution is live Texel Air outlines the operational and process efficiencies the airline is experiencing from improved turnaround times to real-time fleet M&E status analysis.  Finally, the airline will provide a quick over on what’s next in the digital project pipeline.

14:30 - 15:00
Case Study: Delta Air Lines - Advanced Maintenance Planning to Enhance Delta Airlines' from Under and Over the Wing
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Austin O'Farrell, Senior Project Manager - Outsourced Maintenance Planning, Delta Air Lines

In this case study, we hear from Delta Air Lines and how they have benefitted from using Ames maintenance planning solution for many years, and how the planning decisions made within Ames benefit the organization – particularly the finance and scheduling departments.  You will see how Ames optimizes the long-range maintenance schedule, by using a powerful set of scenario tools, and provides the planner with multiple options to provide flexibility.  Additionally, the maintenance plan, once selected, works in real-time and will adjust the timeline if anything changes.  You will see how Delta can run ‘what if’ scenarios regarding aircraft availability for supporting crucial decision making around fleet planning.

15:00 - 15:30
Case Study: ASL Airlines - The Digital Transformation of ASL Airlines
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Shane Murphy, AMOS Competence Centre Specialist, ASL Airlines

Over the last 3 years, ASL Airlines have begun a journey to transform the airline groups digitally by harmonizing processes using a single instance of an M&E system, using lean & agile processes, and further developing the digital framework across all entities. Shane will tell the story of how ASL Airlines went live with 3 airlines in AMOS in 3 years, developed an Engineering Shared Services department and are now moving towards a paperless cockpit with their ETL project.

15:30 - 16:15
  • Location: Atrium
16:15 - 16:45
Case Study – SunExpress Airlines: End-to-End Paperless Maintenance Project Success Story
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Berk Atakan, Operational Maintenance Planning Chief, SunExpress Airlines

In this SunExpress outline how the airline became the first in Turkey to digitize its aircraft maintenance operations, saving over 1 million pieces of paper per year, and improving efficiencies and processes. The project building blocks will be discussed, from choosing the right technology, including mobile devices for technicians, synchronized M&E Apps, and more; to changing the traditional paper-based culture amongst key staff to digitized processes.  Now the paperless project is live, real-world results are analysed and a look at what is next is discussed.

16:45 - 17:15
Case Study: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - Predictive Maintenance: From Sensor Data to Optimized Maintenance
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Rob Stolk, Predictive Maintenance Lead, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

What is the potential of the gigabytes of data recorded on modern-day aircraft? And what are the challenges of maximising data value? In this case study AFI KLM E&M presents Prognos: the in-house developed predictive maintenance solution for Engines, APUs and Aircraft components.  As you will see the solution is all about sensor data, algorithms, just-in-time replacements, and collaboration.

17:15 - 17:45
Predictive Maintenance and Next Generation Technology – where next for the [4.0] Aircraft Maintenance Generation?
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: David Miret Mora, Technical Director, AJW Group

One of the key challenges in the airline industry is the need to improve dispatch reliability and reduce AOG/IFTB events in order to avoid and reduce cost and delays. David discusses how the paradigm of maintenance techniques – from reactive to preventive and, later, to a proactive approach – is being changed due to new aircraft technology, such as the availability of vast amounts of sensor data and new techniques to better manage aircraft maintenance efforts. He will also discuss how this leaves the industry with an unapproved and ill-defined new aircraft maintenance philosophy which does not provide governance or acceptance of Predictive Maintenance (PdM) technology among key players.

17:45 - 19:30
  • Location: Atrium

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Flight Operations IT Track (Vendor Showcase Sessions)
08:55 - 09:00
Chairman's Opening Remarks
  • Location: Rotunde
09:05 - 09:50
Vendor Showcase: Digital Flight Operations Manuals and Content Solutions
  • Location: Boston 12/14

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading solutions designed to assist airlines with digitizing manuals and content for delivery to the flight deck and other key frontline staff. Including end-to-end systems to create, edit, and revise manuals and content; EFB / flight deck Apps; smart and dynamic content, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2023 outlook.

Vendors presenting:

  1. Orlando for TechPubs
  2. Vistair
  3. Web Manuals
  4. Comply365
  5. Yonder
  6. Flatirons Solutions
09:50 - 10:30
Vendor Showcase: EFB and Flight Operations Solutions – Part 1
  • Location: Boston 12/14

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry-leading Flight Ops and EFB Solutions, such as Flight Planning, Flight Ops Management, Communications, Connectivity, Performance, and more; and EFB Software, Hardware and Real-Time Flight Deck Apps. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2023 outlook.

Vendors presenting:

  1. SkyPath
  2. CAE
  3. AvioBook
  4. Boeing
  5. OffBlock
10:30 - 11:15
  • Location: Atrium
11:15 - 12:45
Vendor Showcase: EFB and Flight Operations Solutions – Part 2
  • Location: Boston 12/14

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry-leading Flight Ops and EFB Solutions, such as Flight Planning, Flight Ops Management, Communications, Connectivity, Performance, and more; and EFB Software, Hardware and Real-Time Flight Deck Apps. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2023 outlook.

Vendors presenting:

  2. Flygprestanda
  3. NABLA Mobility
  4. Aeroex
  5. Lufthansa Systems
  6. DextraData
  7. Air Support
  8. StorkJet
  10. OpenAirlines
  11. Avionics Support Group (ASG)
  12. M3 Solutions
  13. REDiFly
12:45 - 14:00
  • Location: Atrium
14:30 - 15:30
Vendor Showcase: Fuel Efficiency and Sustainable Aviation Solutions
  • Location: Boston 12/14

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading solutions designed to assist airlines with achieving their sustainability goals: including end-to-end Fuel Efficiency / Management Solutions, Real-Time Pilot Apps such as Flight Profile, In-Flight Predictive Analytics and Pilot Advice Apps, more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2023 outlook.

Vendors presenting:

  1. OpenAirlines
  2. PACE
  3. Safran
  4. StorkJet
  5. Honeywell
15:30 - 16:15
  • Location: Atrium
16:15 - 17:15
Vendor Showcase: Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB) Solutions
  • Location: Boston 12/14

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry’s leading Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL / ELB) and accompanying Cabin and M&E Apps. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2023 outlook.

Vendors Presenting:

  1. Conduce
  2. Trax
  3. Ultramain
  4. Swiss-AS
  5. Lufthansa Technik
  6. REDiFly
  7. TrustFlight
  8. AvioBook
17:45 - 19:30
  • Location: Atrium

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14th June 2023

  • 08:00 - 09:00Breakfast, Software Demos
  • 09:00 - 10:30Conference Agenda Session 1
  • 10:30 - 11:15Refreshment Break, Software Demos
  • 11:15 - 12:45Conference Agenda Session 2
  • 12:45 - 14:00Lunch Break, Software Demos
  • 14:00 - 15:30Conference Agenda Session 3
  • 15:30 - 16:00Refreshment Break, Software Demos
  • 16:00 - 17:00Conference Agenda Session 4
Flight Operations IT Track (Case Studies, Keynotes)
09:00 - 09:30
Case Study: Turkish Airlines - Companywide digital and paperless projects, from loads sheets to e-Tech log. Managing the processes and project updates
  • Location: Atrium
  • Speaker: Ahmet Coskun, SVP IT Operational Solutions, Turkish Airlines

In 2022 Turkish Airlines saved 281 tons of paper as part of the airline’s digitization projects. In this presentation Turkish Airlines share the airline’s experience of how this was achieved through companywide digital and paperless projects including: paperless loadsheet, digital allergen list, digital calibrator, E-Tech Log, E-logbook, mobile cabine, digital cabin management system (DCMS) project. The challenges of moving from paperless processes to digital are analysed, as well as a more detailed look at some of the projects and operational results now the solutions are live. Also a look at what’s next for Turkish Airlines as the airline continues with it’s sustainable practices driven by digitization.

09:30 - 10:00
Case Study: Transavia France – Next-Generation Flight Tracking App Tool for Dispatch with Real-Time Weather and Alerts
  • Location: Atrium
  • Speaker: Cyril Canu, Operations Control Director, Transavia France

In this case study Transavia France outlines its use of a next-generation flight tracking tool, used by its dispatchers to not only display the airline’s aircraft positions, but also display real-time 4D weather forecasting and 24/7 alert tracking. The tool, SITA Mission Watch, allows dispatchers to plan ahead for any problems along the aircraft route and solve them directly. You will learn how this tool fits into Transavia France’s digital flight operations strategy and how, in addition to safety benefits, the airline saves fuel and CO2 emissions using the App.

10:00 - 10:30
Case Study: Vueling – Using a Document Management System as a Corner Stone for Flight Operations Digitization
  • Location: Atrium
  • Speaker: Mar Albaladejo Mans, Manager Flight Operations, Vueling

Vueling has an advanced flight operations digitization and modernization program. At the heart of which is the document management solution: DocuNet from Vistair which is used for the sophisticated digital management, control and distribution of all its airline flight operations manuals, including OEM manuals for its A320 fleet. Key documents and manuals are seamlessly published to all pilots, crew and other users devices including EFBs and technical authors can easily manage airline’s operational manuals content. You will learn how the solution fits into Vueling’s wider Flight Operations digitization program, based on an hybrid EFB solution (aircraft and pilot attached, Windows and iOS), all the different functionalities and apps already integrated, pros and cons of the current system, the future of avionics integrations and what’s next for Vueling.

10:30 - 11:15
  • Location: Atrium
11:15 - 11:45
Leveraging IT towards Aviation Net Zero
  • Location: Atrium
  • Speaker: Ip-Shing Fan, Senior Lecturer, Cranfield University and Kishore Karthikeyan, Associate, Cranfield University

IATA commits to Fly Net Zero by 2050. 3% is attributed to infrastructure and operational efficiencies, with the emphasis on passenger load factor and operations fuel burn. IT-enabled business transformations could bring step changes in manpower, assets and material effectiveness, and support near real-time response to unplanned events. This presentation explains IT-enabled lean projects that are immediately in control of operators and MRO organisations. The waste reduction accrues NetZero benefits immediately while waiting for the future electric and hydrogen aircraft.

11:45 - 12:15
Case Study: Avia Solutions Group - Using Real-Time Operational Management Software for Safety and Compliance
  • Location: Artium
  • Speaker: Ugne Maciejauskaite, Safety Manager, Avia Solutions Group

In this presentation you will learn how Avia Solutions Group removed costly, outdated paper-based processes and procedures to use a real-time operational management solution to manage its companywide safety and compliance.  You will learn:

  • The transformation obtained by management integration with the software to achieve much higher levels of oversight and communication
  • The streamlining of process from all departments’ activities being driven by single source of truth, real-time data
  • Linking occurrence reports and compliance findings to the operational risk register – delivering a previously hidden risk picture.
12:15 - 12:45
EFB Keynote: Real-Time Data Exchange - Why Integrate EFB Apps with the Aircraft vias Aircraft Interface Devices (AIDs)?
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: René de Vogel, Flight Deck and Data Solutions Integrated Product Team Lead, Boeing; and Phillippe Rouquiere, Connected Aircraft Marketing, Collins

The full potential of many EFB applications are first realized when they are integrated with the aircraft to allow the exchange of real-time data. This presentation will explore the qualitative and quantitative benefits of integrating EFB apps with the aircraft via an AID, and provide guidance on how airline stakeholders can create a convincing business case to justify its implementation.

12:45 - 14:00
  • Location: Atrium
14:00 - 14:30
Case Study: Pegasus Airlines – Transforming Manuals Management, Distribution & Compliance
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Sibel Şabahat, Compliance Monitoring Leading, Pegasus Airlines; and Müjgan Özkaya, Crew and Scheduling Solutions Head, Pegasus Airlines

The airline industry is a well-recognized exponent of innovation and digitalization, fostering change on all fronts of the business and the operation. In this session, Pegasus Airlines will discuss the digital transformation project within their technical publications department and its positive impact on the management of operational content, consumption by end users and overall compliance.

The presentation will bring together the perspectives of Pegasus’ Compliance Monitoring and Flight Operations Solutions leaders, to discuss challenges and drivers for change. It will also cover key aspects that were taken into consideration when selecting the appropriate technology and partner to support the airline’s transformation goals. An overview of Pegasus’ implementation approach and adoption strategy will also be provided.

14:30 - 15:00
EFB Keynote: Best practice in EFB Mobile Device Management (MDM), including options for iOS and Windows
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Klaus Olsen, CTO/EFB Administrator, EFB Admin Services

Effective Mobile Device Management (MDM) is crucial for a successful Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) program. In an EFB environment, accurate and up-to-date data is critical for safe and efficient operations. A good MDM system helps ensure that all data used in EFB applications is consistent and trustworthy, which reduces the risk of errors and enhances safety and cyber security. For airlines, an MDM solution can improve the overall efficiency of EFB operations, leading to cost savings and increased productivity. It can also help to meet regulatory requirements and support a culture of safety and compliance. In this presentation EFB Admin Services outline real-world case studies from airlines it has worked with showcasing best practice and the various MDM solutions available for iOS and for Windows devices. You will also see how to install, configure, and operate the MDM solution.

15:00 - 15:30
EUROCONTROL Keynote: A review of EUROCONTROL’s Innovation Hub strategy focused on ATM research & innovation, new entrants, aviation sustainability, simulations and user-driven innovation activity.
  • Location: Rotunde
  • Speaker: Peter Choroba, Head of Innovation Program, EUROCONTROL

EUROCONTROL’s Innovation Hub mission is to create a Europe-wide innovation network developing cutting-edge solutions that aviation needs to respond to current and future challenges. The Innovation Hub was designed to: be as a key player in SESAR 3; remain the European reference for simulation; grow the user-driven innovation initiative (EATIN), and strengthen the expertise and services in drones & UAM, aviation sustainability and the application of emerging domains, such as AI, in ATM.  In this presentation EUROCONTROL updates us on the Innovation Hub strategy and outlines some of the key projects it is working on.

15:30 - 16:00
  • Location: Atrium
16:00 - 16:30
Data Analytics and Intelligence Driven, Data-Informed Decision Making in Document & Safety Management
  • Location: Rotunde (iPad Draw Session)
  • Speaker: Sam Detzler, Data Product Manager, Vistair

Every airline has data that holds critically important information that could transform their performance. But accessing, managing and using it can be a huge problem, especially when it’s stored in multiple formats across different departments, making it hard to identify, investigate, analyse and share in a productive and proactive way.Sophisticated data analytics and digital decisioning tools are an absolute along with intuitive, intelligent tools for data preparation, analysis, and visualisation, helping airlines to make more data-driven decisions, faster. This session with Sam Detzler of Vistair will look at how data can be made meaningful and accessible to key team members so that can leverage data to drive greater flight operations efficiency , more ‘intelligent’ and efficient maintenance teams and also to enhance safety. Sam will talk to practical examples of data used effectively and intelligently to answer questions such as: What are the most frequently accessed documents? To ensure users have access to the right documents on the go they need to know which are the most frequently accessed. Which users are accessing which documents? To ensure outsourced maintenance is being performed correctly for example. Sam will share many other great use cases from Vistair’s work with leading airlines worldwide in this fascinating session.

16:30 - 17:00
How to improve real-time collaboration between airlines and ATC to reduce aircraft fuel burn and emissions thanks to predictive analytics
  • Location: Rotunde (iPad Draw Session)
  • Speaker: Francois Chazelle, Head of Sales Support – Flight Efficiency, SITA FOR AIRCRAFT

Airlines have been innovating in the field of flight efficiency by implementing solutions in the cockpit that leverage predictive analytics to help pilots capture real-time flight-specific opportunities to reduce fuel burn and emissions. Some of these opportunities, such as shortcut recommendations or achieving a more continuous descent are reliant on ATC clearances. What if the same information received by the pilots to identify flight-specific opportunities could be shared with ATC for a more collaborative approach to reducing emissions? SITA and Skysoft, the software arm of Switzerland’s ANSP SkyGuide have worked together on a prototype that would enable such collaboration and could be expanded to other ANSPs.

M&E / MRO IT Track (Vendor Showcase Sessions)
09:00 - 10:30
Vendor Showcase: M&E / MRO IT Vendor Showcase – Part 1
  • Location: Boston 12/14

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Aviation Maintenance IT Solutions, such as major end-to-end aircraft maintenance management systems, digital technical records, digital technical documentation, big-data analytics, predictive maintenance, M&E mobile apps and solutions, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2023 outlook.

Vendors presenting:

  1. Applied Database Technology (ADT)
  2. Trax
  3. Ultramain
  4. IFS
  5. M3 Solutions
  6. Swiss-AS
  7. flydocs
  8. Ramco
  9. KeepFlying
  10. OASES
  11. Rusada
  12. EXSYN
  13. AFRY
10:30 - 11:15
  • Location: Atrium
11:15 - 12:45
Vendor Showcase: M&E / MRO IT Vendor Showcase – Part 2
  • Location: Boston 12/14

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Aviation Maintenance IT Solutions, such as major end-to-end aircraft maintenance management systems, digital technical records, digital technical documentation, big-data analytics, predictive maintenance, M&E mobile apps and solutions, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2023 outlook.

Vendors presenting:

  1. AeroSoft Systems / SeaTec
  2. Aerostrat
  3. QOCO
  4. Cohesive
  5. Lufthansa Technik
  6. Gamit
  7. Seabury Solutions
  8. Acumen
  9. EmpowerMX
  10. Flatirons Solutions
  11. Omega
  12. Airbus
  13. FieldLogs
12:45 - 14:00
  • Location: Atrium
14:00 - 14:30
Vendor Showcase: M&E / MRO IT Vendor Showcase – Part 3
  • Location: Boston 12/14

Your chance to quickly find out about the industry leading Aviation Maintenance IT Solutions, such as major end-to-end aircraft maintenance management systems, digital technical records, digital technical documentation, big-data analytics, predictive maintenance, M&E mobile apps and solutions, and more. Each Vendor will provide a brief 7-minute showcase of their solutions including: product overview, new customers, latest developments, 2023 outlook.

Vendors presenting:

  1. Honeywell
  2. Boeing
  3. TrustFlight
  4. OpenAirlines
  5. Orlando for Tech Pubs

Conference delegate packages

Please select your relevant delegate registration option from the drop-down menu on the form.

  1. Airlines, Aircraft Operators and Independent MRO / M&E Facilities

    VIP Delegate Option 1: This option is currently SOLD OUT – Please use VIP Delegate Option 2 to register for this event.

    VIP Delegate Option 2: EURO € 295.00 / UK £ 255.00* / US $ 330.00

    *Please note that the Independent MRO/M&E facilities VIP offer is only available to MRO /M&E Facilities who are researching or looking for digital MRO solutions to implement and enhance their business.  MRO facilities who sell digital MRO solutions to airlines and operators do not qualify for this offer and must use the ‘All Other Delegates’ registration form.  If you are not sure, please contact us.

  2. All other delegates

    All other delegates, including: consultants, IT Vendors, OEMs, etc., please select the ‘All Other Delegates’ option: EURO € 1,270.00  / UK £ 1105.00* / US $ 1395.00


All delegate places include:
Conference materials
– Access to event App
– Meals and Refreshments (Breakfasts, Lunches, Coffee Breaks on the 13th & 14th June)
– 2 hour Cocktail receptions on the 12th and 13th June
– Bus Transfers to and from Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam Town Center

By registering using this form, it is assumed that you accept our Terms & Conditions, which you can find HERE.

*All UK purchases are subject to VAT


EMEA 2023


Please select the nights you wish to stay at the hotel and Aircraft Commerce will book your accommodation for you and send you a confirmation via email. Aircraft Commerce will provide 2 nights accommodation if you select MORE than 2 nights the cost for each additional night will be US $ 159.00 plus taxes per person per night and will be paid by yourself upon check-out. If you have any questions please email:

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Delegate type

Airline & Aircraft Operators VIP Delegate Option 1 (including 2 night accommodation), Airline & Aircraft Operators VIP Delegate Option 2, MRO Facilities VIP Delegate Option 1 (including 2 night accommodation), MRO Facilities VIP Delegate Option 2, All Other Delegates (Consultants, OEMs, IT Vendors etc)

The Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference – EMEA 2023

takes place at

NH Noordwijk Conference Centre Leeuwenhorst
Langelaan 3
2211 XT Noordwijkerhout
Tel: +31 (0) 252 378423

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The NH Noordwijk Conference Centre Leeuwenhorst is now fully booked for the conference dates. For alternative hotels at Schiphol Airport – SEE BELOW

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Free Parking
Onsite parking is free but cannot be reserved in advance.

From Schiphol Airport
The hotel is located approx. 30km from Schiphol Airport.
For your convenience there will be a complimentary bus service from Schiphol International Airport to the NH Conference Centre Leeuwenhorst and back.

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Speaker Profiles

Albaladejo Mans, Mar

Flight Operations Projects Manager, Vueling Airlines

For the last 5 years, Mar has been leading a flight operations engineers team in charge of the digitalization of flight operations and the flight operations manuals of the company. She has managed the implementation of the EFB in Vueling in different phases through the last years. EFB has enabled a complete digitalization of manuals and other flight operations documents and processes. Her experience include avionics integrations with EFB, internal processes redesign and coordination of IT developments and integrations to automate processes and reduce crew’s workload.

Atakan, Berk

Operational Maintenance Planning Chief, SunExpress Airlines

Berk has 20 years’ experience in aviation industry, both military and civilian. Started as a maintenance officer in the Turkish Air Force, then a variety of roles in a 8-year career working for SunExpress, including roles in maintenance planning and as an overall Project Manager for Paperless Maintenance.

With the initialization of the Paperless Maintenance project, Berk was taking care of all aspects of the project from budget, timelines and defining the new business processes all the way to a very successful go live at SunExpress. Now focusing on the next phases by digitalising the paper Techlog.

Over the years, he is heavily involving in the digital transformation and innovation activities of SunExpress.

Alden, Tim

Strategic Partnerships Director at Rusada Aviation Software

Tim Alden is the Strategic Partnerships Director at aviation software provider Rusada. Tim first began his career in aviation as an Aircraft Technician in the UK Royal Air Force. Over the ensuing 10 years he served in multiple maintenance management roles at the likes of TransGulf, Heavy Lift International and British Airways Maintenance. In 2004 he joined Rusada as a Project Manager, before moving on to the roles of Operations Manager and Pre-Sales Director. As Strategic Partnerships Director, Tim works closely with Rusada’s key partners on some of their more complex projects. This includes the company’s longstanding collaboration with Airbus Helicopters.

Bachan, Allan

Vice President, ICF

Allan is a Vice President at ICF with 32 years of industry experience as an Aviation M&E, MRO and Supply Chain solutions and systems domain expert. He is responsible for ICF’s MRO Operations and IT practice and he manages the Aircraft Commerce Consulting relationship with ICF. He specializes in solution blueprinting for MRO, Supply Chain and ancillary IT systems
His experience includes managing application design, development, and full cycle implementation – from selection to go-live – for strategic clients in the MRO industry using different commercially available MRO IT products. He has also spearheaded many carriers’ M&E and MRO systems solution design, customizations, integrations and implementations including project governance, data migration and change management.
In his career, Allan has fulfilled the following leadership roles:
• MRO IT practice and technical lead for industry leading solutions companies realizing more than 20 go-lives involving at least 8 different systems
• MRO systems Product Principal for a large global IT solutions and systems integration company
• M&E and MRO Solutions Director for a large global aviation software and solutions provider
• Manager of Technical Records, Maintenance Planning and Production Control at a mid-size commercial airline with full MRO

Coskun, Ahmet

SVP IT Operational Solutions, Turkish Airlines

Ahmet Coşkun has a graduate degree in Electronics Engineering from Istanbul University and a master’s degree in Microwave Engineering from the Technische Univarsitaet Muenchen. He has been working within the aviation industry for more than 15 years. He took various roles and responsibilities in IT, R&D and PPC departments within Turkish Technic. Since June 2022, he is holding the SVP role for operational solutions in Turkish Technology and in charge of airline, cargo and MRO ops. During his position, he is planning and executing the IT strategy. He successfully accomplished many growth and transformation projects. His ambition is to transform the airline operation via mobile and paperless projects for cockpit, cabin crew, ground services and mechanics.

Choroba, Peter

Head of Innovating and Emerging Activities Program. Eurocontrol

Peter is aviation engineer specialised in Air Traffic Management (ATM), passionate about R&D & Innovation. Following a PhD he started his career in technology and management consulting in the UK prior to his arrival to EUROCONTROL Innovation Hub based in France. Over the last 15 years at EUROCONTROL, Peter was involved in multiple research projects focused on ATM performance management, airport operations and air traffic flow management. Peter’s current role is the Head of Innovating & Emerging Activities program at EUROCONTROL Innovation Hub with a portfolio of up to 30 user-driven innovation projects (most of which are AI driven).

Colledge, Grahaeme

Technical Strategy Director, Affinity Flying Training

Grahaeme has a wide range of aviation experience, both in the defence and civilian sectors, while also have extensive experience working within the joint Civilian Oversight of Military Registered Aircraft environment. He previously served as an Engineer Officer in the RAF for 20 years, before moving onto roles at Assystem, and Babcock International. He joined Affinity in 2019 where he now serves as their Technical Strategy Director. In this role Grahaeme has responsibility for the strategic management of Affinity’s medium to long term engineering, supply chain, modifications, obsolescence, and capability development plans. He also acts an advisor to the Managing Director for all engineering and air safety issues.

Canu, Cyril

Operations Control Director, Transavia France

Cyril CANU is the Operations Control Director at Transavia France based in Paris – Orly. He is responsible for developing the airline operations and managing the economic and operations performances. His experience includes managing EFB implementation, Dispatch creation, Emergency Response management and transversal management of the operations performance.

Chazelle, Francois

Head of Sales Support, Flight Efficiency, SITA FOR AIRCRAFT

François is a confirmed aviation sales executive with a passion for opening new markets. Building on a 30-year experience in the aviation industry, he went from selling aviation consultancy services for Bureau Veritas to managing worldwide Corporate Jet sales at Airbus. François then delved in aircraft finance for a couple of years before joining Safety Line in 2016 as Partner and CCO, fully embracing the agility and drive to innovate that is typical of start-ups to focus on OptiFlight, a unique suite of in-flight tactical fuel efficiency solutions for pilots. Safety Line was then acquired by SITA FOR AIRCRAFT in July 2021 as part of its strategy to support airlines in their sustainability and efficiency efforts.

François holds a degree in Aerospace Engineering from ENAC, the French Civil Aviation School

Detzler, Sam

Data Product Manager, Vistair

Sam Detzler is the Data Product Manager at Vistair. He is responsible for Vistair Intelligence, a self-service analytics platform designed to break down barriers to data-informed decision making. Vistair Intelligence works in harmony with Vistair’s product suite to deliver operational insights quickly and reliably.

Sam has 10 years’ experience in Aerospace and Defence. He has previously worked as a wing engineer at Airbus and as a Defence consultant with the UK MoD and OEMs, specialising in data and technology.

De Vogel , René

Flight Deck and Data Solutions Integrated Product Team Lead. Boeing

Rene de Vogel is a recognized leader, with a demonstrated history of success. His 19 years of experience at KLM and 7 years at Boeing are providing him with a solid professional basis. Currently he represents the Digital Aviation Solutions Portfolio for Eastern Hemisphere.

His strength lies very much in bringing different worlds together by using his extensive expertise from both Airline Operations and Product Management.

Rene has a proven track record of driving efficiency, streamlining processes, and optimizing resources to deliver outstanding results.

With his customer-centric approach, Rene prioritizes the needs and satisfaction of clients, ensuring that their expectations are met. He strives to build strong and lasting relationships with customers, understanding that their success is ultimately a reflection of his own.

Demède, Olivier

Maintenix Product Owner for CAMO and P145, Air France Industries KLM Engineering

After 20 Years on Part Camo activities from Junior to Senior & Group leader in charge of Aircraft Configuration in Legacies IT systems.
I was involved into A380 and Maintenix Entry Into Service, in 2009. Then in CM&C Project as CAMO Business representative, a project to move Component Control Configuration From Legacy into MTX.

And finally, as PO, I’m in charge to improve MTX usage for the business, define the training material for the end user to take to most beneficial usage of MTX. This task is relying on a large keyuser network in various skills domains and Maintenance Sites within AF and a strong coordination with KLM.

Fan, Ip-Shing

Senior Lecturer in Enterprise Systems, IVHM Centre, Cranfield University

Dr Ip-Shing Fan is a Senior Lecturer in Enterprise Systems at Cranfield University, leading Digital MRO in DARTeC, supporting aviation transformation in operations and maintenance. He is leading the Digital MRO and Hangar laboratories in the Cranfield DARTeC Initiative. The complex is a realistic representation of airport ramp and hangar environment to study the interactions between aircraft, engineers, airport and hangar facilities, ground vehicles and drones. The digital infrastructure support aircraft digital twins work to maintain the accurate configuration in the information world of airworthiness, as the engineering health status of the aircraft structure and systems to predict and prevent failures.

Godwin, Nick

Conference Co-Chair, Independent Consultant

Nick’s career started in 1980 with British Aerospace and for 23 years he was heavily involved in leading the worldwide marketing, analysis and technical selling of BAE Systems Regional Aircraft products and services, including the Jetstream and ATP families of turboprop aircraft and the Avro RJ/BAe146 jet airliners.

Nick served for 9 years as an elected Board Member of the European Regions Airline Association.

Having worked for BAe in Prestwick, Scotland; Weybridge, England and Washington DC, he was part of the team that helped create Aero International Regional (AI(R)), a Joint Venture with the Franco-Italian turboprop airliner manufacturer, ATR based in Toulouse, where he actively marketed regional airliners.

From early 2004 until May 2008 served in Derby, England as Marketing Director - Civil Aviation for Data Systems & Solutions, a Rolls-Royce subsidiary, supporting worldwide market and product strategies for DS&S’ range of web-based predictive services, engine health monitoring and electronic techlogs for the aviation marketplace.

Nick was appointed as Business Development Director of Commsoft in May 2008 and 2 years later was promoted to Managing Director, with responsibility for winning new customer business, successfully growing the customer base, partnerships and services worldwide for the OASES MRO IT system.

Nick left Commsoft OASES in April 2020 and has been offering sales and marketing consultancy since then.

Gilligan, Mark

Delivery Director, Affinity Flying Training

Mark is responsible for the safe delivery of Affinity’s aviation services, including Part145, CAMO and Part147 requirements, flight-line operations, AEA, spares procurement, and supply chain management. He also advises the Accountable Manager on engineering and air safety issues.

Mark served for over 30 years in the RAF in engineering and programme management roles, contributing to fast air, multi-engine and helicopter operations management. His Service career reached its pinnacle in his final role where he was responsible for aerospace engineering and logistics policy, governance and assurance, as Force Commander for deployable engineering and logistics support capabilities, and as Senior Responsible Owner for several government major programmes, including the RAF’s primary transformation programme.

Prior to joining Affinity, Mark worked as a management consultant providing programme management delivery expertise to several government departments. Notably, he supported Test and Trace as the programme director delivering a world-leading, automated diagnostic mass-testing capability for future pandemic response.

Karthikeyan, Kishore

Associate, Cranfield University

Kishore is on the Aviation Digital Technology Management Programme at Cranfield University. He has 9 years of experience as a Pre-Sales Consultant & developing strategic initiatives for Aerospace & Defence Business Transformation working in several projects for key players such as Boeing, Airbus, BAE, Thales. Kishore takes a keen interest in aviation digital transformation and to develop IT & Digital solutions across the aviation value chain to make aircraft maintenance and operations efficient, effective and most importantly sustainable.

Kjerulf, Andres

Director of Airworthiness, Texel Air

As Director of Airworthiness for Texel Air, Bahrain, Andres responsibilities are for the CAMO activities of the airline, including a setup of a CAMO team, implementing an eTechLog and MMS system for CAMO, Maintenance and Inventory
Texel Air is a Cargo Operator based in Bahrain, with a fleet of B737-300, B737-700’s and B737-800’s and is setting up a second AOC in New Zealand with B737-800’s.
Andres background in aviation spans more than three decades, starting as a mechanic and then working most roles within aircraft maintenance, engineering and airworthiness. With various customers Andres has lead implementations and projects and been a special advisor for design and functionality to software developers in the aviation industry.

Kornyeva, Yuliya

Maintenance Data Analyst, Scandinavian Airline Systems (SAS)

Yuliya Kornyeva is a Maintenance Data Analyst at SAS - Scandinavian Airlines. As a part of SAS Digital & IT team she supports development and implementation of analytical tools for data-driven decision making that combine data from different sources including aircraft maintenance, operations and sensors data.
Prior to her work at SAS Yuliya had been managing projects focused on aviation IT solutions such as M&E systems, Electronic Technical Log, digitalization of Technical Records. She had also worked as a maintenance contract manager, reliability engineer and CAMO manager across different countries.
Yuliya holds an MSc in Instrumentation Engineering and, before entering the aviation industry, worked as a design engineer for industrial weighting systems and assistant lecturer at the Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine

Miret Mora, David

Technical Director, AJW Group

A results-driven experienced leader (FRAeS) with a decade of experience in Part CAMO & 145, Supply Chain and MRO of commercial aircraft components. Excellent reputation for resolving problems, improving customer satisfaction, driving overall operational & commercial improvements, and inspiring a team of experts. Leading sales efforts from technical point of view, managing and setting the strategy for major assets and LRUs. Consistently introducing continuous improvements in order to provide efficient Supply Chain Process and Standard Operating Procedures while using lean approaches by using own initiative and mature ‘can do' attitude to make things happen. I deliver component and aircraft solutions to customers worldwide. I joined AJW Group in 2014 as a Warranty Engineer, having graduated in Aeronautical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering from the Polytechnic of Madrid and Leon University respectively. I specialized in Airworthiness in both degrees and later consolidated this with an MSc in Airworthiness from Cranfield University. Promoted to Technical Service Engineer within his first year, Senior Technical Services Engineer two years later, and Technical Manager early in 2019, I rose quickly through the ranks, securing my current role as Technical Director in Feb 2022. I’m responsible for the Group's overall Technical, Compliance, and Quality (TQC); setting the strategic direction and maintaining adherence, appropriate regulatory approval, industry standards, and ensuring suppliers meet their contractual performance targets.

Murphy, Shane

AMOS Competence Centre Specialist, ASL Airlines

Shane Murphy is a highly skilled and experienced ACC (AMOS Competence Centre) Specialist with ASL Airlines, where he has demonstrated his expertise for the past 4 years. With a wealth of experience in the aviation industry, Shane has played an instrumental role in delivering AMOS to three entities within the ASL Airlines group, with two more currently underway. Prior to joining ASL Airlines, Shane gained valuable knowledge and experience working with industry leaders such as Ryanair, Stobart Air, and the Irish Air Corps, where he developed a strong understanding of both Engineering and Flight Operations. Currently, Shane serves as the Project Manager for the ETL Project within ASL Airlines, where he is dedicated to ensuring the success of the organization's digital transformation initiatives. In his personal time, Shane enjoys playing Ireland's national sport of hurling and is also a licensed Private Pilot, having achieved this during the pandemic.

Maciejauskaite, Ugne

Group Aviation Safety Manager, Avia Solutions Group

Ugne is Group Safety Manager and Member of the Aviation Safety Committee at Avia Solutions Group from 2022. On behalf of Group Board of Directors, she is responsible for oversight and continuous development of the Safety Management Systems throughout aviation related subsidiaries within the Group, which includes not only ACMI operators, but also MRO, Ground Handling Providers and Aviation Training Organisations.

Before Avia Solutions Group, Ugne had broaden the knowledge of aviation standards, rules and regulations by working in different Commercial and Business Jet operators across Europe as a Safety and Compliance Manager. In the last 10 years, Ugne also gained a solid professional background of Safety Management System (SMS) and various ways of its implementation.

The biggest challenge of her career – being responsible for Air Operator’s Safety Management System, which was approved and verified in one year for stability by European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) directly instead of local Competent Authority.

Mather, Rob

Vice President, Aerospace and Defense Industries, IFS

As Vice President, Aerospace and Defense Industries, Rob Mather is responsible for leading the charge on IFS’ global A&D industry marketing strategy, while also supporting product development, sales and partner ecosystem growth. Rob has over 15 years’ experience in the A&D sector, starting out in the field and having held a number of strategic R&D, Presales and Consulting positions at IFS, Mxi Technologies and Fugro Aviation. Prior to his current position, Rob was instrumental in building and leading the global A&D Presales Solution Architecture team at IFS, playing a key role in a number of customer success engagements at some of the top names in commercial aviation and defense. He holds a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, where he currently resides.

Möllers, Kathrin

Head of Aircraft Asset and Business Management, TUI Airline

Kathrin Möllers’ responsibilities in TUI Airline Engineering & Maintenance focuses on driving optimization and change strategically as well as operationally. As the Head of Aircraft Asset & Business Management at Europe's award-winning leisure airline, her teams drive transformation programmes on digitalization, sustainability, process optimization and data analytics as well as manage aircraft transitions for all five AOCs including End-of-Lease and Entry-into-Service projects and major fleet-wide technical changes. In addition her remit covers the optimization of asset life cycle costs as well as capturing and improving the E&M performance with data analytic tools across departments. Kathrin holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Applied Sciences for Business and Engineering in Germany and Mexico.

Merencio, Xavier

Flight Operations Projects, EFB Admin, Vueling

Xavier is an aerospace engineer, currently EFB Administrator and Flight Operations Projects Engineer at Vueling, having been involved in manuals management, regulatory affairs and safety and compliance management throughout his career. His experience includes implementation and continuous improvement of the Vueling EFB system, leveraging IT innovation and operational expertise to empower digitalisation and improve process robustness.

Olsen, Klaus

CTO/EFB Administrator, EFB Admin Services

Klaus have more than 16 years of EFB Administrator experience, earlier for Norwegian Air, Flyr, and now for a handful of airlines..
He manages EFB Admin Services Int. AS who delivers EFB Admin services under the oro.gen.205 and EFB support to airlines and suppliers world-wide.
Klaus comes from a background as IT operations manager for Norwegian Financials Daily for close to 2 decades and is a cyber security certified engineer.
He is well known for his work ethic, which is often referred to as 24/7/365.
A main contributor to EFB development with software, hardware, and connectivity providers, and never afraid to look at, and implement, new technology if it seems beneficial for more effective operations and a safer cockpit.
Hands-on problem-solver with high work-ethic and even higher pace of work. Outspoken, creative, constructive listener, who never sugar coats (unfortunately…).
More than once mistaken for being ignorant, frequently socially incompetent, and with a sense of humour that only the rarest seem to grasp.
Despite this, openness, seriousness, and quality do tend to be key elements in all his activities.

O'Farrell, Austin

Senior Project Manager - Outsourced Maintenance Planning, Delta Air Lines

Austin started with Delta in the TechOps division in 2016. He has held various roles from Line Maintenance Schedule Analysis, Maintenance Data Analyst, Base Airframe Maintenance Planning, and now owns Outsourced Airframe Maintenance Planning. He holds a BS in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech, including the completion of a Cooperative Education program with Delta during his studies.
In his current role, Austin works to develop an efficient Airframe Maintenance plan for all out-of-house volume, partnering with MRO vendors across the globe. This volume includes maintenance program visits, capital modifications, new aircraft deliveries, aircraft painting, and similar hangar work.
Building a strategic, future-looking maintenance plan involves close coordination throughout the business. During his time in this role, Austin has helped to foster the Planning relationship with cross-divisional teams, including Materials, Engineering, Engines, Capital Projects, Supply Chain, Network, Fleet Strategy, Flight Ops, and more. Austin also brings a robust data background and has helped to drive data-driven decision making in the Planning world, as well as developed tools that automate and stabilize routine processes. Austin continues to work diligently to provide a maintenance strategy that minimizes unscheduled ground time, providing valuable flying time back to the airline.
Austin is an avid baseball fan, enjoys hiking and kayaking with his wife and dog, and spends additional free time working on improvement projects around the house.

Otten, Arjan

Project Engineer Maintenance Programs, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

30 years of aircraft manufacture and airline experience as structure and maintenance programs engineer at Fokker aviation and since 1996 at KLM engineering.
Since 2001 in several function involved in Maintenance programs for KLM and customer narrow and wide bodies.
Since 2003 working with Maintenix software. Involved in the selection process of Maintenix as the new MRO software, design of the use of Maintenix at KLM and Air France

Presently responsible for the 747-400 and 787 Maintenance program for Air France, KLM, and customers.

Propper, Anne-Laure

Project Manager, Air France Industries KLM Engineering

After a carrier started in IT consulting, Anne-Laure joined AIRFRANCE KLM 15 years ago and occupied various positions before joining AFKL Engineering & Maintenance teams to manage projects on aircraft and cabin retrofit and modification for AIRFRANCE and customers and A350 entry in AIRFRANCE fleet.
Since January 2021, she has specifically been in charge of CM&C project for AF Engineering. The project focuses on transitioning from existing AIRFRANCE and KLM legacy system to a common management of configuration and airworthiness in a single system, integrating with the supply chain and shop floor control systems, for the group and its customers, requiring also major processes evolutions and Data intelligence developments.

Rouquiere, Phillippe

Connected Aircraft Marketing, Collins

I have a 15+ years engineering experience in developing Avionics systems, mainly for Airbus aircraft family. In this job, I discovered many different systems and roles. I brought my contribution into some of the recent achievements of our industry: Sharing the data across the organization to take coordinated decisions, Connecting the aircraft to fly more safely and more efficiently.
I moved to Marketing 5 years ago and I followed on focusing on what create value for customers. I am focused on making real the value our solutions can bring to many different stakeholders in the airline’s operations.

Stolk, Rob

Predictive Maintenance Lead, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

Rob Stolk holds an Msc. in Aerospace Engineering from Delft University of Technology, with a specialisation in Control and Simulation. Early 2018, he kicked off his professional career at the Big Data team of KLM Engineering & Maintenance. Combining knowledge on aircraft systems with data science, he contributed to the growth of Prognos, Airfrance-KLM’s solution for predictive maintenance and health monitoring.

Since October 2020, Rob has the role of Predictive Maintenance lead, managing the technical developments of Prognos, as well as the relationship with users and other stakeholders. With his continual quest for simplicity, he strives for an accessible product with understandable analytics.

Sabahat, Sibel

Leader of Documentation Compliance Monitoring, Pegasus Airlines

Over the past 30 years Mrs. Sibel SABAHAT starting airline career in 1992 as a Cabin Crew in legacy and low-cost airlines and held various positions in Cabin Operation.

She worked in many positions in Safety & Quality Departments by leading the company documentation system over 15 years with operational experience and regulation and international applicable standards knowhow, responsible for Operations Manuals compliance.

She is also currently working as Leader of Documentation Compliance Monitoring Leader and an IOSA Airline Auditor responsible form ORG, SEC, CAB Disciplines.

Currently role is to set up an advanced documentation system and focusing on next phases of project by using Comply365. She is aware of the importance that an airline documentation must be always ready for audits.

Saunders, Rob

Director of Business Development, ELB, Ultramain Systems

Rob’s career started with British Airways in 1977 where he worked as licensed avionics engineer in both Line and Base maintenance. In 1985 he moved to the 747 and L1011 Production Engineering department before taking a technical support position in BA’s Maintrol Operations center in 1987.
In 1990 Rob joined Cathay Pacific in Hong Kong as a Main¬tenance Controller and saw the introduction of the 747-400 and Airbus fleets. In’94 he managed the Base Maintenance Support team, covering HAECO and the then new TAECO facility (China). In 1997 he moved back to the Line operation as Manager of the Maintenance Control Centre.
As Manager Ultramain Program in 2002 Rob was responsible for the replacement Cathay’s legacy Engineering IT systems.
In 2006 Rob was appointed Head of Aircraft Engineering with technical responsibility for Airframe Cathay Pacific’s Fleet.
As Head of Engineering Cost Management & Lean in 2011, Rob led a team implementing many productivity and compliance-related projects including electronic Technical Records, A350 software control, e-enabled aircraft, and a paperless maintenance strategy including the development of the latest ELB software in conjunction with Ultramain Systems.
Rob is now the Director of Business Development for Electronic Logbook at Ultramain Systems where he provides Airlines, MROs, and IT Supplier’s with his expert knowledge in electronic logbook and Line Maintenance process, with a focus on assisting each organization in the rationalization of maintenance and processes with a specialization in Electronic Logbook and Paperless Operations.

Suhner, Christian

Chief Technology Officer, Helvetic Airways

As Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Zurich based regional airline Helvetic Airways, Christian Suhner is responsible for the ICT operations and digital innovation since 2020.
Together with his team he is focusing on Digital Workplace Engineering, Information Security Management and Data Analysis.

Christian joined Helvetic Airways in 2006 as a Maintenance Coordinator and started in 2008 flying as a first officer in part time. After participating and leading several IT related projects, i.e., AMOS setup for the new Helvetic maintenance organization or the projects „Paperless Cockpit“ and EFB introduction, Christian joined the flight operations team in 2014. He was leading the flight operations department as Nominated Person from 2016 and was part of the Phase-In team for the Embraer E190-E2 from 2018 until 2020. Christian is still flying in part time as a Captain on the Embraer E2.



Workshop Session

Managing a Center of Excellence (CoE) for your MRO / M&E IT Masterclass Workshop

Monday 12th June – 14:00 – 17:30 (Includes Coffee Break: 15:30 – 16:00)

There are only 60 seats available for this Workshop session.  Please use the registration form below to book your seat.

Workshop Overview:

In this workshop you will be taken on a step-by-step guide on how to set up a CoE for your MRO / M&E IT ecosystem and learn how to establish processes to overcome frequent challenges with keeping pace with business adjustments, operations management and software changes including:

  • Are all my processes and procedures up to date?
  • Are my regulated manuals and (systems) user guides in sync?
  • Are my forms and reports all current?
  • Are my forms and reports all digitally produced and managed?
  • Am I on the latest release / patch of my software systems?
  • Are all my system interfaces working efficiently?
  • Are users up to date on training and know-how content?

There are probably a dozen or so more questions which are in the minds of the system administrators, users, business leaders, executives, and other stakeholders in any MRO IT ecosystem.

Through this workshop Master Class, you will be taken through how to know the answers to the above questions and to also definitively set up and manage a CoE in a centralized or distributed manner covering the following:

  • A RACI structure for ownership
  • A Continuous Improvement framework incorporating the philosophy of Lean, Six Sigma, Kaizen
    and other operations improvement methodologies
  • A Performance Management sub-system for realizing the optimization of the in-situ software
    systems and maximum enablement of business processes
  • A dynamic Project Management approach to produce Kanban boards and Agile execution of
    systems, personnel and process changes
  • A Collaboration approach to crowd sourcing knowledge and improvement recommendations
    across the user community
  • Interactive help guides and content to ensure the application of best practices

Workshop Hosted by: Allan Bachan, VP, ICF and supported by his MRO Consulting Team.

Register your seat:

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  • Company:Honeywell
  • Stand:1
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Honeywell products and services are found on virtually every commercial, defense and space aircraft in the world. With an unmatched heritage of innovation that spans more than a century, our aim is to solve the greatest challenges CEOs, pilots, operators, passengers, finance, maintenance and cabin crews face — and transform the way we all fly. We deliver improved fuel-efficiency, more direct and on-time flights, and improved operational efficiency through advanced SaaS offerings like Honeywell Flight Efficiency and Honeywell Forge Performance+. With one of the industries most comprehensive portfolios of hardware, software, and services, we transform the entire aviation operations ecosystem, from the flight deck to the MRO facility.

Honeywell Flight Efficiency
Honeywell Flight Efficiency is the industry’s most advanced and capable fuel efficiency and airline data analytics solution. More aircraft rely on Honeywell Flight Efficiency to improve flight efficiency and reduce carbon emissions than any other solution. Often replacing multiple point solutions, our software connects stakeholders across the entire organization to provide a unified source of truth for all operations-related data.

Our advanced analytics help you uncover the hidden potential beyond standard best practices. Even airlines with mature and sophisticated fuel-efficiency programs have unlocked significant additional savings by implementing Honeywell Flight Efficiency.

· 30+ airline partners globally
· 3,000+ aircraft enrolled
· Over 2% fuel savings reported by customers
· Use cases for carbon reporting to maintain regulatory compliance
· Advanced data analytics to track and measure sustainability and efficiency initiatives
· Built on cloud architecture for a fast, intuitive and secure experience
· Comprehensive consulting services included with enrollment

  • Company:OpenAirlines
  • Stand:2
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Starting from the observation that every year, nearly 660 million tons of CO2 are emitted by airplanes, i.e. more than 20 000 kilos of CO2 per second, OpenAirlines has developed innovative solutions to help airlines reduce their costs and environmental impact.

Drawing on eight years of R&D, SkyBreathe® came into the market in 2013 as an innovative eco-flying solution based on Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data to save fuel and reduce airlines’ carbon footprint by up to 5%.

Factor in the threat of climate change on the industry, fuel efficiency at an airline must be a team effort where every department contributes to a safe and efficient fuel culture. That’s why SkyBreathe® is a 360° eco-flying platform designed to connect all stakeholders — Chief Pilots, Fuel Managers, Dispatchers, Pilots, and Performance Engineers, to name a few. The platform provides all the tools they need to build and grow a successful fuel efficiency program without juggling many different tools. The integrated solutions are designed to spread a vibrant green culture in airlines to drastically reduce fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and costs.

Rewarded by many innovation awards, SkyBreathe® is today the world’s most widely used eco-flying solution. Its active community federates more than 60+ airlines across the planet, including Air France, easyJet, DHL, Norwegian, IndiGo, flydubai, and Atlas Air. In 2022, its customers saved more than 1 million tons of CO2, equivalent to planting 128 million trees.

  • Company:EXSYN Aviation Solutions
  • Stand:3
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About EXSYN Aviation Solutions

EXSYN Aviation Solutions is a provider of innovative aviation engineering and data management solutions. The company’s unique data management platform, AVILYTICS & NEXUS, offers a comprehensive data management solution for airlines and MROs to streamline airworthiness critical processes and drive value from their data. With a team of experienced aircraft engineers with strong IT and data skills based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, EXSYN combines its industry knowledge with technical expertise to provide effective solutions to its clients.

EXSYN’s aircraft data management platform (AVILYTICS & NEXUS) is designed to bridge the gap between airworthiness management, data, and IT, making it easy for engineering teams to benefit from digital tools without requiring any programming or data science skills. With a proven track record, EXSYN’s platform has already been deployed by over 20 airlines and MROs across 20 countries worldwide, integrating with more than 10 MRO software systems and 30 different aircraft types. The company has a prestigious list of clients including ASL Aviation Holdings, CHC Helicopters, Iberia, Lufthansa Technik, and Vueling.

NEXUS: Managing data in aircraft airworthiness critical processes

NEXUS is a software solution designed for airlines, operators, and MROs to help manage and streamline their aircraft airworthiness and maintenance data. It seamlessly integrates with your existing MRO/M&E system landscape to collect, manage, and exchange data, all while maintaining confidence in data quality and accuracy. With the increasing amount of data generated by aircraft and the increasing need for data-driven airworthiness compliance, NEXUS is essential in ensuring the data collected is accurate, consistent and in the right format. It helps automate airworthiness critical processes, perform data validation, consistency checks, and provides self-service reports for easy analysis and decision-making. The solution also offers automated data exchange and uploads, reducing the need for manual data entry and extraction. By using NEXUS operators reduce costs, ensure airworthiness compliance and drive value from the data collected.

AVILYTICS – Aircraft Reliability Monitoring And Predictive Maintenance Software Solution

Maximize aircraft reliability and minimize maintenance costs by incorporating AVILYTICS into your engineering processes. AVILYTICS takes aircraft reliability monitoring to the next level by providing a fully integrated analytics solution. With direct access to all relevant data sources, manual corrections are no longer necessary, saving valuable time and reducing errors. Real-time insights into aircraft reliability, maintenance performance, and AOG (Aircraft On Ground) risk are easily accessible with AVILYTICS, allowing airlines and operators to proactively identify issues and take action to improve their operations. The solution’s flexible and user-friendly interface makes it easy to create custom dashboards to address specific challenges and drive value from the data. With AVILYTICS, airlines and operators can optimize their fleet availability and reduce maintenance costs, ultimately leading to improved operational efficiency and profitability.

Founded in 2015, Aerostrat started with the singular goal of creating a Heavy Maintenance Planning software solution to simplify the lives of our colleagues in the Aerospace industry. Our team of industry veterans have firsthand experience with the challenges planners are confronted with and drove development of Aerros, our maintenance planning solution.

With a “One Stop Shop” approach, Aerros enables customers to manage their entire heavy maintenance program in one place.  Aerostrat prides itself on its customer-centric approach to building new features, and our simplicity-obsessed Software Engineers ensure every new release enhances the user experience.


Aerros leads the industry in offering Airline and MRO planners the following key benefits.

  • Automatically plan hundreds of requirements per fleet over the life of the aircraft
  • Effortlessly manage events with drag and drop, quick merge, and smart delete functionality
  • Track event changes over time and compare planned vs actual maintenance performance
  • Collaborate easily with other planners and vendors with confidential scenarios, restricted user access, and sharing features
  • Create bottom-up budgets and rolling budgets
  • Gain better insight into their business through customizable business intelligence solutions


In addition, Aerostrat also provides:

  • 24/7 multi-platform support
  • 99% Service Level Agreements and less than 24-hour support resolutions
  • Enterprise Security Standards and Compliance
  • Integrations to ERPS for signoffs, fleet data, and more


More information about Aerostrat and Aerros can be found by visiting our website at, emailing us at, or giving us a call at 888-558-2860 X1

  • Company:PACE Aerospace & IT
  • Stand:5
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PACE Aerospace & IT, a TXT Group Company, develops and distributes software applications for aircraft and engine manufacturers, civil and military operators, maintenance services and leasing companies. A wide range of turn-key and bespoke solutions helps to optimize key aspects of customers’ business processes, from marketing and design to customization and operations.
TXT, founded in 1989 and based in Milan, is an international IT Group, end-to-end provider of consultancy, software services and solutions, supporting the digital transformation of customers’ products and core processes. With a proprietary software portfolio and deep expertise in vertical domains, TXT operates across different markets, with a growing footprint in Aerospace, Aviation, Defense, Industrial, Government and Fintech.
We make operational efficiency fly – save up to 4% fuel with PACE EFB applications
Our operational efficiency management solutions are based on the unique ability to determine the most cost-efficient, or ECON, trajectory for a specific set of flight conditions, which then serves as a point of reference for economic decisions on board as well as statistical analysis on the ground.

The leading application for EFB-based vertical flight profile optimization, Pacelab Flight Profile Optimizer complements the functional scope of current on-board technology and offers significantly higher fuel-saving potential than the flight management system alone. Calculations with Pacelab Flight Profile Optimizer are based on the best available performance data (first-principles data) and live WX and aircraft data. The software continuously determines the most cost-efficient flight trajectory for the remaining route to destination and supplies an adjusted cost index which can be fed to the FMS. Constraints provided with the briefing package are respected automatically. With the ECON trajectory as a reference, Pacelab Flight Profile Optimizer is able to pinpoint the available cost savings potential for every instant of the flight, giving concise information about fuel burn, overall cost and delay; the latter provides additional support for managing on-time performance.

Get the most out of your fleet – with Pacelab Mission Suite: Route and aircraft mission analysis software
An additional component of the PACE operations productivity catalog is Pacelab Mission Suite. Pacelab Mission Suite (PLMS) is an integrated software solution which supports stra-tegic and tactical statistical analysis of an aircraft’s enroute performance and economics.
PLMS allows the customer to tailor the analysis of payload-range and mission efficiency to the airlines specific business practices and economic models. In addition to route-by-route analysis; PLMS has the power to conduct “what if” analysis of an entire route structure with a single “click”. This is all done within a robust and proven software environment.
Our EFB and aircraft performance solutions will be presented live at our booth. For more detailed information, please get in touch with Oliver Späth ( or visit our website at

  • Company:Orlando Suite for TechPubs
  • Stand:6

Orlando© Suite for Tech Pubs is an XML-based cloud Document Management System designed for Airlines and MRO. Orlando is compliant with the OEM electronic manuals (Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Embraer, Bombardier…) for both Flight Operations and Maintenance & Engineering domains. It also optimizes the overall Company Manuals production and distribution.

The Orlando Suite offers a wide range of features gathered into 7 modules designed to streamline the manuals lifecycle: Library (Cloud CMS), Editor (Web based WYSIWYG editing, content reuse), Merger (automated OEM/airline manuals reconciliation), Analytics (data checker, compliance to regulations, revision report), Publisher (HTML, PDF, and XML), Dispatcher (Distribution of publications, Mobile Content Management), Explorer (Web & Mobile & EFB viewers).

The Orlando suite has been on the market since 2018 and is now used by 30+ Airlines in the world.

For more information please contact:

Alban Biard – General Manager – – +33 6 74 82 03 72

  • Company:Boeing
  • Stand:7 & 8
  • Company:QOCO Systems
  • Stand:9
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QOCO Systems Ltd helps the aviation industry to succeed in the changing world by creating new ways to work, to communicate, and to utilise data. We have been a trusted partner of airlines, MROs, and aircraft OEMs for over ten years.

Our solutions provide significant inprovements to the industry’s complex processes. They enable our customers to achieve more by doing less and to realise time-savings in labour-intensive tasks. We also bring visibility to customers’s operations to support decision-making based on real-time information.

Our offering includes the following SaaS solutions: is designed to simplify the process of booking, returning and tracking tools needed for the aircraft maintenance and repairs, enables secure, automated data streams between the main collaborative players in the aviation industry. We also provide a wide range of consulting sevices for our customers’s unique needs in the areas of digitalisation, process inprovement, data analytics, and more.

Agility is built into our way of working. We always aim to fulfil the customer’s needs quickly. We follow a customer-centric approach and make it easy for our clients to succeed. On top of this, we are committed to a high level of quality and information security, which is supported by ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 compliant management system certification.

  • Company:Applied Database Technology (ADT)
  • Stand:10
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Applied Database Technology (ADT) provides solutions to companies that operate, maintain, repair and overhaul aircraft. WINGS software, MRO / M&E solution, is an all-inclusive aviation maintenance management system created and designed exclusively for Airlines, CAMO organizations and MRO companies that service commercial and military fixed-wing, rotary-wing aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s) and military aircraft.

Wings Software modules fulfil airworthiness requirements while also ensuring regulatory compliance.

• Comprehensive and innovative Mobile solution supporting online and offline operations
• Paperless Operations with OEM Document Integration
• Hazard Identification and Prediction via Deep Learning based approach with ACARS
• Multi-project Optimization for Part 145 Operations
• Integrated solution for engine MRO services

ADT offers WINGS, a highly configurable web-based system, provides implementation services, user training, data migration, interface programming, on-site support and other professional services.

  • Company:SkyPath
  • Stand:11
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SkyPath is a unique crowdsourcing platform based on a patented algorithm that utilize the iPad accelerometers, detects turbulence with great accuracy, and notifies pilots and ground operation services regarding upcoming encounters, all in real-time. This enables airlines and crew members to ensure the safety of passengers and crew, and also to enhance operational efficiency.
SkyPath ecosystem provides a native App and Web browser to its airline customers together with SDK and API for integration and data-providing services.

40,000 SkyPath users in the last year
4500 flights a day
45M turbulence reports, just in the last 90 days

Come and visit our stand for a demo and start a free trial.

  • Company:Vistair
  • Stand:12
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Vistair is one of the world’s leading providers of operational data management for aviation technical publications, safety, and regulatory content. Our technology leads the way in driving higher levels of safety, efficiency, and compliance across the aviation industry. Trusted by many of the most progressive aviation and defence organisations (including British Airways, Delta, DHL, Emirates, easyJet, Frontier, Qantas, MAA, RAF, Australian Defence Force).

Since our inception in 2005, Vistair has pioneered the digital transformation of flight operations & safety management and most recently in aviation engineering & data analytics. With our market-leading product suite, Vistair is on a mission is to modernise and simplify flight operations, aviation engineering and safety, fuelled by real-time data-informed decisioning.

We work in close partnership with our aviation customers, helping them to overcome the complex operational and safety challenges that they face and constantly creating innovative new technologies that improve standards across the industry for the benefit of all our partners, current and future.


The Vistair Product Suite

Vistair is uniquely placed as the only provider of both Safety Management (SafetyNet) and Document Management (DocuNet), also offering a powerful data analytics capability for true operational insight (Vistair Intelligence).


Today, Vistair continues to lead the way in the digital transformation of aviation document management and safety management and in empowering airlines with advanced data analytics.  Accelerating the aviation industry in the digitisation of document management and unified safety & risk management with real-time data insights – unshackling teams from legacy systems and processes with the Vistair product suite.


Vistair’s DocuNet product is the aviation industry’s most powerful and comprehensive Document Management service of its kind, streamlining the complexities of document management, maintenance, and distribution. It provides a single digital platform (SaaS) for the organisation-wide management, control and distribution of all air, engineering and ground operations documentation that are required for the safe and effective operation of aircraft. DocuNet is the leading the market in the digitisation of the end-to-end aviation Document Management process with a single, integrated platform, that optimises the full range of technical authoring and document distribution processes.


Vistair’s SafetyNet is a world-leading safety management software suite. It provides a unified approach to safety and managing risk whilst enabling real time analysis and insights. It is used by leading airlines, aerospace, defence, and regulatory organisations worldwide.


Our highly advanced Data Analytics platform, Vistair Intelligence, delivers unprecedented data-driven insights that transform the way aviation and defence business are run.

Vistair Intelligence presents smart, actionable data that is easy to access, analyse and utilise. It makes critical business information readily available to anybody in your organisation rather than just data professionals. It empowers you with more data and real-time insights than any other platform of its kind.

To learn more about how Vistair is leading change and innovation in the critical areas of Document Management, Safety Management and Data at this pivotal time of transformation for the aviation industry – please visit us at Stand 45 and visit

  • Company:Conduce
  • Stand:13
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At Conduce we design, develop and implement mobile solutions for the aviation industry and our core product is eTechLog8, the world leading complete paperless Electronic Technical Logbook (ELB) solution.

Electronic Logbooks provide a complete replacement for the aircraft journey, defect and technical paper logs and provide increased efficiency and cost savings alongside faster turnarounds. Become proactive about your aircraft maintenance and go paperless with Conduce today!

Approved around the World
Our Electronic Technical Logbook solution is the most trusted ELB on the market and is now certified by many national airworthiness authorities around the world, from the UK to the UAE, Spain to Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain to Brunei. Conduce are fully rolled out across multiple operator and fleet types with some thirty AOC operators around the world.

Fully Integrated
eTechLog8 was designed from day one to be fully integrated with any MRO, CAMO or Maintenance Information Systems. Customers worldwide benefit from proven, fully working integration with AMOS, TRAX, OASES, Rusada and more.

In addition, eTechLog8 can be integrated with flight ops, fuel and archiving systems such as AerData Stream, ROAM, FuelPlus and more.

Not just an Electronic Logbook
Conduce provide fully integrated companion applications to aid our mission to make aviation processes completely paperless. These include a complete replacement for the Cabin Logbook on a companion device, a comprehensive document management system, a custom forms module, data for reporting and analytics, CBT training and more.

  • Company:Cohesive
  • Stand:14
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At Cohesive, we understand the importance of seamless integration and expert collaboration. That’s why we bring together industry, data, and asset specialists to provide comprehensive end-to-end services throughout your asset’s life cycle. Our innovative solutions deliver transformational results in both built and natural environments, enabling you to meet your practical service, financial, and social objectives.

As a proud IBM Maximo Platinum Partner, your MRO needs are in the best of hands. Our dedicated team of aviation industry experts and certified Maximo professionals work tirelessly to help organizations like yours optimize their MRO environments, gain invaluable insights into the health and configuration of assets, and meet all safety and regulatory requirements.

Maximo for Aviation is a powerful tool that allows aviation companies to streamline aircraft maintenance schedules and comply with regulations, reducing downtime and maximizing operational efficiency.

Trust in Cohesive to provide the expertise and solutions you need to stay ahead in the competitive aviation industry!

  • Company:CAE
  • Stand:15
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Flight Operations Solutions

Revolutionizing flight operations as you know it

Aircraft operations are complex and under severe pressure. You are operating in a challenging economic environment with rising labour and fuel costs, working with disparate data systems that impact the efficiency of decision-making, ensuring regulatory compliance to maintain safety standards and avoid financial penalizations, and trying to meet a fluctuating passenger demand where you can no longer depend on historical data to predict future trends. You are in need of a digital transformation that you can trust. CAE has disrupted the market with an industry-leading digital ecosystem. Our Flight Operations Solutions are flexible, configurable, scalable, and cloud-native to enable end-to-end flight operations management. By leveraging the power of data, automation, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and optimization, our solutions can help enhance your operational performance, profitability, and passenger experience. Operators of any size, including business aviation, commercial airlines, and eVTOL aircraft, can benefit from our holistic solutions.

  • Company:Acumen
  • Stand:16
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At Acumen we believe in simplifying Aviation Asset Management through enterprise software delivery and technology consulting practice. Airlines, Lessors & MROs benefit from our expertise in the following offerings :

1. Digital Transformation (Development, Migration & Maintenance) : Our pool of developers, QA engineers, DevOps and business analysts with expertise necessary for successful digital transformation.

2. Analytics & Automations : Our RPA and statistics experts, together with our development team deliver best-in-class, integrated analytics and automation solutions.

3. BI & ERP Platform : Our Business Intelligence & Asset Management SaaS offers Airlines & Lessors complete life-cycle management solutions covering technical, financial and commercial areas of the business. Learn more at &

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Digital Transformation Services

  • Company:NABLA Mobility
  • Stand:17
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NABLA mobility increases flight safety by using AI to find the optimal route around unsafe areas. Our technology locates and identifies multiple types of turbulence with unparalleled accuracy. Rather than burning more fuel, our turbulence avoidance algorithm actually saves fuel.


Turbulence is a major cause of safety incidents, with 37%. Each incident has direct financial ramifications, impacts on insurance, and damage to the brand through the negative press. Even if injuries do not occur, passenger discomfort is enough to have an impact on social media and cause headaches for customer service, driving up costs.

Pilots and flight operation teams make a tremendous effort, attempting to balance safer routes and fuel efficiency. Due to a lack of precise turbulence prediction, pilots are forced to rely on PIREPS, which may be out of date, and provide extremely limited coverage.

NABLA’s proprietary turbulence prediction model provides global coverage with a much higher degree of resolution. By combining multiple machine learning methods, our technology correctly predicts turbulence with an accuracy of <87%. This is an x7-x14 improvement over existing prediction systems.

By providing pilots, dispatchers, and operations with a better map of the sky, we increase their situational awareness. By issuing comprehensive AI-generated briefs, we provide pilots with the information they need that allows them to make safer decisions, faster.


Passenger experience is prime in the success of an airline’s operational strategy. But the new responsibility of aviation is to maintain global connectivity while reducing global impact. And public perception of aviation is shifting: 36% of passengers consider flying less to reduce carbon emissions. How can we improve efficiency today, with existing fleets, and existing engines?

Providing passengers with the ability to purchase carbon offsets has limited effect. It requires them to take extra steps, and increases the cost of each flight, all while making the passenger responsible for the service provided by the airline. Simultaneously, it has been proven that passengers consider carbon emissions, when purchasing a flight, creating a clear competitive advantage for an airline’s operational efficiency.

Our technology provides immediate carbon reductions. Turbulence avoidance saves fuel by avoiding rough air. On top of this base safety objective, our technology finds an efficiency tunnel: making recommendations to avoid headwinds, catch tailwinds, and find the perfect altitude, all while accounting for time, traffic, overflight fees, and of course, fuel burn.

Fuel consumption and safety no longer need to compete. By finding the path of least resistance, our technology allows airlines to remain safe while reducing their fuel by up to 4% per flight.

Outro: resilience

The effect of scaling these optimizations, from one flight to one route to your whole fleet, is not only safer and more fuel-efficient operations, but a new level of operational resilience. The knock-on effect of cost savings means more liquidity for SAF and other sustainability efforts. Our technology integrates easily by ingesting your existing flight plans. This means we overcome complexity, avoiding the siloed, legacy information systems that challenge the operation’s ability to achieve a higher degree of efficiency.

Each individual part of our technology is based on, extends, and develops academic research, synthesizing a number of different concepts, and applying a variety of AI and ML techniques with an interdisciplinary approach. We have been lucky enough to partner directly with organizations such as the Department of Aeronautics at the University of Tokyo, JAXA, and Peach Aviation, and we took part in Boeing’s Aerospace Xcelerated.

Drop by booth 17 to learn more. If you prefer to connect after the conference, we can arrange an in-depth conversation or a demo.

  • Company:Web Manuals
  • Stand:18
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Web Manuals is a SaaS company enhancing safe and efficient operations through a document management system specialized for aviation. The software has been built, evolved, and employed by +460 customers for over ten years.

Top aviation professionals have chosen our digital platform in more than 65 countries, easing document editions and improving control of their regulatory processes. With our cloud-based software, they are simplifying documentation processes and regulatory compliance with automated smart modules.

The system enhances digital compliance monitoring by connecting your documents and regulations. The software ensures complete traceability and automates alerts to notify you about normative changes. In a matter of clicks, you can update the regulations in the new revision and stay compliant for every audit. Our system is connected to the most used compliance libraries worldwide. We have regulations, certifications and requirements from EASA, FAA, CASA, OTAR, and many other standard regulations. Which also facilitates proof of compliance to inspectors and auditors with the dynamic checklists.

We are revolutionizing aviation manuals and regulatory compliance by making the digitization, authoring, and distribution of operational documentation easy and accessible to operators of all sizes. What used to be a laborious manual task is now made simple: the rapid authoring, reviewing, publishing, distribution, and control of an entire manuals library is now a seamless operation.

The entire document cycle is optimized with role-based functionalities that allow you to manage and keep track of every modification in your manuals. Our users increase document control with cross-references showing dependencies between different procedures and manuals and escalating efficiency by tracking changes throughout revisions. Online collaborations empower your team to edit the documents simultaneously, optimizing workflow, approvals, and distribution.

We have developed +150 features to ease the formatting, design, and setup of pages and chapters. All the components are designed to customize your manuals, improve documentation quality, and enrich the experience for all users. Deployed by over 20.000 aviation professionals, our system has proven to solve critical manual standardization challenges and save up to 80% of time and resources on the editing side.

Web Manuals is rapidly expanding its global presence. With offices in San Diego, Singapore and Malmö, Sweden, we provide full in-house customer support, with staff live 24/7 monitoring of servers, ensuring mission-critical availability. From the implementation phase, users have available multiple guides, tutorials, and support channels that allow them to maximize our tool deployment. While increasing your expertise, you can also access valuable training and certifications to upgrade your skills as an editor or instructor.

Major partners in the aviation industry endorse our system, forming a solid partnership network. The Web Manuals Partner Community comprises trusted subject-matter experts from all corners of the aviation industry, providing leading solutions and services around the Web Manuals application. Our customers can find compliance libraries, licenses, template documents, and other partner services through the Web Manuals Store.

  • Company:AeroEx GmbH
  • Stand:19
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Simplify Compliance and Safety Management is a comprehensive compliance and safety management hub that enables organizations in the aerospace industry to streamline and improve their compliance and safety processes. Our all-in-one software solution is designed to help businesses manage and maintain compliance with the latest regulations and standards, identify and address potential hazards and risks, and perform audits and inspections.

With features like InSight, Standards & Regulations, and Measure Management, provides a complete and customizable system that caters to each organization’s unique needs. Our software allows for paperless audit processes, customizable settings for approval release processes, and the ability to monitor obligations and handle non-conformities and tasks. is developed by independent Swiss-based AeroEx and its worldwide network of leading subject matter experts. At AeroEx, we are committed to providing our customers top-notch customer service and support. We understand the importance of compliance and safety in the aerospace industry and are dedicated to helping organizations navigate the complex regulatory landscape. digitizes compliance and safety management by transforming human knowledge and experience into digital solutions.

Whether you are a small business or a large corporation, is the all-in-one solution you need to manage your compliance and safety processes. Join our satisfied customers who have already switched to and take the first step towards improving your compliance and safety management today.

  • Company:AFRY
  • Stand:20
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AFRY provides engineering, design, digital and advisory services to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable society. We are 19,000 team players, with offices in 52 countries and projects in more than 100 countries.

AFRY´s specialized Asset Management Systems team consists of highly devoted professional specialists in the aviation and other industries. We provide, among others, service capabilities which include strategic consulting, asset portfolio evaluation and steering, maturity assessments, portfolio management and EAM roll out or operational enhancements. The industries that our expertise covers include aviation, defense, transportation, railway, energy, process industries and other asset intensive infrastructure.

The aviation sector is constantly undergoing change driven by internal and global factors that require our customers to quickly react and adapt to new technologies and new ways of working without compromising safety and compliance. At AFRY, we aim to deliver advisory excellence within the Civil and Military Aviation sector.

Regardless of if you are a small or a large operator, MRO or aviation supplier, AFRY can assist you with highly experienced aviation professionals who can help you with your challenges with digitalization, system integration, interim management, project management, procurement support and organizational and process optimizations through current state analysis and a strategic roadmap including insights, recommendations, and action points.

At Asset Management System we use a programmatic method of proactively managing the acquisition, materials, services, and costs involved in maintaining the aircraft across each aircraft’s useful life, from initial acquisition to final disposition. We help the aviation industry through advisory services, interim management, strategic asset management, operational and maintenance excellence, asset management training and use different software tools as support to drive data-driven asset management decisions. Through decisions driven by data, expertise and industry best practice, we guide organizations along their asset management journey. We utilize industry leading models and methodologies to help organizations maximize value of their assets, convert passive asset management to active asset management and deliver business objectives. Our expertise provides a broader view than just traditional engineering, focusing on a strategic lifecycle system perspective that helps organizations maximize the value of assets and necessary processes at all stages of their lifecycle. Our integrated services have supported some of the major European infrastructure, transport and industry service providers.

  • Company:TRAX
  • Stand:21 & 22
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TRAX USA Corp. delivers an integrated web-based ERP software solution with its eMRO product. Combined with its eMobility suite of apps, users can work anywhere with easy access to real-time information. The products support paperless workpacks and manuals, electronic signatures, biometric security, off-line capability for mobile apps, and web-based solutions. The technologically innovative software functionality contributes to a strong sustainment program that ensures fleet readiness, logistics support, operational agility, and availability for combat.

TRAX software manages multiple fleet types including fixed wing and rotorcraft. It is used by hundreds of commercial airlines, defense customers, MROs, and aviation management companies worldwide.

The system manages the following: maintenance of fleet & military assets, supply chain management, flightline maintenance, maintenance repair & overhaul, planning & resource management, digital technical publications, paperless workpacks, financial management, and more. The end-to-end functionality allows Defense operators to achieve their critical mission readiness.

TRAX is an experienced systems integrator and offers professional services to support the products. Our organizational capabilities and support solutions include: custom software development, software maintenance, mobile solutions, systems application integration, release upgrade support, cloud hosting, Project Management and implementation support, user training, business analyst consultation, business process mapping and documentation, gap analysis, data migration, Quality Assurance, and automated software testing support.

  • Company:Ultramain Systems
  • Stand:23 & 24
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Ultramain Systems delivers SIMPLE MOBILE PAPERLESS electronic logbook ELB software along with a comprehensive suite of MRO / M&E software. ULTRAMAIN® ELB™ – the market leading electronic logbook software is in approved paperless use at airlines worldwide. ULTRAMAIN ELB operates mobile or installed devices.

We are a proven aviation software provider, with aircraft M&E / MRO customers running paperless, end-to-end, from the cockpit to the ground, with solutions covering the aircraft logbook, line and base maintenance operations and MRO operations.

Step into the future with a fully paperless organization, by stopping at our booth to learn how using ULTRAMAIN’s comprehensive suite of integrated solutions can help you see your aircraft data FAST, ACCURATELY, and in REAL-TIME.

Come talk to us at our booth and learn how ULTRAMAIN v9, including Mobile Mechanic™ and Mobile Inventory™, to our onboard applications such as ULTRAMAIN ELB can eliminate hassles and increase profitability.

Contact Us
USI is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, with international offices located around the world.

Come see us anytime at, email us at, or give us a call: at +1 (505) 828-9000.

  • Company:Comply365
  • Stand:25
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With over 650,000 users, Comply365 is aviation’s most widely used document authoring and distribution platform. Right from the start, we worked with and for the airlines, and cooperated with regulators worldwide. In 2010, we obtained regulatory approval to introduce the first approved aviation-specific document reader on a tablet device, and today we provide a platform specifically engineered to manage the entire life cycle of an operational manual, all the way from authoring, reviewing and distributing smart content to the end user.

Comply365 supports more than 90 global customers, from start-up airlines to the world’s largest carriers, from ultra low-cost to full-service airlines, charter operators, cargo airlines, business aviation, ACMI and wet-lease operators, Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) and flight training organizations.

The Comply365 content management and document distribution platform improves operational efficiency, compliance, and end-user effectiveness through an integrated solution that covers the entire document lifecycle from authoring to personalized and targeted distribution of operational content.

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  • Company:SAFRAN
  • Stand:26
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A maker of aircraft engines for 110+ years, Safran Aircraft Engines designs, develops, produces and supports, alone or in partnership, engines for civil and military aircraft offering world-class performance, reliability and environmental-friendliness. Our business is based on a clear vision of the market, unrivaled expertise, state-of-the-art production capabilities and a complete range of maintenance services.

Through CFM International, a 50/50 joint company with GE Aerospace, Safran Aircraft Engines is the world’s leading supplier of engines for short and medium-haul commercial jets. In 2021, Safran Aircraft Engines and GE Aerospace renewed their CFM partnership through 2050.

Since the first engine was delivered in 1982, CFM has received orders for more than 51,000 CFM56 and LEAP engines from some 600+ operators worldwide, of which more than 40,000 engines have been delivered. CFM currently produces the advanced LEAP engine family to power the Airbus A320neo, the Boeing 737 MAX, and the COMAC C919.
Since the first LEAP engines entered revenue service in August 2016, the fleet has demonstrated world-class daily utilization rates while delivering a 15 to 20+ percent improvement in fuel efficiency, along with significant reductions in noise and emissions signatures. To date, the LEAP fleet has logged a total of more than 40 million engine flight hours.
Both operators and passengers demand aircraft availability, the key to efficient air transport. To allow airlines to make their operations as efficient as possible and focus on their core business, Safran Aircraft Engines offers, as part of CFM or on its own, a complete range of services and deploys a world-class international maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) network. All of our teams are fully comitted to our three-pronged objective: understand, satisfy and anticipate customer expectations, around the clock and worldwide.
In response to the urgent climate challenge, the Safran Group companies have an ambitious policy to support the transition to carbon-neutral aviation by 2050.

In June 2021, GE Aerospace and Safran launched the CFM RISE (Revolutionary Innovation for Sustainable Engines) Technology Demonstration Program as a manifestation of the deep commitment they share for achieving ambitious goals for a sustainable future.

Technologies matured as part of the RISE Program will serve as the foundation for the next generation CFM engine that could be available by the mid-2030s. Program goals include reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by more than 20 percent compared to today’s most efficient engines, as well as ensuring compatibility with alternative energy
sources like Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) and hydrogen.

  • Company:AVIOBOOK
  • Stand:27 & 28
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AVIOBOOK, a Thales Group company, is uniquely positioned to bring together the latest robust technologies to design world-class, secure, easy-to-use software and hardware solutions for all types of aircraft. With extensive experience in software and hardware, our innovative solutions maximise the efficiency of aircraft and their crew. We provide integrated applications, systems, and services to increase operational efficiency and enhance operational decision making.

Software: Our AVIOBOOK application suite
Pilots, cabin crew, dispatchers and ground staff can use the AVIOBOOK application suite anywhere. It has been designed not only to facilitate the day-to-day tasks of flight stakeholders but to break down the communication silos that prevent data from getting into the right hands.

AvioBook Flight – The all-in-one solutions for pilots

All the information pilots need is within reach, integrated with the back office & tailored to your airline procedures. AvioBook’s intuitive, user-friendly EFB provides your teams with smart data that flows across the various modules. We simplify flight processes so your pilots can focus on what is important.

AvioBook Cabin – An intuitive application for cabin crew

AvioBook Cabin is an intuitive product in which all the data flows seamlessly from the flight deck and ground, right to your tablet or smartphone. Quickly retrieve catering or flight information and go for an unparalleled level of operational performance and customer service.

AvioBook Connect – Secure communication connecting everyone
AvioBook Connect organises all users into flight groups automatically created and updated for each flight. Share live updates, monitor the flight status or simply check in with your crew members. Connect can include additional stakeholders, like catering or contract maintenance, depending on the needs of your airline.

AvioBook Tech – Helps maintenance work smoothly

With instant access to unambiguous, detailed defect reports; technicians will be able to anticipate maintenance actions, work more efficiently and keep your MOCC informed every step of the way. Go for maximum operational performance with minimal margin for error and faster turnaround times.

AvioBook Base – Managing EFB and aircraft data has never been easier
The process of organising and pushing relevant data to the crew and ground staff devices is just the tip of the iceberg. Keep the cockpit connected and maximise safety with AvioBook Base. For OCCs and dispatchers, Base Globe will enhance operational awareness.

AvioCast – Stay connected every step of the way

AvioCast is an innovative, patented concept that is unique on the market. Our 3-in-1 QAR/AID/WAP solution allows you to wirelessly offload FDM data and share live updates with the crew. Keep your aircraft connected & your data secure while minimising installation and certification costs.

  • Company:IFS
  • Stand:29 & 30
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IFS develops and delivers enterprise software for customers around the world who manufacture and distribute goods, build and maintain assets, and manage service-focused operations.

Through its aerospace and defense offering, IFS is the only software vendor that can deliver both end-to-end and best-of-breed enterprise asset management solutions for commercial aviation and defense forces, A&D manufacturers, defense contractors and A&D MRO providers. IFS software delivers a full spectrum of modern, powerful and user-friendly enterprise solutions that support cost reduction and optimal achievement of required service levels throughout the asset lifecycle of aviation and defense fleets.

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  • Company:M3 Solutions
  • Stand:31
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M3 Solutions is the innovator behind the M3 Platform, a comprehensive hardware & software solution that streamlines device readiness by enabling remote, unattended content distribution (including OS deployments like Windows, Android, iOS and MAC OS) across networks worldwide. Administrators benefit from a hands-off IT solution for their organization’s fleet of devices to ensure synchonicity, manage security, distribute content, & deploy applications all from one platform. The M3 Platform reduces IT costs, return-to-service times and protects regulatory requirements from being unmet. Applicable to a variety of industries such as Aeronautics, Military, Health and trusted by Global operators such as Air Canada, US Navy, and many more.

Stop by our booth to meet our team to learn more and you could be in with a chance to win an iPad.

To learn more or to schedule a demo please visit our website.

flydocs is an asset management solution provider with the aviation industry’s most comprehensive solution for creating value out of aircraft maintenance data. We offer the tools and expertise that allow all industry to drive sustainable innovation to help build the future of the commercial aviation asset lifecycle.

We have helped over 75 aviation partners with everything from records management to financial asset management solutions as well as digital lease returns and sales.

This year, we will be showcasing some exciting new digital solutions to support airlines, lessors and MROs including:

– A seamless cloud-storage solution for maintenance records
– Simple and optimised lease management with deep analytics for efficient aircraft redelivery
– A dedicated software solution to manage, audit and trade your aircraft parts with ease
– An AI-driven tool for aircraft structure repairs

  • Company:Swiss AviationSoftware
  • Stand:33
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Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd.

Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd. (Swiss-AS) is a 100% subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik and thereby embedded in the Lufthansa Group, one of the biggest airline groups of the world.

Swiss-AS positions itself not as a pure software house, but as a company tightly linked to airline business. Being in touch with active aircraft maintenance on a daily basis and therefore able to capture MRO trends at a very early stage, Swiss AviationSoftware unites over 30 years of IT experience with profound MRO expertise and offers its customers a functionally unsurpassed and technologically state-of-the-art maintenance system.

Our long experience, uncompromising pursuit for quality and safety, and our commitment to equip the Swiss-AS customers with a state-of-the art solution are pillars which steer the development of the system as well as our service delivery.



AMOS is a comprehensive, fully-integrated software package that successfully manages the maintenance, engineering and logistics requirements of modern airlines and MRO providers by fulfilling demanding airworthiness standards. 

The key differentiators that make AMOS stand out from competition are the system’s high degree of integration and functional depth coupled with ease of use.

AMOS, having celebrated its 30th birthday in 2019, is the perfect fit for:

  • airlines of all size and type, from start-ups to tier-one organizations
  • MRO providers
  • AMO organisations and other aviation companies.

while being suitable for all aircraft types (including New-Generation aircraft, fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft).

AMOS is completely written in JAVA, fully web-enabled and hardware-independent. In addition, Swiss-AS offers its customers a full package of services ranging from initial requirement studies, process analysis, through on-site support, user training, data migration, audits to system customizations, interface programming, 24h/7d support, etc. 



After many years in business, Swiss AviationSoftware (Swiss-AS) has succeeded in offering the market a system that meets the fast changing demands of a highly dynamic industry and has attracted more than 200 customers worldwide. The number and size of customers who newly select, or continue to place their trust in AMOS, speaks for itself.

The growing “AMOS community” ranges from pure operators, major charter, regional and low-cost carriers up to large airline groups and MRO providers – a proof that AMOS is fit for any environment, regardless of size or geographical origin. The fact that no AMOS customer has ever replaced AMOS by another system speaks for itself.

The large community of expert users with their in-field experience has fundamentally contributed to the making of AMOS. Jointly working with our customers and being passionately committed to their needs allowed Swiss-AS to grow AMOS into a mature, proven, internationally renowned, high-quality system. The long-term success spurs us on to continuously develop new features, concepts, and value-added service packages for our customers.

The current focus of Swiss-AS is to assist the large circle of AMOS customers to shape and accelerate their digital transformation process while promoting all necessary initiatives that will bridge the digital gaps in the MRO process landscape.

  • Company:Lufthansa Technik
  • Stand:34
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Lufthansa Technik is the leading provider of aircraft maintenance, repair, overhaul and modification services for civil aircraft, from commercial to VIP and special mission aircraft. As the holder of international licenses for maintenance, design and production, we provide tailored maintenance programs, modifications, completions and conversions as well as innovative cabin products, material pooling and engine services, all seamlessly integrating with our digital fleet services offerings:

With our digital TechOps platform AVIATAR we are shaping the future of aviation by combining the driving forces of technology, data, and people. We offer manufacturer-independent technical services for a broad range of fleets. AVIATAR provides an overall platform for the aviation industry, bringing together various solutions in one place and offering digital products and services for airlines, MROs, OEMs, and lease providers. While each individual solution already offers added value as a stand-alone version, it is the interplay of these applications that provides unique benefit for the user.

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  • Company:Gamit Ltd
  • Stand:35
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Gamit was founded in 1990 and selected London Stansted Airport as its headquarters location at the time due to the expansion plans for it to become a major London International Airport. The specific aim of Gamit was and still is to supply professional and technical support to local and international MROs (Maintenance Repair Organisation), airlines, private and corporate aircraft owners.

From inception Gamit has seen a stable growth proving an upward trend year on year in profits which in turn has increased services offered to its customers worldwide, ranging from financial institutions from the United States of America to contracts with MROs as far as the Far East. The support and services Gamit offers include; consultancy, engineering project management, technical representation, engineering record audits and a stockist of aircraft spare parts supporting supply chain management requirements on both Commercial and Business Aviation aircraft platforms.

The ROAM Digital Aircraft Records online enterprise solution uses the most advanced technologies in the World to deliver the best document management solution in the aerospace market available today. ROAM is highly scalable and beneficial to any technical services department for 1 aircraft or over 1,000 aircraft. Empowering your digital transformation journey.

The key to Gamit’s growth is our ability to understand the customer’s needs and exceeding their expectations in achieving the goal. Over the years, Gamit has built a strong reputation for a professional, high quality and flexible service targeting long term relationships.

An important driver to Gamit’s success is the services provided within the VIP and Head of State area of completion projects. In recent years Gamit has been proud to support some of the world’s finest and largest projects in aviation history which has contributed to Gamit earning a strong reputation in this respect.

In 2021 Gamit merged with AMAC Aerospace to further enhance services and client support delivered to the Aviation market place, internationally.

AMAC Aerospace is a well-established MRO and Completion centre represented as a Group of Companies, headquartered in Basel, Switzerland where the focus is on business aviation aircraft completions, maintenance, IFE upgrades, engineering with minor & major STC development and CAMO to name but a few areas of business activity. AMAC Corporate Jet, based out of Zurich, provides first class services in aircraft charter, aircraft management and aircraft sales. JCB Aero deliver serial production products to all aviation sectors including interior ship sets for Airbus Helicopters (ACH) & Agusta Westland and are a worldwide renowned production facility for aircraft cabin refurbishments & innovations. AMAC Aerospace Turkey are strategically positioned in both Istanbul and Bodrum serving both Europe and Middle East markets. The Istanbul team offer support for mid-size jets with capabilities on multiple OEM’s. The Bodrum team offers MRO services to support the commercial airline sector including: line and base maintenance, component support, end of lease transitions and storage hand in hand with services offered by Gamit. AMAC Aerospace has grown to be one of the top Companies of its kind in the world, supporting some of the most astute and positively demanding organisations and has cemented its close connections to the workforce at Gamit through the merger.

  • Company:Ramco Systems
  • Stand:36 & 37
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  • Company:KeepFlying
  • Stand:38
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KeepFlying® focuses on the application of explainable AI to help Engine Asset Owners, Lessors and MROs visualize the commercial impact of their decisions before taking them using underlying Airworthiness and Maintenance data.

KeepFlying® are part of the ATA eBusiness Program and the platform will support information exchange and AI based Data wrangling (Data Integrity Enhancement using Asset specific Data Models) within the Aviation Ecosystem in compliance to ATA Spec 2500, Spec 2400 and Spec 2000 (Chapters 16, 17 and 18).

The Digital FinTwin® platform processes Engine Assets and MRO shop floor historic & dynamic airworthiness, maintenance and operational data to accurately forecast maintenance costs and value economics, cashflows, revenue potential.

The KeepFlying® Data Wrangling layer enhances data integrity against Engines and Shop Visits by consolidating and validating maintenance data through Engine Model / Type specific data pipelines from sources across scanned PDFs, MS Excel, MIS / M&E / MRO systems.


Data Wrangling Process


Using the Digital FinTwin® platform, Engine MROs can gain 10-12% on their bottom line through advanced simulations and forecasts of Engine Shop Visit Lifecycles. Engine Asset Owners / Lessors can take smarter, informed trade decisions on their assets as a factor of projected utilization, technical and operational environments through commercial simulations.


Visualizing Commercial Impact of Shop floor decisions


Engine MROs can accurately predict the lifecycle of an Engine Shop Visit before its arrival across prospecting and contracted stages to visualize the commercial implications of Capacity Management, TAT Risks, costs, profitability and mitigation solutions (e.g. outsourcing select modules for external repair, swaps, exchanges) across fleet. Budgets and slot sales projections can be run as simulations in addition to work scope predictions (module work scope levels, findings) as a factor of the Engine profile generated using proprietary algorithms.

Key features as part of the MRO edition include:

  • Engine Shop Visit Simulation, Aircraft Hangar Visit Simulation
  • Impact of Operational Parameters (TSN, CSN, TSLV, CSLV, Rating, Average Min. Thrust Derate, SFC, EGT Margin) on Workscope Levels and effort forecasting
  • Shop / Hangar Visit Cost & Profitability Forecasting
  • TAT Risk Management
  • Discrete Optimization Planner
  • Dynamic Capacity Planner


Residual Life Management & Scenario Forecasting


Engine Asset Owners and Lessors can use the KeepFlying® Engine FinTwin® Asset Owner / Lessor Edition to manage half and full life maintenance values, LLP costs and residual values, Maintenance Reserves, Direct Maintenance Costs, Redelivery risks and costs as a factor of technical and operational parameters (e.g. Engine Type, Thrust Rating, Avg. Thrust Derate, Operational Environment, EGTM Deterioration, Oil & Fuel Consumption etc.,).

Key features as part of the Asset Owner / Lessor edition include:

  1. Asset Maintenance Value Manager – Full & Half Life
  2. LLP Manager
  3. Work Scope forecasts and Cost Predictions
  4. Maintenance Reserves Manager
  5. Shop Visit Forecasts (Long Term)
  6. Redelivery Management
  7. Trade decision management (SV, Scrap / Part-Out, Lease options)


KeepFlying® can interface with most standard M&E/ MRO/ ERP systems to wrangle Data sources within and beyond the systems to enhance integrity prior to running them through the proprietary Data Models of the Digital FinTwin®.

Visit the KeepFlying® Booth 38 to setup a trial of the Digital FinTwin® and run a series of simulations against your Engine Assets/ MRO slots and visits.

KeepFlying® has its offices headquartered out of Singapore and operations running across Australia, India, UAE, UK and the USA.

Gain Commercial Insights against your Assets and Shop Visits today!



  • Company:Lufthansa Systems
  • Stand:39
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Welcome to Lufthansa Systems. Explore the world of airline IT with us: The latest innovations in the airline and aviation industry, together with trends, and the most recent developments in the market.

At Lufthansa Systems we are insiders. Real experts for digital transformation. Our company offers its more than 300 airline customers an extensive range of successful, and in many cases market-leading, solutions for the aviation industry. The innovative IT products and services in our portfolio, offer customers a wide range of economic benefits, whilst also contributing to improving efficiency and competitiveness.

In addition, Lufthansa Systems supports its customers, both within and outside the Lufthansa Group, with consulting services, using the experience it has gained in projects for airlines of every size and business model.

We offer a specific range of airline solutions. Our experts on-site will be pleased to demonstrate the advantages and enhancements of our solutions portfolio, discuss your individual needs and our future endeavors.

  • Company:Scandinavian Avionics
  • Stand:40

The SA Group provides complete turn-key solutions within avionics, electronics, training and interiors, for the international aviation and defense community. Including sales, avionics maintenance (MRO), certification (STC), design & engineering, installation, product development, production, training and consultancy services.

The SA Group is represented in 9 countries, on 14 locations in Europe, the Middle East, India and Southeast Asia. Scandinavian Avionics A/S serves as HQ of The SA Group. It was established in 1978, and is located in Billund, Denmark.

EASA Part-145 | EASA Part-21J | EASA Part-21G | EASA Part-147
FAA Part-145 | TCCA Part-145 | BCAA Part-145 | GAR Part-145 | DOT RIN N083

  • Company:Yonder
  • Stand:41
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Smarten up your documents with Yonder
Smart, fast, reliable – Yonder’s SaaS solution empowers you to take the next step in critical information management in aviation. Yonder leverages the full potential of digitalization by offering you a solution built around dynamic content rather than static documents, creating a modern, user-centric experience. As well as providing intelligent solutions for operations manuals, guidelines, regulations and standards.

The sky is not the limit: Why Yonder is a high-flying solution
Yonder brings operations manuals and aircraft manufacturers’ handbooks together in one place. The solution’s smart features ‒ including intuitive dashboards, role-specific updates and a responsive offline app ‒ make life much easier for aircrews and ground staff alike. But Yonder has many advantages for editors and authors too: as well as making it simple to cross-reference content and avoid duplicates, it offers fully-integrated approval and publication processes.

Our highlights:

 User- and task-specific information management
 Automated revision management syncing manufacturers’ and operations manuals
 Manual and compliance connectors

Dynamic content, not static documents: meeting today’s information management needs
Take the leap from PDF and leverage the full potential of what digital content is capable of. Simplify the revision management between OEM manuals (e.g. Airbus or Boeing FCOM, MEL, QRH) and your customized documentation (e.g. OM-B), and even automatically update your existing manuals (e.g. OM-C) with the newest information originating from third-party sources (e.g. Lufthansa System’s Route Manual).

From creating and publishing your documentation all the way to revising it based on your internal processes without constraint: Yonder’s SaaS solution delivers reliable, role-based information to your employees at all times. Both via web browser and the offline app that is available for tablets and smartphones.

Find the right information faster
 Powerful search function
 Content can be customized via roles and filters
 Dynamic content, not static documents

Reliable information for every situation
 Effective workflows and clever approval processes
 Personalized change updates
 No annoying duplicates

Extensive documentation management for compliance tracking
 Seamless audit trails
 Active compliance monitoring
 Wide range of reporting functions

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  • Company:TrustFlight
  • Stand:42
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TrustFlight is a software company focused on providing technology enabled products and services to the aviation industry helping organisations increase safety and efficiency. Founded in 2017 by industry experts, today TrustFlight employs over 150 people across the UK, Canada and United States.

The TrustFlight team incluses pilots, engineers, regulators and other industry experts,this expertise coupled with our in-house software design and development team ensures that regulatory compliance is at the very heart of our software.

TrustFlight’s services are split between digital workflow applications and technology-led outsourced services. These services are provided to over 300 organisations around the world including airlines, maintenance providers, regulators, airports and training facilities:

Electronic Tech Log

TrustFlight’s Tech Log is an iPad-based application designed to replace an aircraft technical and journey logbook. With a strong focus on design and usability, the Tech Log reduces errors, enables a real-time view of aircraft status and defects, and helps increase compliance with smart workflows such as for MEL deferrals.

The Tech Log easily integrates with existing scheduling and M&E systems in addition to APIs that allow for reporting and analytics in areas such as component reliability and aircraft availability.


Centrik is a complete Operational Management System designed for aviation organisations. Consisting of SMS, Risk, QMS, Workflow, Meeting, Documents & Training modules, Centrik makes compliance easy. The system provides an integrated solution for SMS/QMSand much more. Centrik provides a simple intuitive software solution delivering increased organisational oversight.

MEL Manager

TrustFlight’s MEL Manager is an end-to-end tool designed to easily create and manage aircraft Minimum Equipment Lists. The cloud-based service features a library of template MELs which are regularly updated alongside workflows for easily creating initial MELs and processing revisions.

The MELs produced are automatically formatted and can be exported as a PDF and digital MEL into the Tech Log. MEL Manager reduces the time taken to create new MELs from days to a matter of hours and provides a simple way to modify MELs, speed up approvals and ensure compliance with revisions.

Digital Engine Log

The TrustFlight Digital Engine Log provides digital solution to manage engine fleets. Designed to specifically manage the whole-life records of engines, the Digital Engine Log ensures all teams have access to accurate data to support decision making and compliance activities.

With integrations into common M&E and MRO systems, and data validation against independent sources, the Digital Engine Log provides a significant reduction in engine offboarding and onboarding time from weeks to days, whilst also ensuring records are complete and compliant.

Continuing Airworthiness Services

TrustFlight’s Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) services provide full technical support for fleets around the world. Technical expertise combined with efficient, technology-led processes and a partnership approach provide a low risk and cost-effective solution to managing the ongoing airworthiness of your fleet. Utilising scale benefits and technology, TrustFlight is able to deliver high levels of aircraft availability and cost-efficiency compared to typical in-house teams.

AOC Services

TrustFlight’s Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) Services provides tailored solutions to operators for starting up new operations, gaining additional approvals or maintaining existing manuals and approvals. With a team of over 50 consultants around the world, AOC services provides a cost-effective way to manage processes and manuals leveraging the broad experience of TrustFlight’s team alongside industry leading XML-based authoring software to maximise efficiency and compliance.

Interested in knowing more?

Stop by Booth 42 to learn how using TrustFlight’s comprehensive suite of integrated solutions can help your company become truly operationally efficient, which will result in consequent time and cost savings.

Contact Us – Email us at or call us at +44 (0) 330 229 0219 / +1 (844) 784-9836

  • Company:StorkJet
  • Stand:43
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StorkJet is the market leader in aircraft performance and fuel efficiency based on Artificial Intelligence. We are the only company on the market that provides the full scope of fuel efficiency solutions for all aircraft types. Regardless if you fly Boeings, Airbuses, Embraers, ATRs, Bombardiers, or if you have a mixed fleet, with StorkJet, you will have one partner for all of your fuel efficiency needs:

– FuelPro – a fuel efficiency dashboard that helps to save fuel within 44 initiatives from all phases of the flight
– FlyGuide – an EFB app for pilots with: Fuel Briefing to prepare for the flight, Flight Profile Optimization to save on climb, cruise, and descent and feedback after the flight to educate and improve
– AdvancedAPM – Aircraft Performance Monitoring software for precise fuel planning
– IDLE Factor to optimize descent

With most precise fuel burn prediction models on the market, powered fully by AI technology we have optimized over 5 million flights across various aircraft types, saving our clients over 60 million dollars and reducing CO2 emissions by 168 thousand tons in 2022.

  • Company:Seabury Solutions
  • Stand:44
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Aerospace & Defense Leading Enterprise Software


Seabury Solutions was established in 2002 and forms part of Seabury Capital. Since then, we have been delivering leading IT solutions to enhance the operational and financial performance of some of the world’s largest enterprises. Utilizing decades’ of technological expertise in-house, we have leveraged this knowledge into a suite of products that enhance the decision making process for Asset Management, MROs/M&E, Regulatory Compliance, Safety Oversight & Performance Analysis.


We have served more 100+ customers ranging from some of the largest corporations in the world down to the smallest operators in 45+ Countries. Our main goal is to build strong and long-lasting customer relationships. We operate from 12 Countries including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Germany, Indonesia, Ireland, Kenya, Korea, Netherlands, Philippines, South Africa, and the USA.

  • Company:Avionics Support Group
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Avionics Support Group, Inc. (ASG) is a private veteran-owned Florida corporation, based in Miami and founded in 1996. We have both FAA DER and DAR as principals of the company. ASG is the leading provider of Electronic Flight Bag (EFB)mounting and powering solutions. We have designed and manufactured EFB mounts for all aircraft models, and cradles for every tablet PC and/or legacy EFB for all class applications. Our new revolutionary Quick Release Case with its interchangeable bezel system is providing a new cost-effective alternative to traditional EFB cases. We specialize in aircraft avionics systems integration, engineering, certification and installation technical support offering a multitude of FAA and EASA STC’s. ASG offers Iridium and Inmarsat SATCOM communications solutions, on-board global Wi-Fi connectivity and an Ethernet power adapter as an economical alternative to Wi-Fi. We provide engineering consulting for CPDLC, ADS-B and FANS solutions/consulting. ASG operates an AS9100D/FAA approved PMA manufacturing facility providing customers with installation kits, laser marked wire & fiber optic harnesses, rack and junction box manufacturing.

  • Company:DextraData
  • Stand:46
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Logipad is simple and smart

Logipad is an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) and Electronic Flight Folder (EFF) solution designed to make flight management simple, fast and smart for pilots, crew and ground staff alike.
No matter what kind of device you prefer, Logipad guarantees flexible and scalable information handling both on the ground and in the air on mobile and mounted devices.
Role-based management helps you ensure the provision of all relevant data to the right user group. Weather charts, forms or manuals, Logipad replaces paper-based information and keeps it up to date.
The ground process, which deploys all sent data to connected devices, is standardized and meets the requirements set out by the FAA and the EASA in the AC120-76B and NPA 2012-02 (former TGL-36) documentation.
– EBriefing/EFF – Automatizes processes and supports the handling of briefings in the right way
– Documentation – Easy documentation, bookmarking and annotations for various file formats
– eForms – Simply enables flight crews to retrieve, complete and submit forms, such as safety or cabin reports
– Full Text Search (FTS) – Easy to use search function. Don’t search, find!
– Compliance Reports – Simply track all document synchronization tasks and be informed about the current status
– Role-Based Management – Not everything is important for everyone. Each role is given the right information.
– Release Management – Better safe than sorry: A testing stage ensures the correctness of provided content.

Our clients include Aerologic, Air Astana, CHC Helicopter, Ethiopian Airlines, Everts Air, JetAviation, Marathon Airlines, Presidential Flight, Saudi Royal Fleet and Virgin Atlantic Airways, FlyArystan.
The company behind Logipad DextraData, an IT consulting company and independent software vendor located in Ruhr Valley, Germany is the company behind Logipad. The Essen-based specialists for digitalization have understood the potential of the solution. Initially, Logipad was developed in 2002. Since then, Logipad has been further advanced and improved as a valuable solution for the aircraft industry. Since that point, Logipad was provided to airlines as an Electronic Flight Bag solution.

For more info visit their website



  • Company:SITA
  • Stand:47
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SITA is the air transport industry’s IT provider, delivering solutions for airlines, airports, aircraft and governments. Our technology powers more seamless, safe and sustainable air travel.

With around 2,500 customers, SITA’s solutions drive operational efficiencies at more than 1,000 airports while delivering the promise of the connected aircraft to customers of 18,000 aircraft globally.

SITA also provides technology solutions that help more than 70 governments strike the balance of secure borders and seamless travel. Our communications network connects every corner of the globe and bridges 60% of the air transport community’s data exchange.

SITA doesn’t just connect the global aviation industry. We apply decades of experience and expertise to address almost every core business, operational, baggage, and passenger process in air transport.

SITA is a certified CarbonNeutral® company in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol – the leading global standard for carbon neutral programs. We are reducing our greenhouse gas emissions for all our operations through our UN recognized Planet+ program, while also developing solutions to help the aviation industry meet its carbon reduction objectives, including reduced fuel burn and greater operational efficiencies at the airport.

SITA is 100% owned by the industry and driven by its needs. It is one of the most internationally diverse companies, providing services in over 200 countries and territories.

  • Company:EmpowerMX
  • Stand:48
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EmpowerMX’s cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions are used by the world’s leading airlines, MROs, and OEMs to more efficiently plan, execute, and optimize heavy maintenance, line maintenance, materials management, shops activities and component overhaul. Our software drives ROI and transformative efficiency gains by shortening maintenance turn-around times (TAT), increasing aircraft availability, and lowering cost per available seat mile (CASM) by improving workforce utilization, eliminating unproductive workflows, providing real-time visibility into task completion and aircraft status, and digitizing and automating historically paper-based processes and documentation.

Come by our stand to talk about EmpowerMX’s industry unique 10% Efficiency GUARANTEE and let us calculate your associated project ROI which almost always exceeds 500%.

  • Company:Flatirons Solutions
  • Stand:49
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As the leader in technical content and maintenance workflow management for the aerospace industry, our mission is to provide innovative Operational and Technical Content Management Solutions that ensure the safety, compliance, and efficiency of operations for our customers—airlines, MROs, and OEM manufacturers.

We’ve set out to vastly improve how aircraft get serviced by providing a technical content and maintenance task management solution that maximizes aircraft utilization, automates tasks, improves communications, increases the productivity of operators, technicians, and mechanics, and lowers operating costs for airlines and manufacturers.

For over 25 years, we have supported and met our customers’ needs by continuously developing, evolving, and delivering technical content management solutions. Our world-class Flatirons platform is utilized by many of the largest global airlines and the top three aircraft engine OEMs as we help them produce, revise, and deliver content to make task performers more efficient.

We help our clients & partners solve complex information management issues. In the highly regulated aviation and aerospace industry, everything must be documented and follow a concrete structure. Our Flatirons platform helps our clients manage both S1000D, ATA iSpec2200, and Flight Operations specifications.

Trusted by the world’s largest airlines and manufacturers, our platform combines best-of-breed technology with trusted domain expertise from mission-critical sectors like aviation manufacturing, airline operations, and defence operations. We are all about helping customers worldwide realize the value of their content in driving higher worker productivity, tighter compliance with regulations and industry best practices, and improved operational efficiency.

  • Company:REDiFLY
  • Stand:50
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REDiFly is an independent software provider that serves the aviation industry. The focus of our solutions is the REDiFly Electronic Tech Log (ETL) and REDiFly Flight Operations Suite. We work closely with our customers to ensure they get the best support and software configuration that suits them. Our customers include air operators in commercial, cargo, business and private aviation. Both the REDiFly Electronic Tech Log and REDiFly Flight Ops are compatible with iOS, Windows, and Android devices.  At REDiFly we collaborate with our clients to streamline daily operations and increase efficiency through our specialised software solutions.

REDiFly Electronic Tech Log

Our Electronic Tech Log helps airlines record and monitor their data while allowing for real-time updates from the flight deck to the hangar. The ETL achieves this by adopting real-time fleet status monitoring and using analytics to implement predictive maintenance. The REDiFly Electronic Tech Log accelerates the transition from a reporting air operator to a data driven air operator.

REDiFly Flight Operation Suite

The Flight Ops software suite includes modules for Dispatch, Scheduling, Crew Management, Training and more to give airlines more control over their operations. REDiFly Flight Ops is a digital platform allowing the various departments within the air operator’s ecosystem to access and input data anywhere at any time.

Flight Ops offers a centralised and easily accessible database for all critical business information, optimising operational efficiency across all departments. With compatibility across all devices and common browsers, our software is fully customisable to meet each client’s unique needs. Our focus on compliance with IOSA and IASA requirements ensures that operations are optimised for maximum efficiency and safety.


Our Library app allows for airline employees to receive important company updates and create documents while on the move. Accessible and convenient, this app keeps all relevant documents stored digitally which can be downloaded and read offline. A useful tool for all employees to keep up to date with the latest company news.

Crew Planner
Our Crew planner app allows crew to have instant access to their working schedule. Crew can also request leave and days off from the app. More importantly, the crew can view trip details and layover information to help them better prepare for their journey. Duty changes can be viewed and accepted in the app, notifying all relevant departments. Modern in its design and functionality the Planner app gives your crew the essential tools for convenience and necessity.

We understand changing software in aviation can be daunting, but we are committed to getting you over the finish line with our continued support and training including free trials and guided implementation. Additionally, all our software integrates with existing operating systems and devices allowing air operators to stay data-driven and digitally connected.
Come and join us on the day for a free demo of our products’ capabilities and check out the REDiFly merchandise as well as indulge in some edible delights.

  • Company:PIVOT
  • Stand:51
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Company Description:
PIVOT is the world leader in portable, protective electronic flight bag (EFB) cases and mounting solutions. PIVOT products are designed by pilots with decades of experience to enhance EFB function and user interaction, while increasing device protection and flexibility. PIVOT cases are designed specifically for every supported EFB device to interface with its universal mounting system, providing operators with the only future-proof solution on the market.
PIVOT cases and mounting solutions provide unmatched user functionality paired with unsurpassed protection and security.

Product and Services:
EFB & Tablet Cases, Long-Term Removable Mounts (LTRM), EFB & Tablet Mounts, Leg Straps, Kneeboards, Suction Cup Mounts, Adapter Kits. We also offer custom design services, parts and accessories for iPad and other devices, flight bags and other accessories and flight deck tablet charging solutions.

  • Company:Omega Airline Software
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Omega Airline Software was founded in 1991 and is the sole provider of the Ames software. For more than 30 years, Omega has been developing a smarter way to increase marketable aircrafts to flight operations and marketing while maintaining compliance with regulatory and engineering mandates all within a reliable maintenance planning and scheduling environment.

Ames is an effective and efficient aircraft maintenance planning and scheduling tool that will facilitate decision making in aviation maintenance planning. Ames can optimize several fleets at once, providing more aircrafts in the sky for increased revenue of aircraft organizations. Customers consist of international, national, regional, and charter/business operators and include equipment from Airbus, BOEING, Bombardier, among several others.

  • Company:Airbus
  • Stand:53
  • Company:2024 Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference EMEA
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  • Company:Smart4Aviation
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Smart4Aviation is the global provider of Operational Solutions to the Airline Industry. The company founded to provide web-based products and services to optimize, simplify and improve airline operations. The company is committed to the delivery of high-quality, cost-effective, state-of-the-art solutions and development processes.

In Smart4Aviation’s product portfolio you can find the following solutions:
– Load Planning, Weight & Balance, Payload Management,
– EFB & Mobile solutions for Pilots and Cabin Crew,
– Communication & Alerting,
– Real Time Flight Tracking,
– Pilot & Cabin Crew Briefing,
– Weather Station & NOTAMs Management,
– Document Management & e-Reporting,
– Flight Planning.

  • Company:AVTECH
  • Stand:56
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  • Company:Flygprestanda Performance Engineering
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With more than 50 years of passion for aviation safety Flygprestanda develops and provides EFB solutions for Aircraft Performance and M&B as well as an Airport Obstacle Database for flight operators across the globe.

Guru2 – Aircraft Performance and M&B calculator

The easy to use Guru2 ensures safe flights, minimises engine wear, maximises take off weight and makes administration straightforward for 300+ aircraft types. Designed for use on iPad or Windows tablets as an app, or directly in your web browser. Includes an Airport database with Obstacles, Notams and Engine out procedures. Integrates with major EFB platforms and Flight planners.

DAD – Dynamic Airport Databse

Spanning 10 000+ airports worldwide, Flygprestanda’s Airport Database includes obstacle data, NOTAMs and engine out procedures. Flygprestanda’s airport data is trusted across the globe and updated with every AIRAC-cycle. The DAD is available as part of the Guru2, but is also compatible with OEM Aircraft performance software from e.g. Embraer, Boeing and Airbus.

  • Company:Rusada
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Rusada is a leading provider of aviation software with over 35 years of experience in the industry. Its ENVISION software manages over 2,000 fixed and rotary wing aircraft for 150 operators, maintainers, and manufacturers in 45+ countries. With its headquarters in Switzerland and offices in the USA, Canada, UK, UAE, India, Singapore, and Australia, Rusada provides global support for a global industry.

Specialising in the management of airworthiness, maintenance, and flight operations, ENVISION is developed solely for aviation. Its modern, web-based platform features a suite of integrated modules, enhanced by a series of native mobile apps. ENVISION’s easy-to-use interface provides users with clear, actionable information, enabling processes to be carried out quickly and efficiently, and all without the need for paper or spreadsheets.

  • Company:SeaTec
  • Stand:59
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SeaTec Consulting Inc. serves the Aerospace, Defense and Transportation industries with three distinct and complementary capabilities – Engineering, Digital and Consulting. Our client list includes original equipment manufacturers (OEMs); global and regional airlines; cargo carriers; suppliers; maintenance, repair and overhaul (MROs); flight departments; defense organizations and advanced air mobility (AAM)

SeaTec Engineering supports our clients with services which include engineering & configuration control, maintenance & reliability program, technical services, technical publications & work instructions, records management, and aircraft systems integration, test & engineering (SEIT).
SeaTec Digital collaborates with clients to deliver complex, mission-critical technology programs and system integration projects that drive innovation and improve operations. SeaTec Software – a portfolio of cloud/SaaS solutions spanning Electrical, Warranty, Asset Transfers, Maintenance Programs, Reliability and Work Instructions – solve industry and customer-specific business requirements.

Our Consulting team enables our clients to develop and then realize their vision by overcoming business, operational, technical and technology challenges. We focus on aerospace operations, supply chain, safety, quality, compliance, program leadership, and enabling/unlocking technology. We have undertaken and advised on process and data mapping, process reviews, process re-engineering, M&E system selection, M&E system integration and software development for OEMs, airlines, and the U.S. military.

In October of 2022, SeaTec Consulting Inc acquired Aerosoft Systems Inc. The combined companies will provide specialized services, best of breed, built for purpose solutions and, choice and flexibility for our customers.

Aerosoft Systems Inc. (AeroSoft) specialises in M&E systems for commercial aviation. AeroSoft stands out as it offers three distinct products to service the MRO/M&E community: DigiMAINT NG and WebPMI MRO Solutions, as well as DigiDOC, an industry leading digital Content Management System (CMS). This distinguishes AeroSoft from single-product suppliers such as “CMS” and “MRO.” We have experience with classic and modern MRO/M&E based on relational database structures, as well as iSPEC2200, S1000D based on SGML and XML. AeroSoft makes use of critical interaction points between MRO and CMS, such as “Job Cards” and “Maintenance Programs,” as well as other “grey areas,” to ensure the most effective data management and regulatory compliance. Content from the past that is stored in proprietary structures, as well as airlines that want to go completely digital can use PDF in conjunction with current structured content in XML to provide effective migration paths. We look forward to helping you solve your toughest business problems.

  • Company:Trekea Mobile
  • Stand:59
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Trekea Mobile is a leading technology company providing a broad range of digital solutions for front-line workers to do their jobs better. The deep field and industrial experience as well as expertise of our engineers, software team, and quality professional services delivery personnel allows us to create the best procedural and guidance solutions.

With FIELDLOGS®, we provide a revolutionary task card digitization solution supporting electronic signatures.
Our platform delivers a step change in optimization, compliance, and quality improvements for airline or MRO operations in airframe, components, and engine services.
– Edit & optimize task cards for truly digital operations, with powerful OEM revision management
– Integrate with top ERP vendors for work scope management and their execution
– Leverage the digitization of task cards and enable a wide range of data capture and fusion in operational context. This includes measurements capture, sensor interfaces, business data, conditional task card step sequencing, or step-based API user exit programming.
Note that the platform natively supports/integrates with ATA2200 and S1000D manual standards.

Feel free to pass by our booth to get a live product demo or discuss around industry trends.

  • Company:Air Support
  • Stand:60
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Today we support 500+ aviation operators worldwide with flight planning and tracking software solutions.

AIR SUPPORT is a private software company founded in 1989. Our headquarters are located at Billund Airport, with our Research and Development department in Odense, Denmark. Though the company originates from Denmark, we also have regional representatives in France and USA.

AIR SUPPORT is best known for:

PPS Flight Planning
CrewBriefing App
OpsControl | Flight Watch | Weather Watch
Postflight data and statistics
24/7 customer support – best in class customer support
and offering integration with more than 50 scheduling-, EFB- and maintenance systems, etc.

In fact, AIR SUPPORT provides software solutions in more than 90 countries globally. “PPS” is the preferred flight planning provider within European Regional Airlines (ERA).

This is what our users say about our software:

“We spend less time on the flight planning process and minimize the risk of making mistakes in procedures. “
“PPS is a very intuitive planning tool.”
“With the cost-optimization tool, we do not only save time but also money in the planning process.”
“We experience significant improvements in the production speed.”
“PPS is a user-friendly system that easily integrates with many of our existing systems.”
“We have unlimited access to databases and user-defined settings.”
“After the pandemic, we were surprised that the price continued to be low” and that the development of the system continues now even at a higher pace.
Innovation Strategy

Annually AIR SUPPORT invests more than 22% of the company’s turnover in research and development for preparing tomorrows solutions to the standard and requirements of flight operations world wide.


  • Company:OffBlock GmbH
  • Stand:61
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OffBlock GmbH, based in Crailsheim, Germany, is dedicated to innovative software solutions for the crew management sector. Since its founding in 2018, the start-up has very quickly developed into a 21-strong team behind the brand. On the B2B side, the company offers a cloud-based add-on solution for airline crew management systems. On the B2C side, the portfolio includes an interactive all-in-one app that bundles flight crew communication, including roster management, on one platform.
The OffBlock app is also a complete digital pilot logbook.

  • Company:OASES
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OASES (Open Aviation Strategic Engineering System) is the all-in-one software for airworthiness maintenance control, meeting strict regulatory requirements. OASES is a web-based platform featuring a suite of integrated modules, enhanced by a mobile app. Modules include: Continuing Airworthiness, Planning, Production, Line Maintenance, Maintenance Control, Customs Tracking, Commercial Management, Material Management and Warranty Management.

It enables airlines, fixed wing and rotary operators, MROs, and CAMOs to increase efficiencies in the management and monitoring of every procedure or intervention.

OASES is used by 130 aviation organisations – national carriers, large third-party maintenance providers, and independent operators – and supported in 55 countries across 6 continents. Commsoft is an Aspire Software company, part of the Valsoft Corporation portfolio.