Conduce Group is pleased to announce that Thomas Cook Group Airlines has commenced the live operation of its eTechLog8 software solution. Following an extensive market evaluation and selection process the airline chose the Conduce next generation eTechLog8 software as its preferred solution for the whole of the Thomas Cook Group Airlines. eTechLog8 is an aircraft centric application that fully eliminates the paper Aircraft Technical Log, Deferred Defect Log and Cabin Defect Log. This Windows 10 native application can be routinely used offline, only requiring an internet connection to transmit data when appropriate. A fully functioning web application back end (eCentral8) is used to configure the system and monitor/manage all journey log data, defects and defect actions, and all associated line maintenance activities for the fleet.
Adoption of the eTechLog8 solution brings many benefits to the airline including significantly increased data accuracy, more immediate access to the data across the business, and with full auto-ingestion of data into their Swiss-AS AMOS system MAINTROL have a real-time view of the fleet at all times.
Geir Steiro, Maintenance Director for Thomas Cook Airlines said: “The Conduce product offers us with the ability to adopt a single solution across the whole business as well as a single set of processes and procedures for the Group. eTechLog8 will provide us with significant improvements in data integrity and accuracy as well as near real time visibility of data through the direct integration into the Swiss-AS AMOS software.
“This means that we will be able to increase the accuracy of data and enable important information to be shared much quicker across the Group.”
“Having a real-time view of our fleet at all times will ultimately ensure that we can plan a more efficient operation, helping to ensure that our customers are able to travel to their destination safely and enjoy the holiday they deserve.”
Paul Boyd, Managing Director for Conduce Group Limited, stated that “Thomas Cook Group Airlines was one of the very first airlines to fully adopt ETL back in 2006, and can now look toward leveraging the benefits of eTechLog8 across the whole fleet. The two-way integration with their Swiss-AS AMOS system was a key requirement for the airline. Conduce have successfully integrated into TRAX, Aerdata STREAM, Commsoft OASES and others, making eTechLog8 the most “integrated” solution currently on the market.”