Conduce Group is delighted to announce that Titan Airways has chosen its eTechLog8 mobile software solution as an integral element to their ongoing progress to greater digitalisation of its processes and procedures. eTechLog8 will completely replace the current paper-based aircraft technical logbooks including its deferred defect logbook and cabin logs. The Conduce eTechLog8 application will also be fully integrated into Titan’s CAMO solution – Commsoft OASES – to enable real time aircraft status data to be available 24/7.
Dave Bunker, Engineering Director, Titan Airways commented that “This is an exciting step forward for Titan as it moves toward an all Airbus fleet and looks for greater digitisation of the Airline. As an ACMI provider it is critical that the business has real time aircraft status data in order to be able to provide excellent operational service to our client base around the world. Following a review of the market for ETL solutions Conduce Group was selected due to several factors, including a proven track record with many airworthiness authorities, total integration capability with back-office systems, and a unique and intuitive interface that will both minimise training requirements but also allow for a rapid implementation and acceptance of the solution.”
Conduce MD Paul Boyd commented: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Titan Airways to the growing community of airlines that have chosen eTechLog8. The adoption of eTechLog8 allows an ACMI providers’ fleet to be totally “base” independent, operating anywhere in the world ensuring full visibility and integrity of the aircraft technical status. Implementation will commence this month with full rollout planned for mid-2020.”
About Conduce: With offices in the UK and Australia, Conduce provide robust mobile solutions for the world’s airlines. eTechLog8 is the leading ELB solution to replace paper technical log books. eTechLog8 is certified by many NAA’s, often managing multiple AOC’s. Full integration with the majority of MIS/MRO back office airline systems is standard. (www.conduce.net)
About Titan Airways: Titan Airways was originally founded in 1988 carrying car parts for the automotive industry and working with the Royal Mail. The introduction of larger aircraft increased the passenger transport work and in the early 2000’s Titan pioneered a rapid response “Go Now” sub-charter service. In 2013 Titan achieved IATA’s Operational Safety Audit, IOSA, registration and has also won several BACA Best Passenger Charter Arline Awards. (www.titan-airways.com)