Rusada’s ENVISION™ nGen Technology to Manage Blue Islands Maintenance Information System

GUERNSEY, CHANNEL ISLANDS, 24th October 2017. Blue Islands has selected Rusada’s Envision nGen technology to manage the maintenance and engineering requirements of its fleet of ATR 42 & 72 aircraft.

Blue Islands is a privately-owned Channel Islands based regional airline, which became a Flybe franchise partner in 2016, operating flights in Flybe branded aircraft between the Channel Islands and the UK.

Envision nGen will be used by Blue Islands to manage Continuing Airworthiness requirements as well as supporting their regulatory reporting obligations.

Ronald Janssen, Blue Islands Chief Technical Officer said “We were very impressed with the Envision nGen system and we expect that our investment will provide both an optimized framework for managing our CAMO obligations as well as a clear route to additional cost savings and business efficiencies in managing our manpower and materials.

Rusada’s CEO Julian Stourton said: “In developing Envision nGen, we set out to engineer it in such a way that it would eliminate data blindness, where users are bombarded with information that they don’t need to do anything with. Our dashboards ensure that only actionable information is being surfaced to the user while all the routine tasks and reports are working away in the background.”

About Rusada

Rusada is a global aviation software solutions company established in 1987 and headquartered in Switzerland. With operations in the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the Americas, Rusada supports 100+ major customers worldwide with software that manages more than 1,500 aircraft in 30 countries.

The company’s Envision software provides key management information and operational process control for operators, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), maintenance and repair organizations (MROs) and service organizations.

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2017-10-24T13:42:35+00:00October 24th, 2017|News|0 Comments

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