Trans States Airlines, GoJet Airlines and Compass Airlines have received FAA authorisation to use Comply365’s Qual365 solution to track crew training.

The Comply365 solution tracks each crew members’ traditional and Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) training, evaluations, certifications and other qualifications needed to fly. In addition, administrators can easily add requirements, bases or even a new fleet type quickly, and Qual365 works with Comply365’s training solutions, LMS Learning Manager and AQP/EBT Learning Manager to support efficient operations.

The cloud-based Qual365 solution eliminates data re-entry, reduces potential data errors and ensures more accurate, timely information and regulatory reporting. Clients gain efficiencies in time and costs, improve operational performance and mitigate safety and regulatory risk. Airlines also avoid hefty fines and are able to provide better customer service by reducing flight delays and cancellations related to records errors in previous systems that could prohibit a crew from flying.

For Trans States Airlines, GoJet Airlines and Compass Airlines, this means Qual365 will help to ensure the compliance of over 3,000 pilots and flight attendants to federal and company standards.

“With our old paper-based process, keeping track of crew training and the necessary communication and coordination with HR, Scheduling and Dispatch often took days. With Qual365 this now takes minutes. This critical solution closes the loop for us, giving us an integrated, streamlined, efficient, end-to-end solution that ensures compliance and helps our daily operations run so much more smoothly,” explained Michael Reed, Manager of Technical Compliance at Trans States Airlines.

“The Comply365 team provided digital expertise as we reimagined our processes and worked to transition to a fully digital process. We can already see even more operational and compliance benefits from adding Comply365’s solutions to our operations,” Reed added.

“We are excited to be a part of this milestone authorisation for these airlines,” commented Comply365's CEO and Co-Founder, Kerry Frank. “It has been terrific to help them fully leverage digital technologies and bring so much more efficiency to their operations. To gain FAA approval, it was imperative to skillfully migrate qualification data going back to the 1990s into Qual365, so it’s been great to partner with such forward-thinking clients throughout a rigorous approval process and see the immediate impacts to daily operations.”