Comply365’s mobile platform will enable Asia Pacific Airlines to better manage and deliver mission-critical content to its flight crews.
Asia Pacific Airlines, headquartered in Guam, specializes in air cargo services throughout the Pacific region, often delivering critical supplies and relief efforts during times of crisis with a fleet of Boeing 757s. The all-cargo jet service needed a better way to manage and update its operational manuals and track compliance in its EFB (Electronic Flight Bag).
“We serve many small island nations where the remote locations create unique challenges for air cargo transportation, and we needed a reliable solution that would bring more sophistication and efficiency to our EFB,” said Adam Ferguson, President at Asia Pacific Airlines. “Comply365 will reduce our manual processes, enabling us to better manage and deliver the information our crews need and seamlessly track our read and signs.”
Using Comply365’s app, crew members will be able to review their most up-to-date operational content more accurately and quickly, even in remote locations. The cargo carrier also will be able to deliver content and personalized notifications based on roles and locations and drive higher rates of compliance with reporting insights.
Asia Pacific Airlines joins multiple cargo airlines among Comply365’s more than 90 global customers.