NVable Announces Live Operation of Converge Electronic Techlog with CobaltAir
NVable announced today that CobaltAir Limited is now using the it’s Converge Electronic Techlog in live operations across the airline.
The Converge Electronic Techlog and integrated Damage Reporting, configured to CobaltAir processes, was approved by the Department of Civil Aviation in Cyprus for live operations from the beginning of February 2017.
“With the use of the ETL, we have substantial improvements in quality and efficiency. Through the digitalisation of the data we secure the transfer of error free readings on the current overall real time status of the aircraft, including all maintenance and crew activity. After only a short period from the start date using the ETL live, not a single employee wants to go back to the paper process.” George Vasilou, Maintenance Manager of Cobalt.
“It has been a pleasure to work with George and the team at Cobalt in preparation for introducing our Converge service. I would not be surprised if this had been the fastest successful implementation of an electronic techlog solution in the world. The success is a credit to the tremendous focus and effort of George working with the NVable team. This is another confirmation of the industry leading capability of our solution.” Cameron Hood, CEO of NVable.
Cobalt is a new Cypriot airline, flag carrier for the Republic of Cyprus with its principal place of business in Larnaca, Cyprus. The airline launched operations in July 2016 serving a network across the UK, Ireland, Greece and Continental Europe. Cobalt expansion plans into 2017 are to increase its fleet to 6 aircraft and its network into more cities in the UK and Europe. Moreover, will add new destinations in the Middle East, Africa and Asia to promote Larnaca International airport as a hub.
NVable is an independent software consultancy with customer satisfaction as the primary goal. The team has consistently delivered solutions where others have failed. In 2012 the aviation solutions were introduced with the Electronic Techlog as a key element. The team was involved in creating the first Electronic Techlog in the world and are experts in the field. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (141) 280-0050.