case study.
atlantic aviation.


Michael Rasch, Regional Maintenance Manager, Atlantic Aviation shares some experience using the ATP Aviation Hub™, the multi-channel point of access for all of your aircraft technical information.

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Need

The Need

The ATP Aviation Hub provides all the information needed to work on an aircraft, in a single cloud-based solution, including airframe, engine, propeller, common components (wheels, brakes, batteries, starters, heaters, air filters), and more.

Solution

The Solution

Access includes the latest and most comprehensive FAA and EASA regulations and airworthiness directives. With updates being shared within the ATP Aviation Hub within hours of release, users can rest assured that they will always have the latest and most relevant information to keep their aircraft safe and airworthy.

Result

The Results

Say goodbye to wasted time searching multiple sites and manuals for the latest information. With the ATP Aviation Hub, the most up-to-date publications for airframe, engine, propeller and components are accessed in a single and convenient portal and conveniently updated by ATP with the latest content.

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About the Customer

Atlantic Aviation

With more than 60 locations coast-to-coast, Atlantic Aviation operates the nation’s largest fixed base operator (FBO) network. The company supports its FBOs with six dedicated maintenance facilities in Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Casper, Wyo.; Deer Valley, Ariz., near Phoenix, and Sun Valley, Id., as well as two recently added Flightcraft maintenance locations in Eugene and Portland, Ore., which were acquired in July 2011.

 

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