Posted on: 08 March 2011 by Ross McSweeny
Vistair has been chosen by easyJet to provide a full web-based safety reporting and management system, making it one of Europe’s first airlines to adopt Vistair’s newly developed web-based Quality Management system add-on, that could cut the airline’s quality management process time by 60%.
Director of safety at easyJet, Dave Prior, commented, “You need smart data handling systems and you need instant access to those data. The Vistair web-based system will enhance our ability to process safety reports rapidly and cost effectively.”
According to Vistair’s founding managing director, Ian Herbert, “Just like our other clients, both airlines and airports, easyJet will see a dual benefit from this new contract. They will save massive amounts of processing time through automation and reduce the delay between a report being submitted and being processed.
“easyJet’s compliance monitoring system will be supported, while the airline’s overall delivery of safety will be enhanced through more efficient and flexible data processing,” added Herbert.
Vistair’s services are geared to its web-based “Touch” system, enabling any airline or airport nominated staff to log onto services via a single sign-on (SSO) to publish, manage, and track mandatory notices – requiring no special training.