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AviationManuals develops manuals for bizav flight departments

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AviationManuals develops manuals for bizav flight departments  - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Aircraft: Airplanes

AviationManuals has launched a customized General Maintenance Manual developed specifically for Part 91 flight operations. The company's General Maintenance Manual (GMM) is delivered with ARCdocs software and iPad app, and addresses procedures for maintenance leadership and shop floor personnel. Several flight departments have already incorporated the new offering into their operations.

"A GMM is another valuable resource business aviation flight departments should consider having to help reinforce procedures, best practices and to assure an adherence to consistent standards," said company CEO Mark Baier." It helps flight departments from everything to staying on top of changing and complex operations, to helping with employee onboarding."

The GMM covers:

  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Personnel policies
  • Inspection programs
  • MEL management
  • Functional flight checks
  • Airworthiness directives
  • Tool calibration
  • Inventory control
  • Training and safety programs

Customizable 

AviationManuals' General Maintenance Manual for Part 91 operators is customizable for a wide-range of flight department sizes and can incorporate requirements tailored to individual operators. Getting started is as easy as filling out a simple form.

A GMM helps develop consistency among varying experience levels of maintenance professionals and provides procedures to help contract workers assimilate in an organization. Topics covered include inspection, maintenance and work turnover procedures; MEL management and deferral procedures; safety programs; aircraft marshaling and towing; procedures to use an outside MRO or repair center; personnel policies for maintenance personnel; duty time limits; and integration into existing Safety Management Systems. 

Clients Operate 4,500 Aircraft Around the World

AviationManuals supports a client base that operates over 4,500 aircraft worldwide, including over 60 Fortune 100 company flight departments. Based in the Washington, D.C. area, the company provides digital operations manuals with update services, as well as SMS software and iPad apps for fixed-wing, rotary-wing, drone operators, and FBOs worldwide. Founded in 1996, the company has produced thousands of manuals.

Products and services include SMS Software, Flight/Company/General Operations Manuals, International Operations/Procedures Manuals, Minimum Equipment Lists (MELs), Emergency Response Plans (ERPs), FBO Manuals and Internal Audit Programs, as well as Letters of Authorization (LOA) support for RVSM, Data Link (CPDLC / ADS-C), PBN (RNP-10 / -4, NAT HLA, B-/P-RNAV, and RNP-1), Enhanced Flight Vision Systems (EFVS), and EFBs.



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