Avtrak expands mx tracking

NBAA Convention News » 2010
October 13, 2010, 9:50 AM

Avtrak and Midcoast Aviation have reached an agreement by which Avtrak will provide technology that will automate the information flow through Midcoast Aviation’s MRO processes, said Dennis Steinbeck, v-p of business development for Littleton, Colo.-based Avtrak. More details about the agreement are to be announced by Avtrak (Booth No. 2137) here. Midcoast is part of Jet Aviation, which is owned by General Dynamics, parent company of Gulfstream Aerospace, which uses Avtrak to power maintenance tracking for Gulfstream owners and operators.

“One of our primary goals at NBAA this year is to demonstrate and highlight the continued expansion of our technical publications portal,” Steinbeck said. “We have spent a significant amount of time and money enhancing this area of the system, which allows customers to generate maintenance work instructions for a single task, or a group of tasks, easily and efficiently.”

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