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How Airlines Can Improve Operational Efficiency & Save Money

How Airlines Can Improve Operational Efficiency & Save Money

We explore how Veryon Fleet Management works as a powerful tool to help an airline effectively manage its aircraft and reduce operating costs. 

In a market with such fierce competition, increasing consolidation, daily change and high levels of cost-sensitivity, it’s important for an airline to closely manage its operations, from the aircraft it flies to the workforce it employs. 

Each department and its staff, including cabin crew, pilots, engineers, and management, play a pivotal role in keeping a fleet in operation and AOG (aircraft on ground) situations to a minimum. 

But how can an airline stay on top of the huge amount of data that they are required to input, update, send, and receive? And how can an IT solution that is so easily integrated into an existing business model significantly impact an airline’s success rate, finances, and operational efficiency?

Real-time data and flexibility

With new innovations and technologies available, offering up to date information and customisable solutions, it’s not surprising that the whole industry now demands real-time data and flexibility. 

Whether an airline operates a couple of single-aisle aircraft or flies a large fleet consisting of several different aircraft types from the A320 to the A380, it will benefit from a sophisticated planning tool that delivers all of the above and more. 

And Veryon Fleet Management is just that. 

We all know how important it is for data to make its way to and from the hangar safely, head office, the cockpit, and airports, and this is why Veryon has developed a solution that not only accommodates the sending and receiving of maintenance, component and operational data but also provides an operator with the tools to manage its data clearly and to a high standard. 

Indeed, an airline is one organization that cannot function – or be compliant – without having accurate logs and tailor-made solutions, giving them an overview of everything from maintenance processes and expenditure to aircraft documentation/manuals. 

This data and flexibility gives an operator the capacity to react to unplanned maintenance events, keeping its aircraft off the ground for as long as possible. 

Veryon Fleet Management not only provides an airline with the above but also has the functionality to reduce the errors and delays associated with data entry thanks to its integration with flight following systems and aircraft telemetry, such as ACARS. 

In addition, the module features a maintenance control diary that allows airlines to report aircraft information including handover reports or AOG information and a technical library that can record all documentation received and manage copyholders worldwide. 

Veryon Fleet Management is a data hub that allows a user to attach electronic documentation to records, store scanned logs against sectors, attach damage photos and reports against defects, and deliver documents against registrations. 

This consequently provides an airline with a clear overview of its operations and past events, allowing it to plan and forecast for future programs and maintenance processes, cutting operating costs and lead times.

Forecasting and planning

Certainly, Veryon Fleet Management is a popular solution for airlines; it gives them the ability to utilize complex control combinations for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for both fixed and rotary wing aircraft on civil and military programs and, through its comprehensive functions, ticks many money-saving boxes. 

Importantly, it gives users the confidence to work on forecasting scenarios for actual and planned programs to deliver accurate maintenance effectiveness comparisons. It also gives them the confidence to change aircraft programs so that airlines can compare actual dues against potential dues on a parallel planned program. 

Can you imagine being able to visualize the maintenance forecast and use it to create a maintenance plan to suit your daily operations? 

With Fleet Management, an airline can do just that. When paired with Veryon Flight Operations, planned maintenance visits are visible on the operations planning boards, giving an even more precise overview of internal processes and operations. 

Unsurprisingly, the module's maintenance program creation, revision, and approval processes were developed efficiently. 

Veryon Fleet Management also supports EASA part M with an advanced maintenance program revision system to manage approved and draft program fleet revisions. 

With quick work pack creation available to help in AOG situations, it's the ideal tool to assist operators in equipping themselves with what they need to ensure they are reducing costs and increasing the reliability of their fleets. 

In addition, Airworthiness Directive and Service Bulletin assessments are easily handled with the help of our Technical Publications functionality, which creates a task and schedules it against an aircraft or component within a fleet. 

As airlines face daily challenges, including transporting vast numbers of passengers around the world, managing and maintaining multi-million dollar fleets, and staying on top of countless overheads, it's obvious a solution that can be accessed remotely and updated anywhere in the world is an extremely attractive one.   

Not only has Veryon reacted to the industry-wide demands for real-time data, but it has also embraced the trend of planned maintenance, preventative maintenance, and forecasting through Fleet Management. 

If you’d like to reduce your business’s operating costs, contact us to learn how you can take advantage of Veryon Fleet Management.