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How Air Transport International Enhanced Aircraft Fleet Maintenance Efficiency with Veryon Defect Analysis

How Air Transport International Enhanced Aircraft Fleet Maintenance Efficiency with Veryon Defect Analysis

Air Transport International (ATI) operates a fleet of 46 Boeing 767 freighters and four unique Boeing 757-200 Combis, which accommodate 46 passengers at the rear of the aircraft while carrying freight in the front. ATI has the only Boeing 757-200 Combi fleet in the world. In addition to ATI’s regular freight operations, they also undertake charter work worldwide. This unique operation spans the globe and requires meticulous maintenance and monitoring.

Eddie Schultz, the Aircraft Fleet Programs Manager at ATI, sat down with us to discuss the changes he experienced in their day-to-day operation at ATI after implementing Veryon Defect Analysis.

About the customer

ATI is a charter airline operating out of Wilmington, Ohio. They operate worldwide cargo charters and combi charters for the express package industry and freight forwarders, as well as for the United States Department of Defense.