Digital records management to provide operational efficiency gains
Royal Air Maroc selected GE Aviation's Digital Solutions business for AirVault Records Management System for its fleet of more than 55 Boeing 737, 767, 787, 747, ATR and Embraer E-190 aircraft.
"These new digital technologies will enable deeper integration of digital records management so Royal Air Maroc can better manage their operations as its fleet continues to grow," said Adam Ward, sales executive for GE Aviation. "The system provides a global storage service for digital document management connecting the airline's internal maintenance operations and suppliers for improved operational efficiencies to meet the regulatory requirements of the aviation industry."
"The implementation of AirVault digital records management is part of the global digitalization program of the maintenance department at Royal Air Maroc," said M. Adil Jalali, VP of Maintenance & Engineering for Royal Air Maroc. "We look forward to realizing greater operational efficiency throughout the process."
The AirVault Records Management System will be a mission-critical, cloud-based electronic document management system designed to manage the digital content and bi-directional processes of aircraft maintenance records for the world's largest airlines.
This agreement expands the historic engines relationship between GE Aviation and Royal Air Maroc to support the airlines digital transformation.
Headquartered in Casablanca, Royal Air Maroc operates a young fleet of aircraft to more than 90 destinations in Europe, North America, South America, Africa and the Middle East.