Flatirons Solutions announced today that LATAM Airlines Group, the leading airline in Latin America, has selected its manufacturer-independent, content lifecycle management (CLM) solution to manage LATAM’s maintenance and engineering documentation for the group’s Boeing and Airbus fleets of more than 300 aircraft. The choice of Flatirons’ suite of products enables LATAM to meet technical documentation requirements for its existing and new-generation aircraft, including Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A350, in a single system.
LATAM is one of the largest airline groups in the world, providing passenger transport services to about 135 destinations in 22 countries and cargo services to about 144 destinations in 27 countries. It is part of the oneworld alliance, which includes other Flatirons customers such as American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, and Qantas. In August, 2012, LATAM was the first airline in the Americas to operate the Boeing 787 and is the Americas launch customer for the Airbus A350. LATAM has 30 additional Dreamliners and 27 Airbus A350s on order.
“LATAM Airlines Group is at the forefront of the airline industry, as one of the largest airlines in the world in terms of network connections and in its leadership adopting the most technically advanced, new-generation aircraft,” said Geoffrey Godet, president and CEO of Flatirons. “Flatirons is pleased to support LATAM’s continuous operations of its modern, mixed fleet with a flexible system for both Boeing and Airbus aircraft.”
Source: Flatirons Solutions
Date: Jul 2, 2014