Thu, Apr 05, 2012
Fast-Flight Tracks Aircraft From Construction Through General Maintenance
Pilots and operators of GA and homebuilt airplanes have a new tool at their disposal to track information ranging from airplane construction, to maintenance and operation. Fast-Flight has designed the software specifically for the GA and homebuilt markets.
"Homebuilders will certainly benefit from being able to track all of the relevant information they need to construct, maintain, and operate their aircraft," said Andres Darvasi, president of Fast-Flight. "(The software) will provide them with a digital record ... a virtual paper trail without the paper. It will help the keep an accurate file on upcoming service requirements, components, and parts inventories, as well as a comprehensive maintenance file on their airplanes," he said.
The software is designed to improve record-keeping and store basic information. It is priced to be affordable to virtually any aircraft operator who has access to a computer, By paying a one-time registration fee of $100, and a monthly subscription fee of $19.99, operators can automatically flag inputs from the FAA, customize the software to categorize and document parts inventories, modifications, warranties, receipts, and even discrepancies from the very first day they began working on their homebuilts. Accurate records also have another positive effect ... they help homebuilders stay safe and legal.
Users may register multiple aircraft, duplicating pertinent information for making multiple copies.
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