AviationManuals is forming a slew of partnerships with key players in the aviation industry to improve and expand its services, the company announced Tuesday at NBAA-BACE. Earlier this year, AviationManuals partnered with the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA), flight training specialist Scott International Procedures (IPC), the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry (IOMAR), and numerous support service vendors.
In its latest partnership, AviationManuals (Booth 1378) has teamed up with Starr Insurance (Booth 3014) to “help their operators get better coverage and maybe sometimes even reduce insurance premiums,” said Clement Meersseman, v-p of strategic partnerships at AviationManuals. “Starr Insurance is one of the largest insurance companies out there, and they’ve recognized that engaging in this type of safety management process is a real benefit for operators.”
AviationManuals provides procedure development services in the form of guides and manuals for safety management systems, international procedures, flight operations, and emergency response plans—”essentially, all the procedures that you would need to have in place to safely and successfully run your flight operation,” Meersseman told AIN. Clients of AviationManuals can also use the company’s software to do risk assessments, conduct audits, and report incidents that deviate from its procedures.
“The establishment of these partnerships demonstrates AviationManuals’ continued commitment to providing the best experience for our clients on their path to improving their operations,” said AviationManuals CEO Mark Baier. “We want to make improving safety convenient for operators and regulators.”