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Air Arabia signs agreement with Vistair

Posted 12 October 2016 · Add Comment

Air Arabia has signed an agreement with Vistair, a provider of powerful e-solutions to the global commercial airline industry, to use the company's market leading e-manual system, DocuNet.

This step is part of Air Arabia's innovative approach towards using cutting-edge technologies to drive its business efficiency and customer experience. Developed in tandem with airline professionals themselves, DocuNet is designed for hyper efficiency and ease of use, evolving the flight operations document management and providing an all-round e-document solution. 

Air Arabia, which flies to over 120 routes from five global hubs in the UAE, Morocco, Egypt and Jordan will use DocuNet across its fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft.

Ian Herbert, CEO of Vistair, said: "We look forward immensely to working closely with and supporting Air Arabia to help them deliver their ambitious business aims. Over more than a decade, and in partnership with many of the world's leading commercial airlines, our DocuNet service and other aviation specialist software solutions have proved transformational to our clients, often turning complex processes into simple tasks.”

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