Imagine a world where authors quickly and easily make changes to their own manuals and become up to 100% more efficient in the process. Imagine, in that same world, that FAA, IOSA, and other audits of your manuals take seconds instead of weeks or months.
Your airline is about to get a lot more productive
Let’s face it – the FAA has mandated you to do something that you are not good at and falls outside of your core area of business. Your manuals system is costly to maintain and becomes even more so with the inefficiencies created by doing it poorly. That’s why we created Jetstream.
Jetstream is an online manuals service where authors quickly and easily make changes to their own manuals. They don’t worry about formatting, standardization, or structure; they just focus on the content. All ATOS references are tied in, allowing authors to quickly see if their sections are affected, what the regulatory reference is, and if the same content exists in other manuals. Because of the way we manage the ATOS references, we can tie in IOSA and other reference data into your manual system as well. As authors make changes, they solicit feedback from other authors and the FAA; all communication is archived in the system for future reference. The FAA quickly approves changes, reducing the amount of time spent waiting for them to approve a revision. When it comes time for FAA audits, they take literally seconds instead of weeks or months. For SMS, easily track hazards, address them in your manuals, and quickly show corrective actions taken. At the end of the day, we make the manuals process incredibly simple and cost effective so you can focus on your core area of business instead of wasting time and money wrestling with your manuals.
We continually take customer feedback and make quarterly improvements that are all included in the regular pricing. It’s so easy, you’ll wonder how you ever managed before Jetstream. Call today for an online demo.
Don’t think your whole airline is ready to switch all at once? Call for a demo for your department or even just your specific manuals. Once your colleagues see how much extra time you have, they’ll be anxious to use it, too.