Owner Operator

Owner Operator

Protect and organize your aircraft logbooks and records

We professionally scan, organize and protect all your aircraft paper records with an FAA-compliant, modern SaaS platform.

Single source of truth


No more “box diving” with paper records to find something. Your Bluetail registry is a single source of truth for one aircraft or a fleet that includes FAA form auto-tagging and organization. With a unified, organized registry (logbooks and categories), everyone always knows where to find the information they need, when they need it.

Mobile Phone Uploading


Effortlessly upload paper records and documents directly. RecordSnap allows aircraft maintenance personal to take a photo of the document and automatically store, convert to PDF, and make searchable in the secure Bluetail platform using their phone or tablet. 

Learn 7 reasons pilots/owners should use Bluetail

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A.I. driven tagging

MACH 2 search

MACH 2 Search helps you save hours and days from the old way of sifting through paper. Get the right answers to stakeholders, shorten records research time before starting work and crush aircraft conformity process time.


View records by timeline

Create a visual timeline of each aircraft’s history, which provides complete information in one view and is helpful for prospective buyers in the event of an aircraft sale.

Owner operator pricing

Pricing made to match your needs.


Paper records scanning

Bluetail’s onsite or local scanning services allow our customers to get all of their aircraft records digitized, organized and secured in a manner that is safe, timely and efficient.

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Collaborate and share

Easily share records or logbooks to pilots, MROs, owners and collaborators with secure sharing links. You retain control and oversight, while ensuring everyone has on-demand access to the information they need.

See a short demo on why pilots and owner operators choose Bluetail to store and search maintenance records from their smartphone

NBAA New Guidelines on Electronic Recordkeeping