It’s a tedious and time-consuming task that’s teeming with opportunities for even the most experienced auditor to make mistakes. In an effort to save time and increase the level of the accuracy of their audits, leading safety certification companies cite aircraft records digitization as a key component in efficient safety certification.
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So why -- given the extraordinary importance of aircraft records and today’s modern digital age where anything and everything else has moved to the cloud -- are the majority of aircraft records still maintained on paper? Well, in a word, inertia.
Bluetail announces the introduction of Mach Automation and other upgrades to its popular Mach Search engine Business Process Automation and MACH Search enhancements will enable business and private aircraft owners and operators to onboard aircraft maintenance records in minutes and find important data contained in thousands of records in seconds. Bluetail announced two significant capability […]
Bluetail Raises $2.1 Million Series A to Solve Paper-to-Digital Pains of Modern Aircraft Records Management SaaS Venture Capital firm, Brookstone Partners, backs industry-leading platform to modernize aircraft records management for business and general aviation aircraft. Bluetail, announced today that the company had recently closed over $2.1M in Series A investment. The successful Venture Capital funding […]
Bluetail Announces over $1B worth of business and general aviation aircraft within its modern digital records platform Bluetail, the leading business and private aviation aircraft records platform, today announced that with the company’s latest customer additions, it now manages back-to-birth aircraft records for over $1B in aircraft value. In addition, Bluetail also disclosed that it recently […]
Too bad, so many aircraft owners haven’t caught on to that little trick. When someone sets out to buy an airplane they’ll ask how many hours are on it? What avionics does it have? What condition is the paint and interior in? When was the last engine overhaul/inspection? Pretty much everything but how correct and complete are the logbooks and records?
So, it just stands to reason that when Bluetail celebrated its first anniversary - which by the way, coincides with Lucky Lindy’s trip - with the introduction of the aviation industry’s newest and most powerful digital records search and automation tool, it appropriately named that revolutionary new capability: MACH Search.
While the FAR does give guidance on the ingredients that make up your FAA logs, like many fast-food burgers, how those records are finished off is up to you. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. Why? Well, like building a great burger, there’s really no wrong answer when it comes to how to fill out your logbooks.
Bluetail Celebrates its First Anniversary with the Introduction of its Industry Leading Mach Search Capability Based on the latest machine learning technology, Bluetail’s enterprise-level MACH Search delivers the easiest and most accurate way to ingest and search the digital records of an aircraft’s entire operational life. May 25, 2021 Bluetail, Inc., announced that the company […]
When it comes time to determine the current market value of your aircraft back on earth, the broker is going to look at all the obvious stuff; paint, interior, engine time, avionics, etc. But, here’s what a lot of owners overlook. The condition of the aircraft’s logbooks.
And, yet, as good as CAMP is, a rapidly-growing number of its users have found a way to make it even better. Don’t just take our word for it. Currently, over 80% of Bluetail’s customers are current CAMP users. Why? Well, there are a lot of reasons. But here are a few:
Some operators do not secure their logbooks as well as they should, and there have been cases of logbooks being lost between leaving for maintenance and returning to its home base. There are many advantages to having an aircraft's maintenance records in digital form, even if only as a back up.
Bluetail Hires Roy Gioconda as VP of Customer Success Leader With Over 35 Years in Technology and Aviation Will Help Fuel Customer Growth Bluetail (bluetail.aero), a modern business and general aviation SaaS company, has hired a new Vice President of Customer Success to help strategically lead and grow the company. Roy Gioconda, who officially joined […]
For aircraft owners who want to digitize their records and securely transport them to local scanning centers, deciding on which transportation mode can be daunting choice.
Asset Insight and Bluetail Enter Agreement to Provide Owners & Operators Preferential Services and Additional Value Asset Insight, LLC (assetinsight.com) is pleased to announce a collaborative agreement with Bluetail, Inc. (bluetail.aero) Bluetail will be providing Asset Insight clients with paper-to-digital services and their cloud-based aircraft records platform at a special price, while Asset Insight will […]
I have been searching for a way to keep our logs current, safe and make them accessible to more than just me. One solution was to copy everything onto a flash drive which involves a lot of duplication of the whole process. But from my research, I now have an alternative that has not been available to General Aviation before.
When researching the best way to digitize your aircraft records, it’s always important to consider many factors when selecting an outsourced scanning service. A low-cost document scanning vendor can be extremely tempting, but is it safe and secure and what exactly does that aircraft record scanning quote cover? Often a low-cost scanning quote means you may be surprised later with certain hidden fees.
When it comes to scanning aircraft records, owners and operators take security and privacy seriously. Choosing a HIPAA compliant trained company, and SOC 2 scanning partner, can be very important since the employee training is very stringent and vital information is locked down. Why take the risk of an unqualified vendor to later find out that such information was leaked out to the public?
Bluetail Launches the First Nationwide Digital Aircraft Records Scanning Network Over 100+ Locations to Help Aircraft Owners/Operators Create Truly Back-to-Birth Repository Bluetail (bluetail.aero), a modern business and general aviation SaaS company, announced the creation of the first US and Canadian aircraft records scanning network with over 120 locations. The digitally-focused industry solution is a first, […]
Bluetail Announces New Vice President of Sales Amid Rapid Growth Bluetail (bluetail.aero), a modern business and general aviation software company, announced the addition of a new VP of Sales today, all as the company experiences unprecedented growth. The company’s new Vice President of Sales, D. Darwin Stout, brings more than 30 years of aviation industry […]
In addition to properly performing all the requisite sales steps such as cleaning the aircraft, taking nice photos/videos and developing a detailed aircraft specification sheet, it is imperative that the aircraft is in best shape (and spotless!) and that all inspections are up to date, that all related records (such as logbooks) are impeccable and that the aircraft is in the best possible condition.
Bluetail Launches New Software to Amplify Aircraft Records Bluetail (bluetail.aero), a modern business and general aviation software company, announced its latest software release today, aimed at amplifying aircraft records management. “We knew that with this next release, our goal was to connect aircraft records for our users in even more efficient and visual ways,” said […]
Although digital logbook and maintenance entry systems are definitely the new, easier route, plane owners still keep paper logbooks and records just to be on the safe side. One simple way that many plane owners have discovered to make this as easy as possible is called “smart scanning and indexing.”
While maintenance tracking software allows an owner/operator the ability to track and forecast maintenance, manage parts, and much more, unfortunately, these systems can fall short when it comes to managing aircraft paper and digital records.
Aircraft/pilot logbooks and flight logs have been around as long as aviation itself, with the Wright brothers keeping detailed notebooks of their aircraft build, experiments, dates of a flight, airplane used, pilot, passenger’s name, time aloft and course flown. They also recorded distance flown, height achieved, weather and any related comments.
Understanding Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) Requirements for an aircraft is important as ICAs provide a standardized approach for aircraft, engine and propeller maintenance data, thus replacing such data from the OEMs and other Type Certificate (TC) holders.
Coinciding with the Anniversary of Charles Lindbergh’s Epic Trans-Atlantic Flight Bluetail, a modern business aviation software company, today announced its official public launch as a new player in the Phoenix tech ecosystem. Founded by former Apple executives and serial entrepreneurs, Stuart Illian and Roberto Guerrieri, Bluetail’s goal is to help business jet owners and operators […]
It’s been a huge last couple of months for us here at Bluetail. With every day that passes, we’re inching closer and closer to our official launch date— a milestone that our whole team has been dedicated to achieving since day one.