Asia Aeronautical Training Academy (AATA) joins the FlightLogger family being the fifth customer in Malaysia and FligthLogger’s customer number 77 globally!

AATA is based out of Senai International Airport and has an office at the General Aviation area of the airport together with their current aircraft fleet of a Diamond DA42 and a Piper PA28, with more aircraft to come. They have a very nice setup with office space for their instructors and head of training together with a cozy student lounge where the students can relax and mentally prepare for their next flight. AATA is a joint venture together with the University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) in the faculty of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, where they have a perfect setup for their ground school with joint resources from the university with a cozy study environment and big classrooms.

After FlightLogger provided a free online presentation of how AATA could digitalize their future operation, which they booked through FlightLogger’s website, they quickly decided to go with FlightLoggers digital flight training management solution, as their head of training stated:

After seeing that FlightLogger gets constantly updated and optimized we quickly realized that this is the product we want for our flight academy!

When the FlightLogger implementation team got the final go from AATA and received all training manuals and other required business data from them, it took under a month for their account to be ready!
FlightLogger believes in the value of a face-to-face relationship with our customers, hence, when the account was ready, Martin from the implementation team traveled to AATA location in Malaysia to train both the management and their instructors and to provide any necessary assistance for AATA to be ready to their new digital life with FlightLogger.

FlightLogger welcomes Asia Aeronautical Training Academy and we are proud to be the provider of a fully digital experience for the management, the flight- and ground instructors together with all their future students!

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