Flyme joins FlightLogger’s training management platform as the second customer in the Maldives.
Flyme is a young and fast growing airline operating out of Malé Airport with destinations such as Maamigili and Dharavandhoo. They are serving 9 airports in the region and providing flight services to 60+ resorts in South Ari Atoll and Baa Atoll. They recently added a brand new ATR 72-600 to their already existing fleet of ATR 72-500s, ATR 72-600 and a ‘Flying Whale Shark’ seaplane.
The airline has recently started their own ATO to handle type ratings, difference training and recurrent training within the AOC of the airline, which is now all managed by FlightLogger’s digital training management platform – this once again proves, that the platform is adaptable to a broad range of training operations and even to the AOC environment.
FlightLogger strives to minimize the hassle of starting with new software and therefore handles the implementation of all required flight training data on the platform, letting the flight schools focus on running their operations. Therefore, once FlightLogger received all the training manuals and operational data, the implementation team initiated the process of transferring all training data into their new account, only taking around 3 weeks. Once the account was ready, one of FlightLogger’s implementation consultants traveled to Flyme in the Maldives to provide personalized training and assistance in setting up the final part of the account before going live.
FlightLogger currently serves more than 94 ATOs from 37 countries who have gone digital with our fast and easy implementation structure, proving that a digital transformation is achievable within a short time period and thus making it manageable for all flight schools looking to optimize their operation with a digital solution.
FlightLogger welcomes Flyme and are proud to be the provider of their digital training management solution!