Air Canada goes paperless in key technology areas with TRAX

Air Canada Airlines (ACA) has announced it plans to deploy TRAX to press ahead with its paperless plans and improvements in key technology areas, the company said.

Line and Hangar maintenance employees will use the QuickTurn and TaskControl apps for defect management, routine task cards and picklists, recording A/C P/N transactions, and other related activities.

The Apps are integrated with the existing TRAX system and are fully offline capable to synchronize data when reconnected. AMEs in the hangar can use the TaskControl app to complete work assignments. Resource planners can assign line work or heavy checks through the web-based Line Control and Production Control apps.

The company is growing its fleet, adding 787 Dreamliners and 737 MAX aircraft, and is simultaneously advancing its connectivity to support its maintenance operations and achievement of its 5 star excellence program goals.

TRAX provides comprehensive software solutions designed to cater to all aspect of aircraft maintenance management.