- Date Published:
- 27 Jan 2020
Vistair Launches North American office
Vistair Systems, a leading provider of aviation management software, has announced the opening of its North American operations from its base in Texas.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER
Vistair awarded Queen’s Award for Enterprise International Trade.
PRODUCT EXPANSION CONTINUES
QualityNet launches into the market. 4 major national carriers as first clients.
IOS APP REVOLUTIONISES DOCUNET
The DocuNet tablet (iOS) app is launched, giving airlines offline access via mobiles and EFB browsers
MAJOR CARRIER IMPLEMENTS SAFETYNET
easyJet, one of the biggest and most successful low cost carriers in the world, begins using SafetyNet across its entire fleet.
MULTIPLE FLEET CONTRACT
Vistair signs a contract with major multiple fleet UK carrier to manage all flight operations documents.
ORIGIN OF SAFETYNET
Major low cost carrier asks Vistair to develop a safety data management system – SafetyNet is implemented across the airline.
Major UK Carrier contracts Vistair to deploy DocuNet.
Vistair acquires ailing airside logistics business which they turn around and add to the portfolio to dramatically reduce the delivery time of printed documents to aircraft.
THE COMPANY EXPANDS
David Hedley joined Vistair. DHL Air and Ryanair approach Vistair - both airlines sign up to DocuNet®.
Ian set up Vistair. One man with a laptop and one client.
British Airways asks Ian to look at developing a solution for managing and updating their flight tech manuals to comply with JAR-OPS. The first step on the road to DocuNet® was made.
DEVELOPING NEW TECHNOLOGY
At his previous company, Ian Herbert was briefed to write an Airfield Briefing solution for British Airways. Ian had developed some of the first CD-I video applications for the the likes of UDV and the BBC, and it was this innovative technology that was attractive to BA and the innovative solution sought.