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Malmö, Sweden, 24 November, 2014: Web Manuals Sweden AB, the developer of operational knowledge management solutions for the aviation industry, is celebrating its latest regional airline client win after signing a deal to provide document management solutions to flag carrier airBaltic.

Air Baltic Corporation (airBaltic) is a stock company established in 1995 owned by the Latvian state. airBaltic operates a fleet of 25 aircraft – five Boeing 737-500, eight Boeing 737-300 and twelve Bombardier Q400Next Gen – carrying roughly 3 million passengers per year.

Martin Lidgard, CEO and founder of Web Manuals, adds: “We are proud to have airBaltic join the Web Manuals family as the second flag carrier along with Icelandair. With Cloud-based technology at the forefront, Web Manuals provides a smooth user experience to simplify the rapid updating of company manuals with distribution to airBaltics iPad-based EFB devices.”

How is Web Manual supporting airBaltic’s operations?

Web Manuals’ application allows the digitization and distribution of a wide range of operational and compliance documentation, yielding significant savings in time and administrative costs and improved regulatory compliance. The process simplifies the rapid authoring, review, publishing, distribution and control of an entire manuals library.

Web Manuals Sweden AB specializes in the development of operational knowledge management solutions for the aviation industry, including the digitizing of manuals to simplify controlled publication, revision and distribution. Web Manuals Sweden AB works with selected international partners to deliver a global offering and has a broad client base in the US, Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific region.

Do you want to know more? Read here how Air Baltic is improving operational efficiency thanks to document digitalization by Web Manuals.