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Web Manuals Sweden AB, offering a solution for authoring and distributing manuals for the aviation industry, is proud to announce that airline operator SUN-AIR has selected the Web Manuals application. SUN-AIR will use Web Manuals to improve its documentation control, regulatory compliance and operational efficiency. Furthermore, SUN-AIR will use the Web Manuals Reader app for iPad to replace its paper operations manuals used on the flight deck.

SUN-AIR operates as a British Airways franchise operator with  scheduled flights to a number of European cities in British Airways aircraft livery.

Web Manuals became the obvious choice for SUN-AIR as the application provided the best combination of ease-of-use, regulatory compliance support and quick deployment.

Martin Lidgard, CEO of Web Manuals Sweden AB, commented: “SUN-AIR has been in our sights for quite some time and we are very happy to have such a prestigious company to join the Web Manuals family. Being both a regional airline and a charter operator, SUN-AIR fits perfectly in our strategic  market segmentation for the Scandinavian market.”

Ola Gamkinn, Director of Flight Operations at SUN-AIR added: “After having evaluated competing alternatives, Web Manuals stood out as the winning alternative, primarily due to its attractive user experience and quick deployment. With the upcoming need for considerable changes in the company’s operations manuals related to the new EASA-OPS regulation, we see that Web Manuals will simplify this transition and support our long-term commitment to EASA compliance.”

About SUN-AIR of Scandinavia A/S:

​​​SUN-AIR was established in 1978 and has expanded during more than 35 years to its present position as a leading operator, notably in its franchise partnership with British Airways.

​Head offices are in Billund in Denmark. The company three aircraft maintenance centres in Billund, at Aarhus Airport and at Thisted Airport. 

SUN-AIR operates a fleet of Dornier 328 jets, Hawker 800 XP jets, Jetstreams and a Piaggio P-180 Avanti turbo-prop.

More information is available on the company website at