Meet the team – New Members During Q4

Malmö Office – Sweden Henrik Löfqvist : Sales Developer Henrik grew up in a small town outside Malmö, called Lomma. In the summer of 2018 he moved to Västerås to conduct his flight training and finished his commercial pilot license in April 2020. With a commercial pilot license and much enthusiasm for the aviation industry, […]

Forgotten feature – Revision Summary module

Did you know that you can specify from which revision number you wish to display in the Revision Summary module? You can do that by clicking on the module, identifying the dropdown menu under “From Revision” and selecting from which revision the list should be displayed.  After selecting and pressing on the update button, the […]

Training Opportunities during the next months

This year we have adjusted the nature of our training opportunities into a more Covid-friendly format to allow us to continue to facilitate our training sessions to all of you. For those of you who have been upgraded to version 8 and would like to learn how to navigate yourself through the new version, we […]

Q4 Partnership News

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We are happy to welcome our new Sales Agent Partners: Aviation Issues: an Australian provider of international regulatory compliance, quality and SMS services for the aviation industry. Lupus Air Services: a UK provider of high-quality on-aircraft training for most Corporate aircraft types. Other great news is that our Partner Time To Fly can now offer […]

Join Web Manuals in creating S.T.A.R.S.

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S.T.A.R.S. otherwise known as Standards & Training for Aviation Responsibility and Sustainability, is an initiative set in motion by young business aviation professionals.  Their goal is to develop and introduce industry-wide sustainability standards and an accompanying label. The program, supported by the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC), will […]

Upcoming Training Opportunities

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Training for Editors: Our editor training takes place every other week as per usual. If you are interested in attending a training, please contact your project manager and we can sign you up for the next available date. Webinars: We have started to conduct a variation of live webinars, which you can attend every other […]

Compliance Library Updates in Q3

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For our Part FCL and Part ORA customers, we are excited to announce that we have now published these libraries with Guidance Materials (GMs), completely free of charge and without any additional fees! We understand that GMs are of critical importance for your operations and through this implementation, we hope to be assisting you to […]

Life is a lot like surfing!

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“I’ve learned life is a lot like surfing. When you get caught in the impact zone, you need to get right back up, because you never know what’s over the next wave… and if you have faith, anything is possible, anything at all.”Bethany Hamilton As we are slowly making our way into the fall of […]

What happened? Is summer over already?

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As I am writing this it dawns on me that this is the period we had GoDigital last year, it is with a heavy heart that I accept that we will have no conference this year, and we will have to wait another year for the next one. Our industry is one of the hardest […]

World 2 Fly Case Study: Setting Up a New AOC

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World 2 Fly is one of Web Manuals new customer that was founded during 2020. The article below details the initial steps they are taking in setting up their new Aircraft Operator Certificate (AOC) including processes, documentation, and compliance. Web Manuals is currently offering its software for free to any new aviation initiatives launched in […]

Fragmentation in aviation is failing

Fragmentation in aviation is failing blogpost

Today, there are effectively only two major airliner manufacturers. In the airline sector, Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary believes that Europe will have shrunk to five main groups by the end of the decade. And component suppliers – especially in the US – are engaged in a complicated dance of disinvestment and acquisition of subsidiaries. However, […]

Digitization needed to meet passengers’ new focus on safety

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Over the past months, we have been examining the ways in which technology will be critical as global Covid-19 restrictions are eased. We have already looked at how digital solutions help support the increased operational challenges and how it enables companies to be agile, and now, we explore how a new focus on safety from […]