SkyTrac adds duty hours feature to SkyWeb
April 9, 2014, Kelowna, B.C. - SkyTrac Systems has introduced Duty Hours to their product offerings to enhance the risk management capabilities of their clients and streamline business operations. This new service allows operators the ability to monitor pilot and crew flight hours to ensure compliance with regulations while mitigating the risk of aircrew fatigue.
The Duty Hours feature, accessible through SkyTrac’s web-based asset management program, SkyWeb, enhances fatigue risk management plans across fleets by monitoring current hours against exceedance levels. Operators are able to customize limitation levels to comply with both internal and external rules and regulations. The use of Duty Hours increases awareness of aircrew status through the viewing of current flight hours, hours remaining, status and extensions for multiple individuals all from SkyWeb.
“We are constantly focused on product innovation as well as industry needs. This new service will facilitate not only contractual compliance, but also human resource and safety management systems for our clients, thus optimizing their operations,” commented SkyTrac President, Malachi Nordine.
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