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SWISS International Air Lines decided to use CROSSMOS Electronic Logbook for their entire fleet starting with an on-board solution on the B777 getting continued with the Airbus fleet and finally ending up with an integrated solution on the Bombardier CS100-series. SWISS is now live since January 2016 without having faced any major problems.

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BASIC REQUIREMENTS

The basic requirement of SWISS International Air Lines concerning an E-Techlog System was that it should combine the following logbooks currently in use within SWISS:

FLIGHT LOG

Performance of Pre Flight Check
Acceptance of aircraft by Flight Crew
Statistical data
Remaining Fuel

TECHNICAL LOG

Reporting of all PIREP and maintenance complaints
Reporting of all scheduled maintenance

CABIN LOG

Reporting of all Cabin complaints by Cabin Crew / Maintenance (All safety relevant cabin complaints to be transferred to the Techlog)

CROSSMOS Electronic Logbook meets all these requirements

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Since April 1st, 2017 the complete fleet of Edelweiss Air AG is equipped with CROSSMOS electronic technical logbook.
Edelweiss Air uses the pilot client as well as the maintenance client of CROSSMOS. The Edelweiss fleet consists of short-haul as well as long-haul Airbus AC which are now all equipped with CROSSMOS.

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Fritz Zaugg, Head of Maintenance at Edelweiss Air says:

“By introducing CROSSMOS ELB in addition to the Electronic Flight Bag, the cockpit of the Edelweiss Air aircraft now became paperless. The entire log book complaint process for both, cockpit as well as cabin crews is now fully integrated. The changeover from paper to electronic books went smooth and seamless. Flight crews and maintenance personnel appreciate the easy handling.”

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After thoroughly testing CROSSMOS, Air Dolomiti finally decided to implement CrossConsense’s electronic technical logbook in its fleet. Air Dolomiti S.p.A owned by Lufthansa, being an Italian regional airline with its head office in Dossobuono, Villafranca di Verona, Italy, is operating a fleet of 10 Embraer E-195. The new technology will be introduced to speed up all the processes and to minimize errors in TLB data management by crew and maintenance staff. With CROSSMOS both cockpit crew and maintenance staff can report and close or defer technical malfunctions in a simple, clear and smart way.

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Marco Tognini, Air Dolomiti’s eTLB Project manager, says:

“I have been involved in eTLB project since 2015 testing several solutions. We decided for CROSSMOS because we immediately appreciate how easy is its use. We are confident that nobody will miss paper once it will be implemented in our fleet. I am sure that it will probably be the eTLB for airlines in near future!”

Since June, 1st 2017, Lufthansa CityLine has been a new CROSSMOS customer and will start to implement the CROSSMOS eTLB in its entire fleet of Bombardier and Embraer aircraft. Lufthansa CityLine has launched the project of integrating an eTLB in its fleet in order to contribute to the modernization of the processes and to increase the environmental performance both in flight operations and in technology. By implementing CROSSMOS, Lufthansa CityLine is taking a further step towards digitization and process optimization within the Lufthansa Group.
As Lufthansa CityLine uses AMOS as its backend MRO system, the integration of CrossConsense’s electronic logbook is expected to be finished until the end of this year because the interface between CROSSMOS and AMOS has been running successfully in other airlines for more than one year.
Lufthansa CityLine will use the pilot and maintenance modules of CROSSMOS and users will be able to access CROSSMOS from the EFB that is already in place.

Axel Trampnau, Head of Technical Fleet Management at Lufthansa CityLine, says:

“We selected CROSSMOS because we need to rely on an uninterrupted process. It is so significant to digitize workflows and to share information with others. We will definitely not miss the traditional paper process once CROSSMOS will be implemented in our fleet. We look forward to realizing the full impact of the new digital solution.”