fluix success story
“Fluix has helped us save time – making the training processes more efficient and reducing the risk of non-compliant pilots.”
With over 21,260 block hours and 8,216 flights via 340 airfields and 98 countries, Titan Airways has been flying high since 1988. The UK’s leading charter airline took their name from their first G-registered aircraft, a Cessna Titan 404. Their foundation contracts were in freight and Royal Mail delivery services, with airline sub-charter and VIP charters being added in the mid-1990s.
Titan now operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing jets from their London Stansted base, with at least two aircraft and crew always available for launch within just 60 minutes of a request. Supported by in-house engineers and a team of 400, the company has experienced exponential growth in recent years, as well as earning an award-winning reputation for excellence.
Titan Airways wanted its operational processes to be as modern as their fleet of aircraft, but faced many daily challenges due to paper-reliant processes:
With an award-winning brand at stake, Titan Airways sought out a dependable solution to streamline internal processes and trainings. The company implemented Fluix document management and workflow automation software to replace paper documents from the flight deck with Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs) on iPad.
Saved hundreds of labor hours annually – valuable time that was previously spent on updating and distributing flight manuals. Also removed 30-45 kg worth of paper and folders from each individual flight deck.
Titan began its Fluix journey in 2013, with pilots using the aviation maintenance software to update and store flight manuals. The company has since scaled its document management and automated workflow capacity with Fluix, to include:
“When we have a last minute charter to a complex region, our Flight Operations department can get important airfield briefs uploaded into Fluix, so the pilots operating the flight can receive critical safety information immediately.”