Asia Pacific Airlines EnhancesEFB Capabilities with Comply365

    03 Nov 2023


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Comply365 to Enable More Efficient Content Delivery to Crews

Beloit, WI – NOV. 2, 2023 – Aviation-software leader Comply365 is pleased to announce its mobile platform will enable Asia Pacific Airlines – a cargo airline that transports emergency relief supplies, US Mail, live animals and other important cargo – to better manage and deliver mission-critical content to its flight crews.

Asia Pacific Airlines, headquartered in Guam, specializes in air cargo services throughout the Pacific region, often delivering critical supplies and relief efforts during times of crisis with a fleet of Boeing 757s. The all-cargo jet service needed a better way to manage and update its operational manuals and track compliance in its EFB (Electronic Flight Bag).

“We serve many small island nations where the remote locations create unique challenges for air cargo transportation, and we needed a reliable solution that would bring more sophistication and efficiency to our EFB,” said Adam Ferguson, President at Asia Pacific Airlines. “Comply365 will reduce our manual processes, enabling us to better manage and deliver the information our crews need and seamlessly track our read and signs.”

Using Comply365’s app, crew members will be able to review their most up-to-date operational content more accurately and quickly, even in the most remote locations. The cargo carrier also will be able to deliver content and personalized notifications based on roles and locations and drive higher rates of compliance with reporting insights.

Asia Pacific Airlines joins multiple cargo airlines among Comply365’s more than 90 global customers, from start-up airlines to the world’s largest carriers, from ultra low-cost to full-service airlines, charter operators, business aviation, ACMI and wet-lease operators, Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), flight training and rail operations.

“I’m happy to welcome Asia Pacific Airways as the newest member of our Comply365 community, which continues to grow in the Asia-Pacific region,” Comply365 CEO Tom Samuel said. “We’re excited to bring a great mobile experience to Asia Pacific’s crews, and we’re proud to support the valuable services they provide, especially in times of vital need.”

Comply365 is the leading provider of enterprise SaaS and mobile solutions for content management and document distribution in highly regulated industries including aviation, rail, and energy. Comply365 supports the world’s most mobile and remote workforces with targeted and personalized delivery of job-critical data that enables safe, efficient, and compliant operations. Every day, hundreds of thousands of pilots, flight attendants, maintenance technicians, rail conductors and engineers, and energy workers rely on Comply365 for digital delivery of operational (OEM and company) manuals. Having played an instrumental role in the FAA’s approval of replacing the traditional, paper-based, pilot flight bags with electronic flight bags (EFBs), Comply365 partners with clients to transform their industries.

Asia Pacific Airlines was formed in 1998 to serve Micronesia and the Western Pacific with much needed all-cargo jet service. The Fleet and Service has grown to encompass the entire Pacific theatre, providing scheduled and ad-hoc charter service, with bases in Guam and Honolulu. APA is an FAA part-121 Supplemental all-cargo carrier, headquartered in Guam, making the airline the westernmost US part-121 based carrier. APA is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tan Holdings Corporation, which has called the Western Pacific its home for over 50 years.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:                                    
Gina Duwe, Marketing Specialist, Comply365
+1 608.313.1500

Adam Ferguson, President, Asia Pacific Airlines
+1 808.600.9884