Digital document provider Web Manuals is partnering with Canadian compliance expert Aerofoil to shorten the lead time to get minimum equipment lists (MELs) approved for its customers. Under the partnership, Aerofoil will provide prepared MELs to existing Web Manuals users through the latter company's store.
Those MELs will be developed using OEM data, Transport Canada documentation, and regulatory guidance. “The task of writing compliant MELs can be timely and mundane, and thorough approval processes often mean that implementation is delayed,” said Web Manuals v-p of U.S. sales Krister Genmark. “Our partnership with Aerofoil will provide significant time-saving benefits for our growing Canadian corporate operator client base, promising a more streamlined approach to MEL management.”
Genmark added that the collaboration also increases Web Manuals’s offering to Canadian private operators, “placing us in a strengthened position to continue working throughout the Canadian aviation sector.”