Nov 02

AirVault® Aviation User Group Triples Growth

Cloud-Computing Aircraft Maintenance Records Management System Accelerates Compliance Efficiency and Process Analytics

Dallas, TX – November 2, 2016: AirVault®, a leading cloud-based Enterprise Content Management software company, today announced record participation for their 2nd annual AirVault Aviation User Group Conference, held October 26th through 28th at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. Over 80 representatives attended the conference from 25 airlines that have deployed AirVault to support their fleet’s aircraft maintenance records programs. AirVault is now in use by over 50% of the North American commercial aircraft fleet, and 20% globally.

The AirVault Aviation User Group represents the company’s online aerospace customer community, offering specific-interest forums for new products and future product development programs, with 100% of AirVault’s airline customers as members.

The 2-day program focused on the best practices for aircraft maintenance records management, including recent FAA compliance guidance, business process applications, systems integration, and advanced data analytics. Customer use-case presentations by Frontier Airlines and Air Canada exhibited how the AirVault cloud service can be easily configured for each airline’s unique equipment and operational models.

AirVault exhibited advanced Systems Integrations with popular M&E systems such as MXi, AMOS, and Trax, along with Aircraft Lease Return Process application, Records Audit Workflows, MRO Connections, Borescope Video, and Data Analytics. The conference showed the breadth of the company’s product capabilities, strategic direction, and underscored that the mission-critical performance capabilities of the entire AirVault Solution, both as a Software as a Service (SaaS) technology and a daily cloud-based data processing service.

The conference highlighted the deployment AirVault Records Audit and Delivery (AVRAD®) at Frontier Airlines, where a new cloud-based software service specifically designed for airlines provides ongoing systematic management for the complex process of compiling records for an aircraft lease return and ongoing audits. The web-based business process application, built on the industry leading AirVault Aircraft Maintenance platform, is now in full production at a number of major airlines to improve the speed and efficiency of managing electronic records for aircraft transfers including lease return, sale, or parting out of their planes.

John Oldham, AirVault CEO, stated, “We are delighted by the tremendous growth in customer participation to the 2016 AirVault User Group. Our customers are expanding their use of the AirVault platform, and this event provided users the forum to exchange ideas and information with a wide range of technical topics relating to organizational efficiency, cost reduction, compliance, and safety. The AirVault development and support team appreciate this opportunity to have this direct communication with our customers for input on our product roadmap and operational performance.”


About AirVault

Founded in 2011, the AirVault division of Critical Technologies, Inc. (, provides a cloud-based document management software service for the aviation industry, including lessors, airlines, MROs, OEMs, and other service partners. AirVault provides the industry with specialized tools and applications that facilitate document workflow, distribution, verification, analysis, and collaboration, validating fleet airworthiness and regulatory compliance. The largest and most successful airlines and MROs in the world trust AirVault with their aircraft maintenance records. Today, AirVault manages the maintenance records for over 5,000 aircraft tail numbers, 20% of all aircraft globally. Over 40,000 AirVault users worldwide manage over 7 billion documents in a private, secure cloud hosted at the company’s fully redundant data centers.