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May 24

ExpressJet Airlines Selects AirVault® for Aviation Maintenance Records Management System

Dallas, Texas – May 24th, 2016 AirVault today announced that ExpressJet Airlines has licensed the AirVault MX Records Management Solution to provide ExpressJet with a new, centralized web-based aircraft record-management system.

Critical Technologies CEO, John Oldham, said, “We are proud to have earned ExpressJet’s confidence and are able to meet their record keeping support requirements, including data conversion, and distributed capture systems. Our growth continues at a fast pace. The aviation industry trusts AirVault’s proven high-performance infrastructure and global delivery model to meet the performance requirements of this highly regulated industry’s most-important documents.”

AirVault is the leading web-based solution that enables the aviation industry to manage fleet maintenance records across their entire community of business and regulatory partners. 

About AirVault:

Founded in 2011, the AirVault division of Critical Technologies, Inc. (www.airvault.com), provides a cloud-based document management software service for the aviation industry, including lessors, airlines, MROs, and other service partners. AirVault offers specialized software tools and applications that facilitate document workflow, distribution, verification, analysis, and collaboration, validating fleet airworthiness and regulatory compliance. AirVault is the original developer of this patented architecture, and now manages aircraft maintenance records for over 5,000 aircraft, 50% of the North America commercial fleet, and 20% globally. Over 25,000 AirVault users worldwide manage over 6 billion documents in a private, secure cloud hosted at the company’s fully redundant data centers.

About ExpressJet:

Headquartered in Atlanta, ExpressJet Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of SkyWest, Inc., is a regional airline leader with 9,000 aviation professionals, an average of more than 1,500 daily flights and an all-jet fleet of Embraer and Bombardier aircraft. Through capacity purchase agreements, ExpressJet operates as American Eagle, Delta Connection and United Express to serve 190 airports in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean. For more information, visit expressjet.com.