Miami-based Spirit Airlines has announced it has selected TRAX eMobility apps to increase efficiency and reduce transaction times for fleet maintenance and aircraft turnarounds, the company said.
Spirit said it plans to launch the following apps: QuickTurn, TaskControl, Line Control and EzStock. The apps are designed to provide real-time information and real-time transactions, allowing users to work from anywhere and automatically synchronizing when in WiFi or cellular range. By exploiting the potential of a system that is fully integrated with its Trax Maintenance and Engineering system, Spirit expects to increase its productivity and at the same time will decrease maintenance costs.
Spirit Airlines is an American ultra-low-cost carrier headquartered in Miramar, Florida, it is the seventh largest commercial airline in the United States. Spirit operates scheduled flights throughout the United States and in the Caribbean and Latin America with over 75 destinations. Spirit´s fleet includes 138 Airbus aircraft with an additional 55 on order.