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prodefis at EATS 2019

EATS, fair

prodefis will be exhibiting at Halldale’s 18th European Airline Training Symposium, October 29-30, in Berlin, Germany. Visit us and learn more about our innovative aviation training management solutions – TPMS, COURSE, E-FILE and LMS – along with our revolutionary interactive data and feedback analysis application.

We look forward to meeting you at booth #215.

Pegasus Airlines selects PRODEFIS for EBT

E-File, new customer, TPMS

The leading Turkish low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines has opted for PRODEFIS Training Management Solutions.

Captain Aydin Yumrutas, Head Of Training Department at Pegasus Airlines, on decision for selecting PRODEFIS:
“The PRODEFIS TPMS Software, responds our needs by it’s customizable nature for implementation of Evidence-based training and data analysis. With the experience and consultancy of prodefis, Pegasus Airlines will move to paperless workflow and ensure continuous improvement in Cockpit and Cabin Training Systems.”

PRODEFIS TPMS, the Training and Performance Monitoring System, is an all-in-one IT solution for EBT, ATQP and AQP. PRODEFIS E-FILE is a system for electronic management of personnel files and for staff self-services.

About Pegasus Airlines
Founded with the mission that everyone has the right to fly and having launched its scheduled services in 2005, Pegasus Airlines is now, in just over a decade, Turkey’s leading low-cost airline and one of the region’s frontrunners with a growing network of 108 destinations, including 36 in Turkey and 72 other international destinations in 42 countries across Europe, Russia and the Caucasus, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia.
Pegasus Airlines launched its first charter flights in 1990 and was then acquired by ESAS Holding in 2005, since which it has been operating scheduled flights as Turkey’s first and leading low-cost airline. Pegasus offers its guests competitively priced, comfortable and punctual point-to-point.

Jetstar Airways goes EBT with PRODEFIS TPMS

new customer, TPMS

Jetstar Airways (Australia) has selected PRODEFIS TPMS for the implementation of EBT (Evidence-Based Training) and of a paperless training organisation.

Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas, operating Airbus A320 and B787 aircraft throughout Australia, the Asia Pacific region and the United States.

PRODEFIS TPMS is an all-in-one IT solution for airlines implementing EBT, AQP and ATQP. TPMS covers all training-related activities for training managers, instructors/examiners and trainees while streamlining the coordination and communication with the planning and scheduling teams.

Captain Brett Foxley-Conolly, Head of Training and Checking at Jetstar Airways, on decision for selecting TPMS from PRODEFIS:
“The PRODEFIS TPMS product provides Jetstar with a system that allows us to implement EBT in accordance with the ICAO Manual of Evidence Based Training (Doc 9995). The highly configurable nature of the program along with the PRODEFIS ‘Changes Welcome Policy’ has enabled us to tailor the solution to just how we need it in order to satisfy both our company and regulatory requirements. The support provided to Jetstar by the PRODEFIS team has been nothing short of extraordinary and is a key element to our success. TPMS will also give us the ability to go paperless with all of our training and checking documentation for both Pilot and Cabin Crew training providing a reduction in associated workflows for Compliance and Managers”

SunExpress Deutschland Selects PRODEFIS E-FILE

E-File, new customer

SunExpress Deutschland, a subsidiary of SunExpress, which itself is a joint-venture of Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, selected PRODEFIS E- FILE, the system for electronic management of personnel files and crew self-service.

E-FILE enables electronic storing of all employee related documents and linking them to the respective electronic records in the system.
The self-service features allow employees to maintain all kinds of personal data and to upload documents while reducing office staff’s workload.

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