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CROSSMOS on Edelweiss Air

CROSSMOS® eTLB live on Edelweiss

Since April 1st, 2017 the complete fleet of Edelweiss Air AG is equipped with CROSSMOS® – the electronic technical logbook by CrossConsense, Frankfurt. The route network of Edelweiss not only includes most of the European holiday destinations but also some interesting places outside of Europe like Calgary, Cape Town and Mauritius e.g.
Edelweiss Air uses the pilot client as well as the maintenance client of CROSSMOS®. The Edelweiss fleet consists of short-haul as well as long-haul Airbus AC which are now all equipped with CROSSMOS®.
Fritz Zaugg, Head of Maintenance at Edelweiss Air says: “By introducing CROSSMOS ELB in addition to the Electronic Flight Bag, the cockpit of the Edelweiss Air aircraft now became paperless. The entire log book complaint process for both, cockpit as well as cabin crews is now fully integrated. The changeover from paper to electronic books went smooth and seamless. Flight crews and maintenance personnel appreciate the easy handling.”

About Edelweiss Air: Edelweiss Air is an expanding swiss leisure operator with close to 700 employees. Edelweiss Air carries 1.5 mio passengers yearly to more than 50 destinations in some 30 countries. Current fleet size is ten aircraft that are homebased in Zurich.

In 2018, CrossConsense reached an agreement that fully transitioned the intellectual property rights and trademark for the CROSSMOS® product over to Boeing. Boeing has used CROSSMOS® as the foundation for building their new Boeing Mobile Logbook product. For more information about the Boeing mobile logbook visit: https://www.boeingservices.com/boeing-mobile-logbook/

CrossConsense on Flight Operations conference in London

CrossConsense on Flight Operations conference in London

On the world’s leading Flight Operations event the team of CrossConsense presented CROSSMOS – THE eTLB software.

In order to be well prepared for paperless maintenance, more and more airlines around the world are considering to implement an eTLB into their fleet. And CrossConsense is providing a software solution that works on every AC, no matter which aircraft manufacturer produced it.

Attendees of the conference also had the opportunity to hear about the experiences of SWISS International Air Lines when implementing CROSSMOS in their fleet. The presentation focused on the obstacles SWISS had and managed to overcome when they introduced CROSSMOS (uncharged devices, bad connectivity, narrow bandwidth – general problems which had nothing to do with CROSSMOS itself).

If you are interested in the presentation, please do not hesitate to contact us.