Virtual MX Records: More Than Logging

Paper logbooks aren't going away. But digital supplements tell a more complete story of an aircraft's service history, while streamlining scheduling.

Consider that between 30 and 50 percent of the value of older aircraft lies in the aircraft’s technical and journey logs. It’s not just about paper signoffs to keep the aircraft airworthy. Think about all of the time- and date-sensitive components and service events that are documented in the logs. If the logs are lost, […]
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