Dublin start-up aims high with global aviation database
Blockaviation is developing a system to give aircraft owners convenient access to maintenance records
Dublin-based start-up Blockaviation is developing a global register for aircraft that would give owners easy access to a centralised database of records on maintenance and other crucial information.
John Roberts, Blockaviation’s co-founder and chief executive, said the system would be pitched to both aircraft leasing companies and lessees. Its selling point is that it can cut down on the time needed to track aircraft information which is recorded manually, and often across different locations....
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