Low Cost Safety Management
& Compliance Monitoring
The Advantages for your Airline or
Our Expertise in Management of Aviation Safety & Compliance Monitoring Systems
- Realizing that few suitable and affordable solutions are available on the market, we created AVIACS.
- Created by aviation professionals for aviation professionals, we listen to your feedback and suggestions to constantly improve it.
- Our goal is to offer an affordable solution to manage the compliance and safety of your operations, without any technical or IT constraints.
Main Key Features & Specifications of AVIACS Application
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AVIACS Software FAQ
Is there a limited number of users ?
No, number of users is unlimited, only number of aircraft is.
Is it possible to change the language interface ?
Yes, language is customizable.
Will I have to pay for future evolutions ?
No, evolutions are free of charge and included.
Is it possible to ask for modification and evolutions ?
Yes, if the evolution is technically feasible and can benefit for several users, it could be developed and included, free of charge.
Can I manage several airlines/operators with the same subscription ?
No, each subscription is limited to one operator