Breeze Airways, which is set to take off in 2021, has selected Vistair to provide a single, enterprise wide view of safety, risk and compliance.
Vistair Systems, a leading provider of aviation Document and Safety Management solutions, made the announcement on Wednesday that it has partnered with new start up airline, Breeze Airways, to support their enterprise-wide safety management approach.
Based in Utah, Breeze Airways is the latest airline of JetBlue Airways founder David Neeleman, which plans to begin operations at the end of 2020.
The decision to select Vistair reflects Breeze Airways full commitment to a data driven and proactive, safety and compliance culture, through an integrated safety management system that is used by some of the safest and best airlines worldwide, including Delta air lines, easyJet and the UK Ministry of Defence.
As a modern and progressive airline, Breeze Airways has a strong focus on the latest technology and digital experience for their operational systems and tools. Identifying and partnering with reputable and expert aviation suppliers is a key strand of this strategy.
David Neeleman comments: “With ambitious growth plans for the future, we needed a modern, scalable solution that will support our advancements and growth.”
Ian Herbert, CEO at Vistair comments: “At Vistair, we believe in providing an enterprise-grade, fully supported SaaS solution that will advance the future of aviation safety. Underpinned by a modern, scalable and highly secure cloud-ﬁrst architecture, our modular suite of SMS solutions creates an integrated information environment for the global airline industry to identify, monitor and mitigate safety risks.”
The agreement further includes ASAP support functionality, that will enable Breeze Airways to submit ASAP and incident reports through an easy-to-use, mobile first platform.
The carrier has ordered 60 brand-new Airbus A220-300 aircraft, with deliveries beginning in April 2021, and has leased Embraer E195 aircraft, which will be delivered in October 2020.