SAS aims to move to a paperless maintenance environment over the next two years, notes Gunnar Andersson, director of technical training at SAS. At present, SAS mechanics use iPads to access to aircraft manuals, but these devices are mainly used on tarmacs, not in hangars. Andersson says SAS plans to launch in the first quarter of 2020 personal mobile phones for all mechanics and other staff on the ramp. “We are decommissioning the old radio systems and will use mobile phones to ...

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