Cirro’s parent company, AirSuite, is experiencing record-high onboarding and earnings in the first quarter. AirSuite now delivers software to the majority of Canadian helicopter operators and has become the Canadian rotary industry’s preferred flight operations management system and app. AirSuite, headquartered in Thunder Bay, Ontario, is also reporting an increase in fixed-wing subscribers. “We anticipated this rush of new Canadian
Since 2015, AirSuite has been working to bring all the elements of flight operations management together in one comprehensive cloud-based package.
The Thunder Bay, Ontario-based company was founded by Michael Kleywegt, CEO, and Doug Carlson, COO – both professional helicopter pilots – who seized the opportunity presented by an industry downturn to fine tune their own flight ops program.
“We decided to commercialize the app,” recalled Carlson in a recent interview with Skies. “We saw the need. Older, experienced crews were retiring and a younger, more tech-savvy generation was coming in. The time was right.”
Today, AirSuite officially launched the new Flight Duty Time (FDT) module included in their full suite of flight management tools. The launch is two months in advance of the new Transport Canada Flight Duty Time regulations coming into effect this December for 703 and 704 series operators. Cirro also continues to support Canadian 705 operators with the prescriptive regulations. “This
It was only 12 years ago, in 2010, that the first iPad was released. Ushering in an era of mobile electronic flight bags that have since changed how pilots and operators handle the process of flight planning, following and managing. In the years that followed, a variety of solutions have been developed to improve the conventional paper-based approach.
Cirro is the first complete software package of flight management tools to specifically focus on operations. Cirro gives operators access to important fleet and crew specific details, putting all aspects of flight planning, scheduling …
AirSuite, a leading provider of flight management software, today launched a new integration with learning management systems provider Aerostudies. The integration leverages Aerostudies’ world-class online ASCENT Aviation E-training System to enhance Cirro’s document and certificate tracking tools. “Our clients are always trying to find ways to reduce duplication of work in an effort to find efficiencies. The integration with Aerostudies
Cirro 1.51.1 is now out! Head over to the app store and update to have the latest and greatest features and upgrades.
MAG Aerospace Canada, an industry leader in providing specialized aviation services in aerial fire management, airborne imagery, air charter, and flight training, has begun integrating AirSuite’s flagship product Cirro into their workflow to streamline the process of document management and flight duty time tracking. MAG Aerospace is a leader in providing and enabling global situational awareness to help its customers make the
Cirro’s web app utilizes a Google Chrome feature that enables storing your Cirro data locally on your computer
Cirro, the flight management platform built to streamline the compliance process of flight operations, now counts De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited (De Havilland Canada) and sister company Viking Air Limited (Viking) among its client list. Both companies are subsidiaries of Longview Aviation Capital Corp. De Havilland Canada is a leader in the OEM market, with an impressive heritage built