"Wow! I've been looking for something like this for 3 years. I can’t thank you enough for this tool. " - Joseph Mann, Manager Flight Technology, XOJET
"Skyservice Business Aviation selected OBDS to provide EFB software integration for our transition to EFBs over five years ago.
Our decision was a good one – OBDS has been responsive, professional and extremely customer-focused.
They have consistently supported the transition ensuring a safe and operationally-effective system.
I routinely recommend their services when asked how to manage the software support task when moving to and managing a paperless cockpit operation." - BC Campbell, SkyService BAS, Director of Flight Operations
"I'm glad that I've chosen your company for EFB. It runs great and even our CAA returned very positive feedback. I'll recommend you and your company to my colleagues who are considering to implement EFBs in their aircraft." - Martin Gubza, Fleet Chief, Amira Air
"I'm always willing to endorse OBDS services.
It is already burdensome to maintain technical publication revisions for a fleet of similar aircraft; adding another type to the fleet will compound the problem.
Every task that can be automated represents a substantial gain in efficiency and standardization - and ultimately, safety.
Our goal is to automate the data revision process by establishing MFB as the sole-source portal for ALL operations, administrative and maintenance publications.
The OBDS rapid and reliable distribution of high priority governing documents and records of operation represents a vital element of the overall solution to the operational control issue.
Many of the static documents such as training records, operations manuals, and maintenance status can be handled very effectively using MFB.
Our document libraries are instantly available to all pilots and administrative personnel at both companies. Revisions are distributed instantly to all affected personnel.
The MFB solution to synchronization document libraries has proven to be extremely helpful.
In addition I would consider virtually any proposal that might shield us from the exemplary fine levied against TAG/AMI in a controversial case.
A fine that was levied, in part, because TAG/AMI allegedly failed to produce records supporting aircraft maintenance status and crew qualification documents for flights that had already departed (note: the records may have been correct, legal and retrievable upon reasonable notice, but unfortunately TAG/AMI could not prove that they reviewed those records prior to dispatch).
This type of situation is one of many reasons that we use the OBDS/MFB solution for document administration and access from remote locations.
MFB is useful far beyond the cockpit; it is an extremely effective administrative tool, and a simple solution to many of the operational control issues that have recently become high-priority for USA charter operators."
Experience has shown these and MANY other companies that it is more practical OBDS host and deliver Flight Ops content direct to EFB than to integrate with internal networks." - Ken Hall, Cessna Fleet Operator, AHERN Rentals