Teams with Maintenance Tracking Software Firm, FlightCert

Partnership Boosts Time and Cost Efficiencies for Aircraft Operators

Two companies with complementary software and services for managing maintenance, MROinsider and New Zealand-based FlightCert, announced a teaming agreement which creates a new option for operators.

Andy Nixon, MRO Insider’s Vice President, explains, “While pursuing our goal of increased maintenance efficiency and transparency, we saw a special opportunity. FlightCert offers customizable maintenance tracking software, which has a clean, user-friendly interface and an attractive price point. The companies share the goal of providing greater maintenance value through software. In many ways, it is a perfect partnership. As a team, we offer Part 91 and 135 operators a new service by first, anticipating maintenance events (FlightCert) and second, obtaining timely, competitive quotes (MROinsider).”

FlightCert is a cloud-based aircraft maintenance tracking program designed by aircraft engineers. The software tracks components and inspections based on cycles and flight/calendar times. FlightCert stores flight and maintenance histories. If aircraft ownership changes, the full history transfers with the title. FlightCert subscriptions are billed annually, with a rate of NZ$550 (approximately US$400). Rates decrease with additional aircraft to NZ$90 (approximately US$70) per aircraft for a fleet of over 30.

Founded in 2016, FlightCert has over 1,000 aircraft registered in Australia and New Zealand. The company prides itself on 100% customer retention and is looking forward to US expansion.

Jeff Shearer, FlightCert founder, added, “FlightCert is looking forward to joining forces with to provide cost-effective, intuitive maintenance tracking software tools. For a single aircraft or an entire fleet of corporate jets, FlightCert has the capability to manage all maintenance tracking requirements: inspection schedules, component lives, and out-of-phase maintenance. ADs and Services Bulletins are tracked and users notified by software flags and email. launched in October 2017 with a goal to increase efficiency and transparency in the process of maintaining aircraft. The website allows aircraft owner/operators to create a free profile and request maintenance quotes from facilities electronically. This process includes uploading a maintenance tracking report or equipment list. Facilities can submit quotes to owner/operators and have a profile page that showcases their company’s capabilities. In their first six months, has nearly 200 registered aircraft and 35 maintenance providers.

To learn more about FlightCert, visit  To assist operators in deploying FlightCert, MRO Insider offers a hassle-free transition through an affiliate, Mx Insider.

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