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AirN@v: DOCUMENTATION AT OPERATORS’ FINGERTIPS

Since its successful introduction in 2003, Airbus has enhanced the scope of its AirN@v one-stop consultation tool for Airbus technical data.

AirN@v is a seamless one-stop consultation tool for Airbus technical data, incorporating all principal technical manuals and enabling simplified internal distribution by airline customers. 

This innovative tool significantly reduces the time needed for research, information distribution and aircraft troubleshooting – optimising the workflow for airline mechanics and engineers, and reducing costs for operators of Airbus aircraft.

Airbus has enhanced AirN@v’s scope since its successful introduction in 2003, creating modules dedicated maintenance, engineering, repair, maintenance planning and workshop. This has allowed Airbus to introduce several major “firsts” in the fields of technical data and civil aviation services – including dynamic wiring and virtual reality clips for the A380.

Among its many benefits for customers, AirN@v provides easy retrieval of accurate information, power navigation and search functions, and the use of cutting-edge web technology. In addition, it is fully compatible with Airbus’ AIRMAN (AIRcraft Maintenance ANalysis) aircraft maintenance application for effective documentation consultation.

Features of AirN@v include graphics display and browsing, navigation via hyperlinks, effective information filtering, revision marking, dedicated search functions and a standard layout adapted to various content types.

A wider scope

Airlines that require a single documentation tool for all of their aircraft fleets – including both Airbus and non-Airbus jetliners – can extend AirN@v’s capabilities to include other in-house manuals or OEM (original equipment manufacturer) documentation through one or more modules of Airbus’ ADOC global and modular solution for digital documentation management.

ADOC is a comprehensive software suite for multi-fleet technical data processing, which – due to its modular design – can be tailored to meet the individual needs of each operator.

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