Web Manuals is celebrating its selection by the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) as the organization’s authoring and publishing tool for its International Standards and related manuals. The announcement confirms Web Manuals’ industry leading functionality and performance in managing complex aviation documentation.
IBAC represents the interests of business aviation worldwide, managing a global voluntary compliance network that standardizes safe and highly professional aircraft operations. It is the publisher of the voluntary International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) and International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH).
Kurt Edwards, IBAC Director General, says: “Following a review of leading document digitization systems, IBAC selected Web Manuals for its ease of use and strength in version control, revision management and review/approval workflows. We are confident the Web Manuals application will streamline our work and thereby benefit industry safety.”
The IS-BAO and IS-BAH standards are also now available to Web Manuals’ customers as integrated Compliance Libraries within the Web Manuals application. Like Web Manuals’ EASA and FAA Compliance Libraries, this feature will automatically alert subscribing users to the sections of their manuals which require amendments to maintain compliance with IBAC standards.
Martin Lidgard, CEO and co-founder of Web Manuals, says: “We’re delighted to have been selected by IBAC, which confirms that Web Manuals is intuitive to use and ideal for managing the most complex documentation suites. Our operator and ground handling customers derive the same benefits of time-savings and increased reliability in the management of their aviation manuals, and we’re pleased to now also offer them additional Compliance Libraries to keep them current with IBAC’s standards.”
IBAC represents the interests of business aviation worldwide. IBAC is a non-profit international trade association with permanent observer status at the International Civil Aviation Organization, the UN Specialized Agency for aviation matters, in Montreal, Canada.