SierraTrax expands digital maintenance tracking to additional aircraft

posted on 25th October 2021 by Eddie Saunders
SierraTrax expands digital maintenance tracking to additional aircraft

SierraTrax, a Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), company, has today announced the addition of several new aircraft to its maintenance tracking platform.

SierraTrax streamlines aircraft maintenance processes by providing digital aircraft records, maintenance tracking, and professional scanning to aircraft owners worldwide through an organized and intuitive digital interface.

The software currently supports over 1,000 aircraft registrations across a range of Cessna, Beechcraft, Hawker, Embraer Phenom, and Learjet operations, and will now be available for Pilatus PC-12 and PC-24 light jets, Bombardier Challenger 300 and Challenger 350 super-midsize jets, and Robinson R66 helicopters.  

“We’re excited to expand our offering to a broader customer base through our partnership with JSSI and remain committed to extending our digital maintenance tracking services to larger jets and helicopters,” said Jason Talley, founder of SierraTrax.

“The addition of these models builds upon a mission we share with SierraTrax to simplify maintenance for aircraft owners and operators, and help them manage their aircraft more efficiently,” said Neil Book, chairman and CEO of JSSI.

“In acquiring SierraTrax earlier this year, we have combined strengths to provide even greater data transparency and insight into a growing number of business aircraft.”

Long-standing SierraTrax customer Charles “Chick” Gregg, captain and co-founder of Air Unlimited, added: “We have had all four of our aircraft on SierraTrax since the beginning, consisting of a CJ3, two King Air 200s, and a Learjet 45.

“The response and service has been excellent from day one. Any time we have needed to add any event, they have done so promptly. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them.”