Centrik system eases pressure on Gloucestershire Airport staff

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Gloucestershire Airport in the UK has reported an increase in staff productivity and efficiency due to a new cloud-based operational management system.

The airport – one of the busiest in the UK for general aviation – has replaced its existing safety management systems with Total AOC’s automated Centrik solution, with SMS and risk management capabilities among its features. The new system is reported to have eased pressure on staff and enabled the reallocation of energies. Further time could be freed in the future as the system is expanded to cover training, quality and document control.

Darren Lewington, operations director at Gloucestershire Airport, said, “We are a very busy airport providing an airfield for everything from microlights to corporate jets, with minimal resources. Every saving we make counts, and Centrik has done that by making our operational management much simpler.”

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