Following its acquisition this summer by Jet Support Services (JSSI), maintenance tracking provider SierraTrax has added five aircraft to its platform: the Pilatus PC-12 and PC-24; Bombardier Challenger 300 and 350; and Robinson R66 helicopter.
Providing digital aircraft records, maintenance tracking, and professional scanning to owners and operators, SierraTrax’s software currently supports more than 1,000 registered aircraft. Business aircraft types covered include those manufactured by Cessna, Beechcraft, Hawker, Embraer (Phenom), and Learjet.
“We’re excited to expand our offering to a broader customer based through our partnership with JSSI and remain committed to extending our digital maintenance tracking services to larger jets and helicopters,” said SierraTrax founder Jason Talley.
JSSI chairman and CEO Neil Book said the addition of the aircraft types builds on his company’s strategy to enable more owners and operators to simplify aircraft maintenance and manage it more efficiently. “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,” Book said.