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Ian Herbert

Ian Herbert
Since forming Vistair in 2001 Ian has steered the company to its position as a globally-recognised aviation technology provider. Ian's passion is innovation and helping airlines to run more safely, efficiently and commercially. As CEO of Vistair, Ian works directly with airlines to ensure Vistair’s solutions deliver outstanding efficiency, safety and compliance, meeting the stringent demands of the aviation industry and ensuring Vistair technology is always one step ahead.
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Powering Post COVID-19 Recovery with Aviation-Specific Technology

Powering Post COVID-19 Recovery with Aviation-Specific Technology
Date:
12 Aug 2020
Whilst there are hopeful signs of increased demand for air services, it is also clear that emerging from the pandemic, airlines will need to make fundamental changes to the way they operate.

How can Airlines achieve Efficiencies in the Current Environment?

How can Airlines achieve Efficiencies in the Current Environment?
Date:
27 Jul 2020
The global pandemic has had an unparalleled and devastating impact on the aviation industry, with a dramatic decline in demand, drastic reduction of fleets, significant headcount reductions and an accelerated closure of airlines. However, as airlines begin to return to a ‘new normal’ - how can they adapt to the new reality – becoming leaner, stream-lined and more operationally efficient? 

A New Shape for the Future Airline Industry

A New Shape for the Future Airline Industry
Date:
30 Apr 2020
As the world ponders its future after COVID-19, many are wondering how and when things will get back to normal. Undoubtedly, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on commercial aviation has been, and will continue to be, unprecedented in its scale and scope, affecting airlines everywhere, in a more interconnected world.  In this article, I discuss my views on how the future might look for airlines as the COVID-19 crisis ebbs, exploring the outlook following this economic tsunami and how airlines will need to re-engineer their operations to both thrive and survive.

Why MROs Should Go Digital With Technical Documentation

Why MROs Should Go Digital With Technical Documentation
Date:
27 Jan 2020
In today’s technological age, it’s unsurprising that digital transformation is one of the most fundamental drivers of change, presenting a unique chance to shape the future. For this reason, a large proportion of the airline industry is looking to digitise their technical documentation and maintenance operations to make for easier document management.

Passenger Safety in Aviation Industry making flying accessible for passengers with disabilities

Passenger Safety in Aviation Industry making flying accessible for passengers with disabilities
Date:
31 Oct 2019
In commercial aviation the safe transition of passengers from point A to Point B is the number one priority – passenger safety is paramount and commercial aviation wouldn’t exist without this directive. Any failure to recognise this imperative can result in catastrophic commercial and reputational damage that is almost impossible to recover from.

Have you lost control of your document management?

Have you lost control of your document management?
Date:
4 Jul 2019
Airline document management is a cumbersome process, but it’s not without its challenges. For instance, having a lack of process can mean managing mission-critical documents and manuals can start to go amiss and can be hard to gain back control. In this article, we take a look at some of the ways that good document management software can do to help you take back control and keep the cogs turning smoothly. Read on to learn more.

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