Aircraft Operations Manuals
Aviation Info Tech produces aircraft operations manuals for private & commercial aircraft operators, especially for those who have to comply with the requirements of EASA, IS-BAO, the Isle of Man and the UK Overseas Territories
Welcome to Aviation Info Tech
Aviation Info Tech are here to help you with the creation of your bespoke minimum equipment list, the equipment list that must be fitted and useable for any aircraft to be considered airworthy. Please contact AIT today to discuss.
At Aviation Info Tech, our Aircraft Flight Operations Manual is continually updated with IS-BAO (International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations) standards and protocols to ensure you have all the information required to safely operate your aircraft.
In a recent development, to comply with the requirements of the UK CAA, operators of ex-military aeoplanes now need an operations manual. And of course Aviation Info Tech can produce the “Operations Control Manual” you require. Contact Peter at Aviation Info Tech to discuss your requirements
The manuals we provide are fully tailored to you, your operation and your aircraft.
With over 10 years experience we have over 40 clients operating in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Isle of Man, United Kingdom and UK Overseas Territories.
The idea of producing an aircraft operations manual can be overwhelming for owner operators, owner’s representatives, Lead Pilots or busy corporate jet Chief Pilots.
Peter Magill of Aviation Info Tech will produce an operations manual to specifically meet your requirements and those of your regulator or of IS-BAO.
Aviation Info Tech strives to enhance safety for all business aircraft operators regardless of the size of their aircraft or number in their fleet.
Our manuals and guides cover topics such as:
- Safety Management Systems (SMS)
- Standard Operating Procedures
- Emergency Response Plan
- Fatigue Management Scheme
- Qualifications and training
- As well as a tailored risk assessment tool designed for your operation
We believe that for an aircraft operations manual to be valid, it must be bespoke to meet the specific needs of the operator.
For more information and to arrange an free consultation, please contact Peter Magill at Aviation Info Tech