June 03, 2024

Swiftair Announced as Launch Customer for TrustFlight’s Centrik 5 Safety and Quality Management System

AMSTERDAM, NL, June 4, 2024 – TrustFlight Ltd. (TrustFlight), a technology innovator focused on digitization of the aviation industry, today announced that Swiftair, a leading airline in Europe and Africa offering both freight and passenger transport, has selected TrustFlight’s Centrik 5 cloud-based software to streamline its Safety (SMS), Quality (QMS), and Risk Management System for real-time operational management across its Swiftair, Cygnus, West Atlantic UK, and West Atlantic Sweden divisions. As Centrik 5’s launch customer, Swiftair will implement TrustFlight’s advanced aerospace management platform across its fleet of 47 aircraft to enhance safety, reduce risk, ensure compliance, and improve operational efficiency.

In addition to the integrated Safety, Quality, and Risk modules, Swiftair will also benefit from Centrik’s popular Workflows, Meetings, Training, Regulations, and Forms modules. With the Regulations and Workflows modules, Swiftair personnel will receive real-time notifications when changes to regulations occur and can automatically assign actions or tasks as needed, a capability unique to Centrik.

“TrustFlight’s Centrik is a trusted platform across aviation,” said Salvador Moreno, CEO, Swiftair. “We take safety very seriously across our organisation, and when researching solutions, it was evident that Centrik had both the capability and flexibility to adhere to our unique operational profile. We look forward to implementation and achieving operational excellence across our safety, quality, and risk functions.”

Centrik 5 offers the first major refresh to the platform since its launch in 2012. Centrik 5’s completely reimagined UI includes global navigation, a new dark mode, and a powerful dashboard that provides at-a-glance overviews for management as well as focused tasks and actions at the functional level. The new user interface was designed in collaboration with leading safety and human factors experts to improve system accessibility and usability for all users within an organisation. Additionally, the new UI promotes active use of the system by reducing the actions needed to submit reports, thereby enhancing organisational safety by reducing friction.

“Swiftair is a well-respected, experienced operator in the passenger transport and cargo space, and we are thrilled at their selection of Centrik 5,” said Karl Steeves, CEO, TrustFlight. “The Centrik platform is a robust, complete operational management system for aerospace businesses, and the new user interface and additional improvements to the system will no doubt be value drivers for Swiftair’s commitment to safety.”

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About TrustFlight Ltd.

TrustFlight is a digital technology innovator that specializes in the aerospace and aviation domain. The company’s best-in-class solutions and services provide an added layer of safety, efficiency, and insight to everyone involved in the operation and maintenance of aircraft. With over 80,000 active users, TrustFlight’s industry-leading suite of solutions include an Electronic Tech Log (ETL), Safety and Quality Management System (SMS/QMS), Reliability Analytics software, the innovative MEL Manager, and aviation Technical Services for continuing airworthiness. Originally founded by two comainmercial pilots, TrustFlight has grown to become a global firm supporting a wide variety of airlines, airports, regulators, maintenance providers, and business aviation operators around the world. To learn more, visit and follow @TrustFlight on LinkedIn and X.

About Swiftair

Swiftair is a leading company in the airlines sector, offering both freight and passenger transport. Swiftair provides support to the day/overnight networks of passenger airlines and integrators and offers flexible solutions to the major players in this area such as local & global integrators, government agencies and international airlines. With a European/African network of more than 884 employees and more than 30 major customers worldwide, the company has a business level of approximately 250 million euros a year. Swiftair currently has a fleet of 47 aircraft with varying sizes and payloads including B737s, ATRs, EMB120s, and Metros.

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