SINGAPORE AIRLINES

AeroDocs will allow Singapore Airlines to distribute digital documents in a secure, controlled manner, with workflow tracking to help maintain regulatory compliance. The AeroDocs pilot document iPad viewer delivers the best-in-class document viewing experience to flight crew and was a key consideration in the Singapore Airlines selection process. The paperless cockpit, as enabled by AeroDocs, also brings financial and environmental benefits, with reduced fuel burn and carbon emissions.

About Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines currently operates an all wide-body fleet of four aircraft families: Airbus A330, Airbus A350, Airbus A380 and Boeing 777, totalling 111 aircraft. In keeping with its policy of maintaining a modern fleet, it replaces its aircraft frequently, with an average aircraft age of seven years and eight months. Wherever your travels may take you with Singapore Airlines, you’ll be flying on one of the most modern and fuel-efficient fleets in the skies.