The beauty of Gulfstream’s personalized Computerized Maintenance Program (MyCMP) lies in its simplicity.
Gulfstream was the first aircraft manufacturer to create a Web-based program to organize, track and coordinate aircraft maintenance and inspections. The program is so well-regarded that for five consecutive years, Aviation International News has named it the top maintenance tracking program in the industry.
MyCMP is available to owners and operators at any hour of the day or night from any computer, smartphone or tablet with Internet access.
The program streamlines essential records management and creates a history of maintenance, inspections and compliances required of every aircraft with Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) and Aeronautical Information Management (AIM). Detailed documentation coordinated through the original equipment manufacturer also helps establish aircraft value.
With the enhanced MyCMP, users have electronic recordkeeping and signature capabilities, as well as 24/7 access to analyst support.
MyCMP creates all-digital task cards that can be signed electronically. A PDF of the e-signed paperwork attaches to the aircraft history, which ensures airworthiness requirements are met.
Records management is only one aspect of MyCMP. Gulfstream also has systems analysts who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to assist with maintenance questions. MyCMP analysts have an average of 15 years experience with Gulfstream aircraft and were chosen for the program because they are top technicians and quality control professionals.
CMP analysts also provide their expertise through a Gulfstream training program. MyCMP Web-based training sessions are offered on a monthly basis.
The bottom line for Gulfstream aircraft maintenance needs: better records management, quick, easy access to experts and numerous training sessions covering a host of technical topics.
MyCMP provides the whole package.
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