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Air India passengers can be confident of first-class safety after the flag carrier airline chose global software company Ideagen to support them with end-to-end safety management.

The airline holds the safety of its passengers and people as its top priority, and by choosing Ideagen they’re in good company, as 750 aviation and aerospace organisations worldwide already use Ideagen to support them with their quality and safety operations.

Ideagen software covers all aspects of risk, giving management full visibility of safety data from maintenance of the aircraft through to cabin crew checks on board. It provides the Air India leadership team with complete visibility across their entire organisation, allowing them to access the latest data and use this to spot and mitigate potential risks, enhancing the safety of their operations.

Ideagen CEO Ben Dorks said: “We are honoured to be supporting Air India to continue to assure the safety of their passengers, crew and high-skilled workforce.

“Air India, like Ideagen, are in an exciting period of growth, adding more routes to connect India with the rest of the world and we are delighted to be with them on that journey.

“As an expert in software solutions within regulated and high-compliance industries, we have a strong pedigree in quality management, health and safety, risk mitigation, auditing, training and collaboration software. Air India customers can be assured that they are in safe hands.”

Commenting on the development, Henry Donohoe, Head of Safety, Security and Quality, Air India, said, “We are going for a significant and substantial upgrade of our existing systems and processes to ensure seamless flow of intelligence and data on a real time basis.

Ideagen Coruson is trusted by aviation industry globally for risk mitigation, auditing and training. Its induction will go a long way in enhancing our capabilities for the safety and well-being of our passengers and crew, particularly at a time when Air India is rapidly expanding its network on both national and international routes.”