New Zealand-based aircraft tracking and management specialists Spidertracks announced today their strategic partnership with leading cloud-based aviation software company, Aeronet. The partnership is set to revolutionise the process of maintaining a current and accurate flight log and maintenance schedule - workflows that are typically laborious and present unnecessary challenges across the industry.
02 May 12:47 PM
Alaska Air Transit are a small charter operation based in Anchorage, Alaska. But they don't view being small as a disadvantage. For them, it's been a key enabler for providing a service that's both personable and reliable.
Las Vegas tour operator Maverick Helicopters have chosen Spidertracks for smarter aircraft and safety management.
British Columbia based helicopter operator Yellowhead Helicopters has completed their fleet transition to Spidertracks aircraft management devices.
21 Dec 12:22 PM
Flying into a disaster zone isn't something that Mit Brereton thought he'd have to do again, but after the recent devastating earthquake in Kaikoura, New Zealand he says he didnt think twice about stepping up to help.
18 Nov 12:25 PM
Spidertracks Product Manager Luke McCarthy has been with the company almost since the very beginning — but it wasn’t his plan that led him to where he is now. Luke’s trajectory changed dramatically in his younger years due to health complications.
09 Nov 10:41 AM
Eighteen-year-old Australian Lachie Smart says he is just an average teenager. But he can also boast a Guinness world record - the youngest person to ever fly around the world solo. However, he says that it doesn't take an extraordinary person to do extraordinary things.
03 Nov 10:10 PM
Orlando, FL — Fleet communication got a whole lot easier this week with the North American launch of Spidertxt 2.0 at NBAA.
23 May 01:03 PM
Three Kiwis are set to enter an elite club this week as they each pilot a hand-built single-engine aircraft all the way from New Zealand to Australia and back.
11 May 08:00 AM
After a twenty-year hiatus, Alaskan pilot Tom Vitt is back in the air — and this time, he's safer than ever.