Aviation unites the world. Today it has become an irreplaceable part of our lives, our business, and more importantly — it brings us back home to spend time with our family.
There are over 100,000 flights worldwide made daily, serving over 2 million people. Despite the fact that aviation is considered as one of the safest types of transportation, the number of accidents related to air transport averages to about 3302 yearly. The main reason is the human factor.
The improvement in aviation safety today can be achieved by using blockchain technology. It will exclude the possibility of loss, distortion or forgery of vital log data, therefore significantly reducing the risk of fatal accidents. Information should be transparent and available for the authorities to improve safety.
Maintenance Organizations log service data and submit to blockchain through the company application.
Aircraft Operators log flight data and submit to blockchain through the company application.
Fixed Base Operators submit airport services data to blockchain through the company application.