Toulouse, 19 October 2022 Volaris, the ultra-low-cost Mexican airline, operating in Mexico, the United States, Central and South America, has signed an agreement with Airbus on the adoption of Skywise Health Monitoring (SHM) as its fleet performance tool. The airline is currently operating an all-Airbus fleet of 116 A320 Family aircraft.

Using the power of the Skywise aviation data platform, Skywise Health Monitoring collates and centralises maintenance warnings and alerts in real time. SHM can correlate alerts and indicate if they are related. With each event, a history of recent flights enables identification of repetitive incidents, and the system also provides a full view of related technical documentation. Monitoring in real time helps ground staff to make appropriate decisions based on criticality, logistics and upcoming maintenance checks, and, if necessary, prepare in advance forrepairs and replacements - all before the aircraft has even landed.

“By using SHM, Volaris will benefit from all the advantages the platform offers to optimise maintenance operations with a focus on unscheduled maintenance. Skywise Health Monitoring saves airlines time and decreases the cost of unscheduled maintenance thanks to data-driven decisions” said David Marty, Head of Airbus Digital Solutions Sales and Marketing.


In addition to these data-driven benefits, safety plays a key role, as it is our permanent and unwavering commitment in every operation






said Holger Blankenstein, executive Vice President of Volaris Airlines.

Joining the growing number of airlines entrusting their fleet monitoring to SHM, Volaris is the 70th Skywise Health Monitoring customer.

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