ATP Provides Epic with Flight Docs, Mx Tracking

The partnership leverages ATP’s Aviation Hub for documentation and service.

Tim Taylor and Doug King
ATP senior vice president Tim Taylor and Epic CEO Doug King cement the partnership in front of an E1000.Epic Aircraft

Epic Aircraft and ATP have partnered to utilize ATP’s Flightdocs and Aviation Hub services for documentation and tracking across Epic’s E1000 GX fleet. ATP is a provider of aviation software and information services based in San Francisco, California, while Epic—out of Bend, Oregon—certified the E1000 turboprop in November 2019, securing Flying’s 2020 Innovation Award. Epic plans to use ATP’s Flightdocs product for maintenance tracking and electronic logbooks for all of its fleet. The company will also use the Aviation Hub for the distribution of technical publications, such as maintenance manuals, wiring diagrams, and illustrated parts catalogs.

“The E1000 GX is an aircraft where performance, function, and form are the cornerstone of our pilot-driven design process. ATP embodies this same commitment with their suite of aviation solutions,” said Epic Aircraft’s CEO, Doug King in a press release. “Our commitment to our operators includes ensuring that we have partnerships in place that enhance the customer experience and ensure maximum operational efficiencies, reliability, and value.” The company is finishing up the 8th customer airplane by the end of 2020.

“We’re very excited to partner with the team at Epic Aircraft,” said ATP’s chief strategy officer, Greg Heine. “Our product suite delivers a unique set of capabilities to aircraft owners, operators, and OEMs. We’re giving real-time, paperless access to the data and publications they need every day, right from their phone or iPad.”

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