Architects of a new standard for electronic aircraft records transfers are confident their work will yield the first real-world paperless transactions in 2019—a key milestone in a years-long effort to simplify aircraft-ownership transfers by cutting down on paper and connecting disparate back-end systems. “We’ve spent the last five years getting ready for this,” GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) technical records leader Aileen Carroll said. “We’re ...

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