Israel’s Britannica Announces WIZZ AIR Expanding Use of Fox Training Management System

Civil Aviation

By ARIE EGOZI

Tel Aviv. Israeli company Britannica Knowledge Systems, a provider of integrated training and readiness management solutions, announced that WIZZ AIR is expanding their use of the Fox Training Management System (TMS) and is utilizing Fox to implement Evidence Based Training (EBT).

Fox enables Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing and greenest low-cost airline to improve the efficiency and compliance of their training operations as they ramp up for the coming uptake in air travel.

According to Britannica, the Fox TMS is now up and running at Wizz Air, despite the hurdles presented by the pandemic. Fox has enabled the creation and update of a variety of training programs and curricula across the entire fleet.

The TMS manages all types of learning and evaluation processes including e-learning, trainee feedback and online testing for pilots, cabin crew and technicians. Fox leverages the data throughout the system to generate analytics in dashboards, reports and notifications, enabling actionable insights and proactive responses.

According to the Israeli company, Fox has been instrumental in the implementation and onboarding of WIZZ Air’s EBT and continues to enhance the quality of their training and learning operations.

Wizz Air has been using Fox to optimize its training programs since 2019.

-The writer is an Israel-based freelance journalist

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