Delta Air Lines

The single largest PIVOT customer with a pilot group of over 15,000 pilots and fleet size of 1,000 aircraft, it’s an absolutely massive operation. PIVOT has provided a variety of …

FedEx Express

FedEx was the second major US Airline to adopt PIVOT for EFB. Specifically looking for a way to standardize across multiple device types and aircraft fleets, the PIVOT methodology fit …

Southwest Airlines

Southwest literally gave PIVOT their start in the world of EFB. Adopting the system in 2013, the Southwest EFB team and their leadership had the foresight (and guts) to see …

UPS

UPS is deploying the PRO97 case for their pilot group. Approximately 4000 pilots will be enjoying the flexibility and reduced cockpit profile compared to what they are used to with …

Qatar Airways

Learning of PIVOT at the 2015 EFB Conference in Dubai, the Qatar team knew PIVOT was exactly what they needed. The Surface PRO4 is Qatar’s EFB device, typically mounted on …

Singapore Airlines

Singapore is another ultra-long haul operator which is perfect for PIVOT. Already in full scale use at SQ subsidiaries Tiger Air and Silk Air, PIVOT is poised to move into …

United Airlines

PIVOT became the selection of United Airlines for many of the same reasons as our other MAJOR airline clients. Flexibility, cost, and customer service! After rigorous testing, United’s 12,000+ pilot …

All Nippon Airways

ANA is in the final stages of regulatory approval for full scale PIVOT deployment, and will be the first Asian airline to adopt the PIVOT system. With a wide range …