The company has 47 planes on its books, which it leases to airlines including Thomas Cook and Virgin Australia.
GE Aviation’s Asset Transfer System will help Avation to manage and organise its planes’ files and documentation while out on lease.
“Avation is pleased to have selected the GE Aviation Air Vault Asset Transfer System to store and manage our fleet's aircraft records. Avation went through an extensive evaluation and comparison process to select a platform,” said chief executive Jeff Chatfield.
GE Aviation director Gib Bosworth added: “The ability to connect records and data across aviation companies and the IT systems they use to manage their fleets will data availability and drive productivity.”
Avation shares were down 1.4% to 274.3p on Monday morning.