The transparent, immutable nature of blockchain can help aircraft manufacturers and operators authenticate, track, and trace inputs across the supply chain.

Aviation Use Cases

Supply Chain Management

Aircraft manufacturers and operators must track ad trace millions of parts, resulting in complex global supply chains. As an immutable source of truth, blockchain can help bolster transparency across these networks, ensuring all stakeholders have access to the same information in real-time.

Authentication & Certification

Aircraft manufacturers can use blockchain technology to authenticate the source of specifications of all inputs. This information is critical to limiting liability and complying with commercial and government regulations.

Emissions Tracking

Aircraft operations can leverage blockchain to tokenize CO2 emissions, streamlining sustainability initiatives and providing a transparent means of tracking outcomes. These benefits can help build trust with customers and stakeholders, reinforcing brand loyalty.

Loyalty Programs

Airlines can build customer loyalty programs that issue rewards as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). These digital assets might cross-industry partnerships and collaboration or enhance customer engagement. Specifically, a customer might earn a reward that can be held or exchanged with others as a digital collectible. This digital incentive can provide special privileges like discounts on products or platforms, free merchandise, or even access to real-world events.

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SIMBA Industry Partners

Boeing Case Study

Boeing commissioned SIMBA to build a fully integrated supply chain solution that tracks F/A-18 wing parts from sub-tier suppliers.

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Department of Defense

SIMBA Chain will design and build a blockchain solution to enable demand-sensing for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), the combat support and supply chain agency of the Department of Defense (DoD).

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Built on SIMBA Blocks, the U.S. Air Force BASECAMP platform follows the registration and tracking of Additive Manufacturing (AM) components during their complete lifecycle.

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Existing Blockchain Initiatives

Here’s how other companies are using blockchain in the aviation industry.


Read more about how TrustFlight, in collaboration with the University of British Columbia, Boeing, and RaceRocks, aims to streamline processes and increase productivity with a digital platform that leverages blockchain.

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