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Belavia - Belarusian Airlines takes off with AMOS

12/09/2016

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Belavia - Belarusian Airlines takes off with AMOS
At a glance 
- Belavia - Belarusian Airlines chooses AMOS
- AMOS reinforces its leading position in the CIS 
- The entire fleet will be managed in AMOS

Belarus flag carrier selects AMOS
Belavia - Belarusian Airlines (Belavia) started its official tender process to evaluate possible MRO software systems for managing its operator requirements almost two years ago. After a conscientious analysis of different software products, the advanced technology and sophisticated business functions of AMOS succeeded in convincing Belavia of the system’s superior qualities.

“The Russian market is a well-known market for Swiss-AS where AMOS has been sold numerous times and successfully implemented over the past few years. We are very enthusiastic to welcome Belavia in the large and continuously growing AMOS community.” reported Ronald Schaeuffele, CEO of Swiss-AS.

An AMOS “as is” implementation
The aim is to implement the fully-integrated AMOS solution “as is” with only some minor customisations.  Belavia will trust in the experience Swiss-AS has gained from over 130 successful implementations and Belavia will djust their business processes to what has proven to be “best industry practice”. The implementation project will start in September 2016 with a series of workshops and training sessions. The strong commitment of the project team and key users will be required to keep the Go-Live target date for July 2017. Thereafter, Belavia will fully manage a fleet of 4 CRJ, 4 Embraer and 16 Boeing 737 in AMOS.