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Aerolíneas Argentinas takes off with AMOS


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Aerolíneas Argentinas takes off with AMOS

At a glance
  • Aerolineas Argentinas and its sister airline Austral kicked-off the AMOS project in late 2014
  • Implementation expected without customer specific software developments
AMOS expands its presence in the Americas
After an intensive MRO software evaluation, Swiss-AS and its Miami based AMOS Business Unit within Lufthansa Systems are delighted to announce that Aerolineas Argentinas along with their new MRO software solution to lead them into the future.

“The AMOS team is honoured to team-up with Aerolineas Argentinas and Austral. We are convinced that AMOS is the perfect fit and the decision to implement AMOS as-is underlines the functional maturity of the system,” says Ronald Schaeffele, CEO of Swiss-AS.

The selection process was very involved and focused on system functionality, user friendliness and state-of-the-art technology. In the end AMOS was the clear winner by the selection team. It is expected that with AMOS the internal processes will be fully remodelled within both companies and will bring great efficiencies to the business enabling the companies to grow and compete in the very dynamic and aggressive market of Latin America. The focus in the implementation is on using the system as-is without any customisations. This approach will help to streamline the implementation process and to ensure an on target go-live.

About Aerolineas Argentinas
Aerolíneas Argentinas is one of the largest airlines in South America. In addition to its domestic flights within Argentina, it also flies to 24 international destinations in the Americas, Europe and the South Pacific. It’s been implementing an ambitious fleet renewal program since 2009, with a current fleet including Airbus 330 / 340, Boring 737 Next Generation and Embraer 190. In August 2012, Aerolíneas Argentinas joined SkyTeam, one of the world’s largest airline alliances.

About Swiss AviationSoftware and AMOS
AMOS is a comprehensive, fully-integrated MRO software solution being developed and distributed by Swiss AviationSoftware. Swiss-AS, a 100% subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines has more than 130 customers worldwide and belongs to the industry-leading MRO software providers. Our loyal customer base includes pure operators of all sizes, major low-cost, regional and flag carriers, large airline groups and MRO providers. In the Americas, AMOS is distributed through a partnership with Lufthansa Systems.

“AMOS is a strategic tool for our company. It’s a great improvement that will allow us to be more efficient in our maintenance management, we will be able to achieve important savings as a result of a better performance in the area”, said Mariano Recalde, CEO of Aerolíneas Argentinas.