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OSyS signs Fuel Management contract with Air Mauritius


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Reston, Va., March 1st, 2013 – Air Mauritius has selected the Optimized Systems and Solutions (OSyS) Fuel Management Solution (FMS) to further optimize its operational fuel usage, reducing associated costs and emissions.

“As an airline, we continue to focus on the improvement of our operational efficiency, including effective fuel management, which has a decisive impact on our bottom-line ,” said Fooad Nouraully, Executive Vice President Corporate Communications. “The OSyS solution will enable us to better manage our fuel conservation initiatives.

“Our selection by Air Mauritius is another great step for OSyS,” said Mark Goodhind, Vice President of Operations Optimization at OSyS, “As our initial customer in the African region, this continues our global success in 2012. We are delighted to be supporting Air Mauritius in delivering its fuel efficiency program, and we look forward to working together and providing the required tool to measure their operational performance.”

The OSyS FMS continues to evolve to meet the needs of airline operators, offering a better vision of fuel cost controls within the context of their individual operations. Along with the OSyS emissions monitoring and reporting service, the company’s expertise serves airlines’ goals of achieving a more sustainable business.

NOTES to Editors:

1. Optimized Systems and Solutions (OSyS) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Group plc, with 400 employees serving a customer base that includes Fortune 100 companies in more than 100 countries. For over a decade OSyS has been delivering expert insights around the globe to operators of high value assets, to OEMs and to companies that provide asset services. OSyS unlocks the full decision-making power of complex asset data, enabling customers to balance their cost, risk and performance parameters.

2. OSyS core competencies are built on software and consulting expertise for intelligent data management and integration, and predictive analytics that drive equipment health monitoring and management. Extensive OSyS domain knowledge and proven processes serve compliance and assurance, risk analysis automation and fleet-plant-operations optimization. OSyS is Expert Insight Delivered. For more information, please visit the OSyS website at

3. Air Mauritius, the national airline of Mauritius is one of the largest companies of the island in terms of turnover. For the third quarter (Oct – Dec 2012) of the current financial year, it posted a net profit of EUR 6.1 million. The airline’s network covers 18 destinations in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Indian Ocean and operates a fleet of 12 aircraft.

The airline has earned international recognition both for its quality as a service provider and for its sustainability as a business. Air Mauritius has consistently been awarded the World Travel Awards - the last in 2012 – ‘Indian Ocean’s leading Airline’, amongst other distinctions.

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Mark Goodhind
VP Operations Optimization
Optimized Systems and Solutions
Tel: +44 (0) 7792 190 732