Small Planet Airlines takes off with AMOS

    23 Feb 2016


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Small Planet Airlines takes off with AMOS

February 2016

At a glance

  • Leisure carrier Small Planet Airlines chooses AMOS
  • Project kick-off already in December 2015
  • Implementation of AMOS Essentials

Small Planet Airlines decides for AMOS

After a short and concise evaluation process, Small Planet Airlines has decided to go for AMOS. Before signing contracts with Swiss-AS, Small Planet Airlines had already set-up an internal dedicated project team and the necessary IT infrastructure ready to welcome the project manager of Swiss-AS for the first kick-off meeting held mid of December. Both parties are confident that strong commitment on both sides will result in an early return on investment,

AMOS Essentials to fit for Small Planet Airlines

“We are very proud of this new agreement as it shows once again how AMOS can be flexible and adapted for the needs of small airlines as well as for big MRO providers” states Ronald Schaeuffele, CEO of Swiss-AS.
Indeed, Small Planet Airlines has selected the AMOS Essentials Edition for managing its full fleet of 18 Airbus A320 aircraft. This dedicated AMOS package consists of all high-end AMOS core modules and is offered with a tailored training and implementation plan including project management, consulting and data transfer support. The offer is a high quality implementation package at a favourable price which is the most efficient solution for smaller organisations.
Thanks to a strong and committed project team at Small Planet Airlines, the AMOS Go-Live is already planned for 31st of June 2016.       

“The challenge of having several AOCs and subsidiaries in many European countries and spreading into Asia makes this short and lean AMOS implementation rather unique. I feel confident that AMOS will support all future needs of our growing airline as we move towards new destinations, not only for our flights, but also in the scope of our undertaking.” said Erich Ceru, CTO of Small Planet Airlines Group.