Ural Airlines takes off with AMOS

    03 Jul 2018


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Ural Airlines takes off with AMOS

Ural Airlines goes for AMOS

At a glance

  • AMOS Airline/MRO Edition chosen
  • 8th Russian customer joining the AMOS Community

Ural Airlines staff highly motivated to roll-out AMOS

03 July 2018 –Swiss-AS is pleased to announce that Ural Airlines has selected AMOS to replace its M&E legacy system.

This decision strengthens the AMOS footprint in Russia as Ural Airlines becomes the 8th Russian aviation organisation to choose AMOS in this significant market for Swiss-AS.

“We are honored about Ural Airlines’ decision to go for AMOS, which demonstrates our constant commitment to the Russian market. By implementing AMOS, Ural Airlines’ manpower can be redistributed to focus on more advanced and complex innovation and digitalization projects rather than taking care of an outdated legacy system embedded in a fragmented MRO-IT landscape”, states Ronald Schaeuffele, CEO of Swiss-AS.

Ural Airlines has opted for the AMOS Airline/MRO Edition, which perfectly fits the business context: Ural Airlines will manage with AMOS their own maintenance requirements as an airline while also performing considerable 3rd party maintenance activities. The Airline/MRO Edition will bring increased efficiency to Ural Airlines by providing the tools necessary to accurately manage the planning and execution of aircraft maintenance.

With AMOS being a community product, the standard software AMOS can be adjusted to the individual needs of the airline via hundreds of parameter settings options. The objective is to implement AMOS “as-is”, since the software contains the input of a large and active AMOS community and reflects customer requirements and state-of-the-art processes. This approach is the best way to ensure that the implementation will be hitting key targets: A smooth implementation within time and budget.

The project team of Ural Airlines is highly motivated and eager to a roll-out the Swiss M&E software to the 350 designated AMOS users as soon as possible.