Canadian North is the second airline in the Americas region to join the AMOS community since the recent setting up of a USA office through a partnership deal of Swiss-AS and Lufthansa Systems.
After the expected 10 months implementation, the Canadian airline will be in the position to monitor all aspects of its MRO business operations on an end-to-end basis with AMOS. The approx. 100 users will be trained via a mixture of e-learning, on-the-job and class-room training.
“Canadian North is looking to streamline their processes and bring real efficiencies to their business, and after a detailed review process, identified AMOS as the best way to achieve this. I expect there to be many other companies in the region to follow suit,” says Daragh Cunningham, Lufthansa Systems senior director AMOS Americas.
AMOS will be rolled out enterprise-wide without any customizations. “With the selection of AMOS, we looked to consolidate several maintenance systems into an all-in-one program. AMOS was selected as it is a superior system that allows consolidation of nearly all aspects of our maintenance operations,” states Neal Liesemer, Canadian North director of Maintenance.
ABOUT EZNIS AIRWAYS
Eznis Airways is a Mongolian domestic airline, with its headquarters in Ulaanbaatar. The airline was established in 2006 and the first scheduled service flight was from Ulaanbaatar to Choibalsan in December, 2006.
Now the airline operates scheduled and charter flights to 14 destinations within Mongolia as well as international scheduled service to Hailar in China’s Inner Mongolia region Ulan-Ude in Russian Federation’s Buryat Republic.
Eznis Airways has recently signed a Strategic Partnership Agreement with All Nippon Airways (ANA) to establish the long term development of air transportation between the two countries.