TUI Airline Chooses AVIATAR’s Health Management Solutions

TUI Airline has selected AVIATAR, Lufthansa Technik’s digital platform for its Boeing aircraft health management requirements. TUI’s five airlines from the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany are using AVIATAR’s Condition Monitoring application to manage its fleet of around 130 aircraft. TUI’s decision was made following a project for proof-of-concept to foster system alignment across its maintenance operations, which has proven the advantages of AVIATAR solutions for TUI Airline.  

Focusing on technical operations (tech ops), AVIATAR digital solutions for Boeing 787, 737-800 & 737-8 aircraft enable TUI’s MOC (Maintenance Operations Control) engineers to monitor and predict the technical condition of the airline’s fleet. Building on latest technology and customer centric developments, the new partnership allows TUI and AVIATAR to deliver future-proof solutions. The MOC called “Maintrol” at TUI is located at their UK & I headquarters at Luton Airport. 

“Working closely and hands-on with our engineering and maintenance teams, the AVIATAR team supported the transition from the previous system. They have been able to facilitate the transition by providing a straightforward and dynamic system for in-service defect troubleshooting. With the AVIATAR team’s continued cooperation on how to tailor and adapt the Interfaces to TUI’s evolving system landscape, we have built a strong and trusted relationship in just a few months,” said Niklas Kropp, project manager E&M, Transformation & Change, TUI Airline. “With AVIATAR we are able to enter a future-proof, innovative relationship characterized with short, agile development cycles and providing our people access to state-of-the-art digital technology.” 

“The professionalism of TUI Airline’s international team was very impressive and the foundation for the successful proof-of-concept. It is an honor for AVIATAR to work with such a cross-functional team bringing great dedication and unique expertise into the partnership”, said Frank Martens, Senior Director Sales and Customer Development, Digital Fleet Services, Lufthansa Technik AG. “But the best is yet to come: Our journey has just begun, and we will continue to grow our future capabilities for Boeing aircraft together. Taking TUI Airline’s demand for digitizing its engineering and maintenance operations, our newly founded Digital Tech Ops Ecosystem will pave the way for such digital innovations.”