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Lufthansa Technik strengthened partnership with Saudi low-cost airline flyadeal

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Lufthansa Technik strengthened partnership with Saudi low-cost airline flyadeal - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
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flyadeal has entrusted Lufthansa Technik with enhancing its maintenance and engineering processes and by selecting Swiss-AS’s AMOS Airline Edition software package and Aircraft Engineering Services. The Jeddah-based airline is well positioned to achieve operational excellence and increase productivity through the digitalization of its technical operations. AMOS serves the airline as a central hub for managing maintenance operations, leveraging data-driven insights to optimize efficiency, ensure compliance, and drive innovation in aircraft maintenance practices. Lufthansa Technik Aircraft Engineering Services will continue to deliver extensive engineering solutions for flyadeal such as maintenance programs, life-time status tracking and in-depth reliability analysis of the entire fleet by using AMOS and cloud services.

Ahmed Bakadam, flyadeal Director of Engineering & Maintenance, commented: “flyadeal is delighted to strengthen our partnership with Lufthansa Technik on the engineering and maintenance side, and begin working with Swiss-AS to enhance the digitalization of our technical operations. This is a major step towards optimizing flyadeal’s maintenance activities through digital platforms ensuring greater operational efficiency and lower operational costs.”

Philip Mende, Vice President Digital Fleet Solutions at Lufthansa Technik said: “We are grateful for flyadeal’s continued trust in the expertise of Lufthansa Technik. Our Digital Tech Ops Ecosystem is playing a key role in shaping digital transformation in the technical operation of aircraft. While AMOS delivers great and increasing value individually, the combination of all digital solutions within our ecosystem further provides additional benefits for our partners.”

Frank Martens, Senior Director Sales AVIATAR, Aircraft Engineering Services and Digital Products, added: “We are pleased to continue to support flyadeal with our Aircraft Engineering Services. We focus on the technical optimization of the fleet based on a continuous, safety-oriented and closed-loop monitoring system. Our partner benefits from our specialization in providing technical services in AMOS by using a cost-efficient global production system enhanced with digital, intelligent workflows and provide data-driven recommendations for corrective actions as well as follow-up and feedback for continuous monitoring.”





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