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Rusada ENVISION selected by Lanmei Airlines

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Dana Ermolenko
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Cambodian low-cost carrier Lanmei Airlines has signed up for Rusada’s MRO and Flight Operations software, ENVISION.

Lanmei Airlines commenced operations in September 2017 and has since seen a rapid expansion of its fleet and routes. It now serves the destinations of Bangkok, Hong Kong, Macau, Sihanoukville and Palau from its bases in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. The airline’s fleet now stands at 9 aircraft, all of which are A320 family.

Rusada will begin the implementation project immediately with a view to go live by the end of the year. Lanmei have signed on for 9 of ENVISION’s modules including Base, Line and Component Maintenance, as well as Finance & Accounting and Human Resources.

Joey Li, Executive VP Maintenance & Engineering at Lanmei Airlines said:

“We chose ENVISION for its wide range of functionality and easy-to-use interface. It was imperative for us to find a system that could seamlessly manage multi-company and multi-country relationships and provide total visibility across our growing organization.”   

Julian Stourton, CEO at Rusada said:

“This is another really key partnership for us here at Rusada. Lanmei Airlines are an exciting carrier with great ambitions, so to be on this journey with them is a great privilege. We will be there to assist them in any way we can.”  



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