Relaunched Tunisian carrier Syphax Airlines has signed up for Rusada’s airworthiness, MRO and flight operations software, ‘ENVISION’.
Syphax Airlines is based at Sfax–Thyna International Airport and plans to commence flights this summer using a fleet of Boeing 737-800s. The airline will operate passenger flights to multiple destinations in Africa and Europe, and plans to grow its fleet in line with market demand.
The airline has signed up for seven of ENVISION’s modules covering fleet management for airworthiness, line maintenance, inventory management, and flight operations.
Rusada said it would begin the implementation project immediately to ensure the system is live in time for Syphax’s first flight.
Syphax Airlines’ chief operating officer Foued Chokri Ziadi said: “A key aspect for us in our search for a solution, was a multi-discipline approach. We wanted one system that could link our airworthiness, maintenance, and flight ops together, allowing for maximum efficiency and visibility across our operations.
“We also needed flexibility for our future growth, and we found ENVISION to be as capable managing a fleet of one as it is of one hundred.”
Rusada’s CEO Julian Stourton commented: “We are delighted to be playing a vital part in the next stage of Syphax’s history. The team they have in place possess a wealth of experience, so the fact that they chose ENVISION as their solution of choice is a great statement.
“We will ensure that this new beginning ends in a resounding success and look forward to a fruitful partnership in the years to come.”