Saudi Arabian airline flynas is now live with the AMOS system from Swiss-AS.
It follows a contract signed at the beginning of 2022 and a successful 14-month implementation period.
It means that the airline can now benefit not only from the system but also from its add-on products such as AMOSmobile/EXEC, enabling paperless execution of all line and base maintenance activities, as well as AMOSmobile/STORES, facilitating the daily operations of storekeepers via a mobile device.
flynas also states that is looking forward to using some of the AMOS-related interfaces, allowing them to further extend their use of the system.
According to flynas, the implementation project to move from the legacy system to AMOS resulted in a smooth and positive transition for all staff at the airline.
flynas states that Swiss-AS‘ AMOS has streamlined staff processes and now allows them to effectively manage airworthiness and maintenance data. In addition, thanks to a very dedicated and agile project team, flynas’ end-users have been able to acquire confidence and solid knowledge about AMOS’ capabilities.
As in every software implementation project, the data transfer is one of the key success factors for a timely launch, and flynas benefited from the expertise and experience of Swiss-AS and its partners CrossConsense and AWS, who provided professional support throughout the entire project.
flynas has 51 aircraft and operates more than 1,500 weekly flights to over 70 domestic and international destinations. Since its launch in 2007, the airline has transported more than 60 million passengers.