SriLankan Airlines is to implement Swiss-AS’ ‘AMOS’ software.
The airline will use ‘AMOSmobile/EXEC’, a touch-optimised add-on to AMOS, to perform all line and base maintenance activities paperlessly.
This is expected to add value “not only in terms of cost, but also in terms of time, ensuring high productivity whilst maintaining quality, safety, and consistency”.
SriLankan Airlines has also selected ‘Swiss-AS Cloud Hosting’, which includes ‘AMOS Operation Services’. The hosting services eliminate the need for SriLankan Airlines to maintain a technical infrastructure on site whilst enabling the airline to operate in compliance with the latest security and IT standards, Swiss-AS said.
“I am pleased to announce our partnership with Swiss-AS and the adoption of the AMOS NewGen MRO System, which is a crucial step toward realising our digital vision,” said SriLankan Airlines’ group head of information technology Chamara Perera.
“The implementation of AMOSmobile and cloud-hosting services will allow us to digitise and streamline our maintenance procedures, increase efficiency, and reduce overall costs through process automation. We look forward to a successful go-live and utilising state-of-the-art features for which AMOS is highly trusted and appreciated by its loyal customer base.”
SriLankan Airlines’ head of engineering Arjuna Kapugeekiyana commented: “I am confident that AMOS will provide SriLankan Engineering with modern technology and insights that are required to streamline maintenance processes and optimise the efficiency of line and base maintenance, component tracking and much more. We can further enhance the safety and reliability of our aircraft and passengers’ onboard experience by leveraging on the technology and tools of AMOS.”
With a project implementation timeframe of approximately 12 months, Swiss-AS said it had prepared a service package to ensure that the system will go-live by the end of 2023.