When Akasa Air, the new start-up airline in India, was searching the market for an MRO software solution that would meet its requirements, the airline had two major criteria to be considered: the start of commercial operation was planned for summer 2022 and the new software needed to support the airworthiness management of the fleet.
The start-up has 72 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on order and plans to have completed the inductions of the ordered aircraft by 2027, being the reason why the desired software must be scalable and capable to support fleet growth without adding complexity.
For these two reasons, the airline was looking for a partner who could develop a strategy tailored to Akasa Air, with the objective to initially support a timely go-live and, in a second phase, to increase the usage of the software functionalities and the automation of the processes.
The implementation has just been finalised after just three months of project work with a successful go-live – on time with the operational start of its first B737 MAX.
The Akasa Air team is relying on Swiss-AS’ cloud hosting services; the AMOS cloud hosting package, combined with AOS (management of application and database server), provides the customer with a fully cloud-hosted AMOS environment and ideal operating conditions to benefit from the full potential of AMOS. This option relieves Akasa Air of the need to operate a technical infrastructure on premise and provides an attractive and cost-effective alternative – being the perfect setup for a start-up airline