After a five-month selection process, Norse Atlantic Airways, a new low-fare, long-haul airline based in Norway, chose AMOS in the autumn of 2021. The evaluation of maintenance and engineering software was part of Norse’s business fundamentals and it started discussions with Swiss-AS very early in its start-up phase, putting confidence and trust in Swiss-AS that AMOS will support the carrier in getting its brand-new airline off the ground.
The very lean project is already well underway, and the Swiss-AS project team is assisting Norse in setting up its processes. The aim is to adopt what has emerged as “best practice” as a result of the experience of more than 190 preceding successful AMOS implementations. The Swiss-AS project team is now pressing ahead to complete the data transfer for Norse.
Norse Atlantic Airways’ goal is to manage a single-type fleet of all B787 aircraft in AMOS. The go-live will include the full range of AMOS Airline modules and will enable Norse to exploit the advanced functionality for which AMOS is highly valued by its loyal customer base. The first flights are expected to take-off in spring of 2022.Email Post to a Friend