Arajet Airline opts for TRAX eMRO

Despite the ongoing Covid-pandemic worldwide, startup airlines continue to launch. Dominican Republic aviation regulatory authorities (JAC) have recently approved 30 routes for the newly re-branded Arajet Airline, formerly Flycana, as the country’s first ultra low-cost carrier.

Arajet will operate scheduled and non-scheduled passenger and cargo service with a fleet of five Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. Arajet is set to begin operations at its hub based at the Las Américas International Airport (SDQ) in Santo Domingo, the second-busiest airport in the Dominican Republic. Routes will include international flights to the United States, Cuba, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago, Netherlands (Netherlands Antilles), and France (French Caribbean Antilles).

The airline has inked a deal with TRAX to implement the web-based eMRO system to manage maintenance activities on its Boeing fleet of aircraft. Implementing the eMRO cloud solution with its leading-edge technology will bring many advantages to Arajet. Users can have maximum mobility while accessing required documentation and electronic data, viewing assigned maintenance tasks, receiving real-time updates on planned and completed work, tapping into integrated materials modules, and an overall increase in cost savings, enhanced productivity and efficiency.

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