Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA), the world’s
largest seaplane operator, has chosen Aviation Resource Management
System (ARMS), from the Singapore-based company Laminaar Aviation Infotech, to manage its flight
The Laminaar solution will be a blend of ARMS
Crew Management Sub System (CMSS), plus ARMS on Mobile (AOM), and
will be compatible with TMA’s existing mobility applications and
The win is significant for Laminaar. TMA
operates 52 de Havilland Canada Twin Otter seaplanes, the world's
largest seaplane fleet, out of the seaplane terminal co-located at
the Velana International Airport, Maldives.
TMA is also the oldest
air transfer operator in the archipelago, providing seaplane
transfer services to a large number of tourist resorts.
airline is one of the largest employers in Maldives with
around 1000 employees, including nearly 300 crew members.
Laminaar CEO, Vivek Sheorey, said, "Being chosen
by Trans Maldivian Airways is a matter of great pride for us.
ARMS will be a force multiplier for Trans Maldivian as a
comprehensive one-stop solution for crew, be it training,
scheduling, rostering, logistics or documentation."
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