Laminaar Aviation's implementation team has
delivered its proprietary ARMS applications software solution to
Korean carrier Jin Air.
Due to COVID19 restrictions, the critical
final phases of deployment were delivered remotely from locations
in India and Singapore, with not a single engineer or project
manager on site in Seoul.
Leading the engagement with Jin Air was Collins
Aerospace Systems, the exclusive global reseller of ARMS.
Laminaar Aviation Infotech CEO, Vivek Sheorey,
said, “We did the impossible, delivering a solution needing no
less than the most intricate handling, 100 percent remotely. I
thank Jin Air for believing in us and to Collins Aerospace for
their support all the way. To my team all I can say is, you’ve
done us proud.”
The solution mix for Jin Air is a combination of
ARMS stand-alone modules, namely Commercial Planning (CPSS),
Flight Operations (FOSS), Crew Management (CMSS) and the Load and
Trim feature (L&T) from the Flight Planning & Dispatch module.
The airline is also using Laminaar’s tablet-based
ARMS on the TAB components: Electronic Flight Bag (EFB),
Electronic Flight Folder (EFF) for the flight crew, and the ARMS
on Mobile (AOM) smart mobile interface for the workforce.
Jung-ho Choi, CEO of Jin Air, said, “As the first
airline globally to implement the full suite of ARMS and the first
in South Korea to utilize Collins Aerospace ARINC Integrator, we
recognize the importance of leveraging on technology innovations
to support a more robust system for our operations.”
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