Singapore’s Laminaar wins new African deal


South Africa’s flag carrier, South African Airways, has chosen Singapore-based Laminaar Aviation Infotech’s ARMS software following a competitive global tender process. The Star Alliance carrier had specified its need for a one-stop solution that would address flight planning, aircraft tracking, electronic flight bag (EFB) services in line with its initiative to promote paperless cockpit operations, enhance crew efficiency and lower total cost of ownership.

For Singapore-based Laminaar, this is its fourth win in a row in the African region in the last seven months. The consecutive wins further highlight that ARMS® is a reliable, future-ready, comprehensive and cost-effective solution for airlines seeking digital transformation and new technology adoption.

Laminaar CEO, Vivek Sheorey, says: “We are privileged to be chosen by South African Airways and thankful for the trust they have vested in us. We look forward to being the airline’s technology partner of choice in its journey of digital transformation and wish the carrier continued success in the future.”

ARMS is an application software solution for the aviation industry for digitalisation and workflow automation. It is modular, scalable-on-demand and covers every aspect of operations, people and maintenance management, bringing cost efficiency and resource optimisation.

The ARMS unified database facilitates collaboration and exchange of information between departments like network planning, flight operations, dispatch, engineering & logistics, safety & quality, crew management and training. ARMS powers the operations of 70-plus aviation businesses worldwide which include full-service airlines, budget carriers, air navigation service providers, ground-handling companies, business aviation, cargo and helicopter operators.

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