Bees Airline takes off with AMOS

Bees Airline

At a glance

  • Another start-up airline “on approach” for AMOS
  • New Ukrainian airline signs for AMOS
  • Quick implementation targeted
  • Extensive AMOS know-how exists on customer side

Proven maintenance processes as corner stone for future growth

Bees Airline is a new start-up airline in Ukraine and has selected AMOS to support their business. One could almost say “selected AMOS again”, since the users all know AMOS very well.

“Happy customers are key to us and their word-of-mouth marketing is invaluable. Welcoming AMOS users back into the community since they opted for AMOS again in a new business context makes us very proud,” states Ronald Schaeuffele Scherer, CEO of Swiss-AS.

The current difficult market environment seems to be made for start-ups – Bees Airline being one of them. The “start-up-tailored” offer Swiss-AS proposed for this industry newcomer was the dealmaker. Operation of the startup shall commence in early 2021 and relying on a renowned and well-known system will help Bees Airline to achieve their operational goals. The two aircraft in their fleet were already managed in AMOS. Therefore, an AMOS-to-AMOS data transfer is required, which proceeds smoothly due to the AMOS standard transfer programs being available. This combined with the extensive and up-to-date AMOS knowledge of the users leads to the expectation that Bees Airline will go live with the AMOS Airline Edition in the shortest possible time.

The newest member of the community will implement AMOS “as-is”, without any customer-specific software changes and fully rely on the proven best-in-class processes that come with AMOS.

About Bees Airline

Bees Airline is the Ukrainian airline that was founded in 2019 in Kiev and is currently undergoing certification by the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine. The carrier plans to start operations at the beginning of 2021 with two B737 aircrafts. Their eager expansion plan foresees the fleet to double within only 6 months.

The base airport will be Kyiv Sikorsky Airport. Initially, the carrier will operate non-scheduled flights, and later scheduled operations will be added to the route network.
The airline has quite ambitious plans for the development of its own route network.

About Swiss AviationSoftware and AMOS

AMOS is a comprehensive, fully-integrated MRO software solution being developed and distributed by Swiss AviationSoftware. Swiss-AS, a 100% subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines has more than 190 customers worldwide and belongs to the industry-leading MRO software providers. Our loyal customer base includes pure operators of all sizes, major low-cost, regional and flag carriers, large airline groups and MRO providers. In the Americas and in Asia, AMOS is distributed through a partnership with Lufthansa Systems.