flydubai selects Airpas Aviation’s cost management solution
With one of the youngest and most efficient fleets in the skies today the current fleet of 61 Boeing 737 aircraft is set to grow significantly over the next few years. Airpas solution will deliver real-time access to information for both finance and non-finance staff across the organisation with a centralised system for control with de-centralised access available to all relevant flydubai users including the Finance Department.
flydubai’s Senior Vice President, Finance, Arbind Kumar said: “After a careful evaluation process we opted for Airpas as we believe this cost management solution best meets the needs of flydubai. The project is moving ahead and within a short period we hope to benefit from all the improved efficiency gains and reduced operational costs that the system is designed to help us achieve.”
Airpas Aviation MD, Reinhold Renger said: “flydubai is committed to offering a high quality service with a focus on great ‘on-time’ performance at affordable fares and this is quickly becoming recognized throughout its diverse network spanning across Africa, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Indian Subcontinent and the Middle East. Their decision to select our fully integrated product, including a vast array of add-on modules again underlines our ability to support, manage and develop the ever-growing needs of the Dubai-based carrier’s business model.”
About flydubai: flydubai began operations in 2009 with the aim of taking more people to more places, more often. In just a few years, flydubai has firmly established its place in the region. Today, the airline flies to more than 100 destinations operating out of Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International (DWC). It’s opening up opportunities for travel, tourism and trade across the region. By opening up new markets, it’s changing the way people look at travel while contributing to the growth of Dubai as an aviation hub. flydubai has rapidly developed an international network of more than 100 destinations in 46 countries, most of which previously had no or very few direct links to the UAE.