Small Planet Airlines forms partnership with Airpas
The Lithuanian headquartered carrier is expanding its network continuously and currently operates 15 Airbus A320, expanding to 21 aircraft before the summer 2016. The airline will use the Airpas solution to accurately control its direct operating costs and route results by closely monitoring expenditures and supplier contracts.
Small Planet Airlines' CFO, Halldor Sigurdarson said:
“After a careful evaluation process we opted for what we believe is the best cost management solution on the market, airpas. The project is already driving ahead, and within a few months we hope to benefit from all the efficiencies and profit improvements that the system is designed to help us achieve.”
Airpas has been the market leader in cost management and route profitability solutions for over 13 years now and has helped airlines like Emirates and Ryanair to effectively control their DOCs and manager their financial processes.
Airpas Aviation CEO, Reinhold Renger said:
“Proven once again that airpas is the most cost effective, integrated DOC management solution for airlines we are delighted to welcome Small Planet Airlines as our third Baltic customer.
With the success stories in completed projects in Europe, we look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship with Small Planet Airlines, supporting the critical job of cost and invoice management.”
About Small Planet Airlines - Small Planet Airlines is a leisure airline which flies European (including Great Britain, Poland, Lithuania, Italy and Germany) and Asian passengers. Operating 21 aircraft in 2016, the company works with some of the biggest holiday operators around the world and flies passengers to Greece, Spain, Turkey, Bulgaria and other countries during the summer season. During the winter season it moves some of its aircraft to the Asian region. The airline also organizes special flights to fly national delegates and athletes as well as private reservations.