World-famous Emirates optimizes cost management with airpas
Every time an aircraft takes off it costs money. Yet there are few other sectors where the factors influencing costs are so varied and hard to control as in the airline industry. Airpas Aviation enables airlines not only to keep an eye on costs but to manage them actively. Its “airpas” product provides airlines with a sector-specific software solution that takes all direct flight-related costs into account. Now Emirates has decided to replace its long-standing internal DOC management tool with a new solution provided by Airpas Aviation.
“Emirates is a tremendous airline that has developed fantastically in the past few decades. In September we’ll be going live with modules in the fuel and overflight business areas for our client. That will enable the carrier to get a grip on complete cost control of the two biggest single cost factors in the DOC area,” says Airpas Aviation CEO Reinhold Renger, welcoming the opportunity to work with the major new client. “Emirates will also be relying on our tried-and-tested standard modules for contract management and invoice verification,” he adds.
Emirates and Airpas Aviation – global player meets market expert
Emirates is one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, with more than 200 aircraft flying to over 130 destinations in Asia, Europe, North America, Africa, Oceania and South America, and operates direct services from Dubai to the German cities of Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich. A winner of over 500 awards, the international carrier was the first foreign airline to offer a scheduled Airbus A380 service to Germany.
Airpas Aviation’s clients include Ryanair, TUIfly, Condor, Air Berlin, SunExpress, airBaltic, Royal Air Maroc and SkyWork. The standard product – highly efficient invoice reconciliation, including automated accruals – is now being used successfully by more than 25 airlines. As a full service provider, Airpas Aviation can deliver single source operation if required.