Kalitta Air takes off with AMOS

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed April 26, 2017 17:31

Kalitta Air takes off with AMOS

Swiss-AS and its Miami based AMOS Business Unit within Lufthansa Systems have signed AMOS contracts with Kalitta Air after a long MRO software evaluation process.

“It is an honour for us to implement AMOS at Kalitta Air, an established cargo airline and a significant MRO provider in the USA,” states Ronald Schaeuffele, CEO of Swiss-AS.

With Kalitta Air performing in-house base maintenance activities at a large scale, this newly acquired customer will profit from complex functions being currently added to AMOS, such as graphical hangar planning, graphical monitoring of maintenance groundtimes, production and finance control dashboards.

Kalitta Air and Swiss-AS will team up to streamline the US carrier’s processes in accordance with industry’s best practice to bring a high level of efficiency to their business and strengthen their competitive edge.

The project team foresees an implementation without major software customisations – which is an excellent philosophy to ensure a swift implementation timeline. By replacing a scattered landscape of different maintenance applications by the single application AMOS, Kalitta Air can expect significant improvements in the cross-departmental communication,
data quality and planning reliability.

Kalitta Air is based in Ypsilanti, Michigan and privately held by Conrad Kalitta. The US airline started its operation in November 2000 and has grown to a present total of 22 B747 aircraft with the plan to add B747-400 to its all-freighter fleet.

“My team has spent many years researching and vetting out various MRO software programs and we are looking forward to integrating the AMOS system into our maintenance program and processes. This software will be key to improving our efficiency and a great benefit to Kalitta Air, Kalitta Maintenance and Kalitta Tire & Brake as we continue to advance and grow to meet the everchanging demands of aviation,” says Connie Kalitta, CEO and Owner of Kalitta Air.

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed April 26, 2017 17:31