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Air Tanzania teams up with Maureva for Flight Scheduling & Crew Management Solution

Posted 14 March 2019 · Add Comment

Air Tanzania has joined the growing list of carriers that have chosen to implement Maureva’s, ALEXIS – Flight Scheduling & Crew management Solution, to improve daily operations, enable better decision-making, enhance aircraft as well as crew utilization and better manage disruptions.

By implementing ALEXIS to replace legacy manual processes, the solution’s powerful combination of controls and advanced features will streamline Air Tanzania’s operational processes, allowing the carrier to efficiently generate optimized flight schedules, improve resources planning, allocation as well as crew satisfaction.

“The automated control capabilities and flexibility provided by our ALEXIS solution will enable Air Tanzania operations to improve their efficiency and will enable quick return on investment. We look forward to working closely with our new partner airlines to help them meet their operational goals”, said Nicolas Pardieu, ALEXIS Functional Specialist in Maureva.

Maureva is a Mauritian leading software and service solutions provider for the airline industry. As an IATA strategic partner in both Airline Revenue Accounting and ONE Order program, Maureva is proud to serve this industry and more than forty prestigious Airline companies stretching all over the five continents, and to enable them to strengthen their competitive advantage, to lower their costs and to gain easy access to comprehensive insight analytics.

 

 
 
 
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