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Boeing to optimise crew operations for Royal Air Maroc

Posted 12 February 2019 · Add Comment

This agreement is the first of its kind between Boeing and an African airline.

Boeing today announced an agreement with Royal Air Maroc to use a suite of Boeing AnalytX-powered crew solutions to bring greater efficiency to the airline's planning and operations. The airline will be the first in Africa to use the advanced solutions, which include Crew Pairing, Crew Rostering and Crew Tracking — with options to add modules in the future.

"We are excited to bring the most advanced data analytics capabilities to support Morocco's flag carrier," said Ihssane Mounir, senior vice president of Commercial Sales & Marketing for The Boeing Company. "Our Crew Optimization solutions were created to help our customers optimize staffing across their entire fleet."

Crew Pairing helps airlines create optimized work duties, improving staffing efficiency and overall safety, while minimizing costs. Crew Rostering allows airlines to build rosters that respect crew members' preferences and constraints. Crew Tracking helps airlines detect, resolve and follow-up on changes to crew planning.

The Boeing AnalytX-powered Crew Optimization products are provided through Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen.

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