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Seabury Solutions delivers technology solutions to Zimbabwe Airways

Posted 2 October 2018 · Add Comment

Seabury Solutions, a provider of information technology solutions for the aviation industry, has announced the addition of Zimbabwe’s new start-up airline, Zimbabwe Airways.

 

The airline will begin the certification process with the aircraft, under control of Alkym Management and Control System for Aircraft Maintenance, with Its first of the four new Boeing 777 aircraft landing in Herrera already having its data loaded into Alkym.  

“Working with new start-ups is key to building our customer base and something that brings great pride to see them grow with our solution at their core,” said Seabury Solutions SVP, Head of Sales & Marketing, John Barry.

Zimbabwe Airways have selected to use the full Alkym suite and will phase it into the operation as it grows and matures. With the new Mobile platform, Alkym brings its current module list to eighteen.

Captain Simba Chikore, CEO Advisor with Zimbabwe Airways, commented:” Our projected growth plans were set in motion many months ago. We sought to work with the best in the business on all aspect of the organization. No higher priority could be assigned to the safety of our operation. Working with Seabury Solutions ensured we had proven leaders in the field of Technical Operations. Alkym meets our requirements specification. However, for us it was the people we dealt with in the process that assured us we made the right decision.”

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