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AIMS Signs Six More Airline Clients
AIMS Corp has announced the implementation of its "state-of-the-art", technologically advanced Airline Information Management System (AIMS) with six more Airline clients worldwide.
In the Middle East, Kuwait National Airways (Wataniya), who will commence operations in January 2009 with a fleet of A320s and Royal Jet based in Abu Dhabi, who serve the needs of the area with a sizeable fleet of Business Jet aircraft, have joined the ever-expanding AIMS client base in the Middle East region, which includes Etihad, Gulf Air, MEA Middle East Airlines, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian and Yemenia.
Expanding on their already unprecedented market share in Europe, their clients now include WHITE Airways of Portugal, who provide logistical support for the Corporate, Inclusive Tour, and the Oil Industry with an operating fleet of helicopter, Airbus and Corporate Jet aircrafts, Air Slovakia of the Slovak Republic who provide scheduled and charter services to Europe, the Middle East and India, and Blue Wings whose rapidly expanding fleet of Airbus' operate scheduled, unscheduled and ad-hoc charters out of Germany.
Aerocontractors, the specialist operator for the Oil and Gas Industry in Nigeria, who operate a fleet of Helicopter and Boeing 737 aircraft, providing much needed logistical support to the Nigerian Oil Industry, also joined an ever expanding AIMS client base within Africa which includes Virgin Nigeria, Air Algerie, Comair and Kulula.
Serving the needs of Northern Canada, AIMS signed First Air, a unique carrier operating in the Arctic with every type of northern air operation imaginable, and Sunwing, the fastest growing tour operator in Canada with a fleet of 737-800, to complement our long standing client Air Transat, Canada's largest tour operator.
Air China Cargo in Beijing, with an expanding fleet of 747 aircraft, have also signed with AIMS to support their cargo operations, just like many other cargo carriers have done to date, such as, Atlas Air, Cargolux, DHL, European Air Transport, Polar Air Cargo, Bluebird Cargo, Tradewinds and others.
About AIMS Software
AIMS is a complete, fully developed, integrated and operationally proven system using Windows Client Server-based technology. Designed to assist airline management to efficiently control and minimize costs related to crew, aircraft, flight support staff, administration, hotel, transport and communications, AIMS helps airlines to streamline business operations and productivity, while minimizing crew fatigue, promoting flight safety and raising crew morale.
Proven to be exceptionally quick and easy to install, operate and support, airlines can be fully operational on AIMS within a few weeks from software delivery.
Despite difficult global economic conditions around the world, AIMS continues to expand and contribute to the success of more than 85 airlines in over 40 countries.
About AIMS Corp.
Founded in 1973, AIMS Corp. is one of the world's largest suppliers of Crew Management, Operations Control and Commercial Planning Systems and is among the few companies in Airline Information Technology Systems to achieve ISO 9001-2000 certification.
For more information or to schedule a free one-day User/Technical Management presentation at offices in Miami or Athens and in major cities around the world, please contact Sales & Marketing Director, John Bethanis at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.aims.aero
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