KLM cityhopper and Lufthansa Systems extend agreement
KLM cityhopper will continue to optimise its crew management and operations control using NetLine/Crew, NetLine/Ops and NetLine/Ops Maintenance Control from Lufthansa Systems for another three years. A contract extending the current agreement has been signed between the two partners, which have worked together since 2001.
KLM cityhopper uses NetLine/Ops and NetLine/Ops Maintenance Control to optimise the day-to-day operation, considering aircraft utilisation as well as maintenance issues. The integrated use of the NetLine products provides the Dutch airline with flexibility and the ability to explore additional cost saving potentials.
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