Lufthansa Systems slot management for Malm? Aviation and Transwede
Braathens Aviation, the parent company of the airlines Malmö Aviation and Transwede Airways, is to implement Lufthansa Systems’ NetLine/Sched Slot Manager to optimise slot management. The two companies have signed a five-year agreement, expanding their successful co-operation in planning and operations control.
NetLine/Sched Slot Manager aims to resolve the complexities of developing, implementing, and managing airlines' slot situations. The solution handles slot planning in conjunction with schedule development and slot requests. It is integrated with NetLine/Sched, Lufthansa Systems' medium and short term scheduling system, thereby providing rapid slot communication and reaction possibility.
Malmö Aviation is the second-largest airline in Sweden. Its main business is scheduled domestic service from Stockholm/Bromma Airport. In addition the company provides charter service to more than 60 destinations in Europe. Transwede Airways’ mission is ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, Insurance)/wet leasing operations of aircraft for other airlines, with a focus on operations at London City Airport.
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