Laminaar Aviation Infotech has announced ARMSÂ® (Aviation Resource Management System) implementation for new customers across North and South America, the company said.
Ameriflight Inc., headquartered in Dallas Fort Worth (TX), is the largest United States FAA Part 135 cargo carrier that has chosen to implement the ARMSÂ® V2 OPS suite in its first phase of a potential three-phase implementation that could see other ARMSÂ® V2 applications being deployed.
Western Global Airlines LLC, headquartered in Estero (FL) and one of the fastest growing cargo airlines in the world, operating wide-bodies such as the MD-11F and 747F, is implementing the ARMSÂ® V2 M&E suite along with options on deploying progressively, other applications from the ARMSÂ® V2 suite.
Northern Aviation Services Inc., headquartered out of Anchorage (AK), is America´s longest, continuously operating, all-cargo airlines and offers a variety of aviation services through its subsidiary companies including Northern Air Cargo and Aloha Air Cargo among others. NAS is implementing the ARMSÂ® V2 OPS suite.
Sky Airline S.A., with its primary operational base out of Santiago, is a low-cost passenger airline in Chile serving the South American region. SKY is implementing ARMSÂ® V2 across its operational spectrum starting with OPS applications in a staggered implementation plan.
Laminaar Aviation InfoTech Pte Ltd., is headquartered in Singapore and owns the Intellectual Property Rights for the ARMSÂ® suite of application software products. Laminaar designs and produces innovative InfoTech solutions for the global aviation and airline markets, helping airlines leverage new technologies at a cost-effective price point.