CrossConsense proudly announces the completion of yet another successful data migration project. This endeavour involved the integration of the aircraft type B737MAX into Luxair’s Aircraft Operations Control (AOC) system, a critical step in enhancing operational efficiency and ensuring a seamless transition for the Luxair fleet.
Luxair, the national airline of Luxembourg, embarked on a strategic initiative to incorporate the B737MAX aircraft into their fleet. Given the significance of this endeavour and the expected usage of the B737MAX for the next 15-20 years, Luxair’s management recognized the need to establish a sound foundation in their AMOS system. The airline engaged the expertise of CrossConsense’s data migration specialists to accomplish this crucial task.
The primary aim of the project was to seamlessly integrate the new B737MAX aircraft type, hitherto not part of Luxair’s AOC, into the existing Luxair AMOS system. This integration also encompassed the meticulous migration of aircraft-related data for two B737MAX aircraft into Luxair’s AMOS.
“We are thrilled to have played a pivotal role in Luxair’s strategic initiative to integrate the B737MAX aircraft into their operations,” said Axel Christ, Managing Director of CrossConsense. “Our team of dedicated data migration specialists worked tirelessly to ensure a smooth transition, enabling Luxair to leverage the full potential of the new aircraft type within their AMOS environment.”
CrossConsense’s extensive experience in aviation technology solutions, coupled with their proficiency in data migration, proved instrumental in the success of this project. The seamless integration of the B737MAX aircraft into Luxair’s AOC system sets the stage for enhanced operational capabilities and streamlined maintenance processes.
Christoph Blaha, VP Technical Services:
“With CrossConsense’s expertise and tools, we could handle the 737MAX plane’s complex data migration process efficiently. This collaboration has helped us to reduce the time required to set up this new fleet in AMOS and phase-in two aircraft in only a few months. The collaboration with CrossConsense enabled us to take benefit of all AMOS functionality in record time.”
With this latest achievement, CrossConsense continues to solidify its reputation as a premier provider of aviation technology solutions. The company’s dedication to excellence and its unwavering commitment to delivering tangible results position them as a preferred partner for airlines seeking to navigate the complexities of technology integration and data migration.
Founded in 1961, Luxair is a key player in the economy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the surrounding Greater Region. Passenger air transport is probably the most well-known activity of the general public. Luxair offers fast air service to most major cities, business centers and international hubs in Europe. The airline offers maximum flexibility to its business customers and quality travel to its leisure customers. Luxair’s tour operator offers a wide range of packages and themed holidays through its tourism division. Luxair is also the provider of airport services at Luxembourg Airport and its air cargo division handles all kinds of goods with ease and efficiency.
Sabena Engineering has selected CrossConsense as main supplier to provide AMOS Support, AMOS Hosting and the migration of existing data into a new system. The aim of this new collaboration is to migrate the existing AMOS environment from Lufthansa Technik Maintenance International (LTMI) which Sabena acquired in December 2021, to a newly hosted environment.
Axel Christ, Managing Director of CrossConsense: “I am proud of our team at CrossConsense. Our consultants perform data migration projects including database splits or mergers. Our AMOS supporters help our customer’s users if they get stuck. And our data engineers take care of all kinds of interfacing or reporting tasks. The whole team has years of aviation experience. Throughout the pandemic, we kept our team stable, and our customers well cared for. This demonstrates the value of a dedicated, professional AMOS support service. In the same way that we are recognized AMOS experts, Sabena is an experienced and well-renowned MRO provider. We are very proud of adding them to the diverse list of our customers.”
Nicolas Bertrand, AMOS Project Manager of Sabena Engineering: “We selected CrossConsense because they were the only partner capable to cope with the scope of our demand, combining a wide range of services and expertise to support the initial migration, the setup of our new system and the associated hosting services. Thanks to the CrossConsense consultants and support team, we are on the way to make our AMOS instance the core system of our MRO organization.”
About Sabena Engineering:
Sabena Engineering, with its headquarter located in Brussels Belgium, is an international MRO provider offering sustainable maintenance and engineering solutions to the Commercial Aviation and Government/Defense markets. Sabena Engineering’s activities include Line & Base Maintenance; Aerostructure & Components Repair; CAMO & Engineering, Design & Manufacturing; Engine Services and a Maintenance Control Centre offering 24/7 support worldwide.
Sabena Engineering draws on nearly 100 years of experience and the expertise of more than 900 employees operating in 15 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to serve airlines, governments and air forces worldwide.
Sabena Engineering is part of the Orizio Group, a unique industrial ecosystem focused on the sustainable development of the aerospace industry that brings together agile, forward-looking and high-tech companies.
Founded in 2002, Frankfurt Germany-based CrossConsense offers its customers in the commercial aviation industry, highly skilled services, designed to buttress their productivity and uptime performance, based on sound knowledge in the areas of maintenance, engineering and logistical support. CrossConsense maintains a staff of 20 dedicated, experienced, and motivated team workers. CrossConsense’s portfolio stretches from AMOS Support, BI-Management, Data Migration and Hosting to the products Aircraft Fleet View, ACSIS (tool for predictive maintenance), AviationDW (tool that supports airlines to get an overview over all KPIs the airline is interested in) and the Approval App. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian’s FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd., CrossConsense also offers solutions for Fuel Management, Turn Process Management and other software applications as well as AFIRS hardware that collects data during flight. CrossConsense is dedicated to helping airlines to achieve their goals through the application of innovative technology solutions. FLYHT is headquartered in Calgary, and is an AS9100 Quality registered company and CrossConsense is ISO9001 certified.
CrossConsense, the Germany-based leading provider of aviation technology solutions, has successfully fulfilled its mandate by flynas, the Saudi air carrier and the leading low-cost airline in the Middle East, to migrate data from the legacy MRO system to AMOS.
Our data migration consultants completed a successful, smooth installation and integration of AMOS with solid support from flynas management, enhancing flynas’ efficiency and performance after their record-breaking results in 2022. This achievement is a crucial step towards flynas’ goal of becoming a fully digitized airline, and a significant milestone in their digital transformation strategy.
AMOS is a comprehensive, fully-integrated MRO System that maintains aircraft’s maintenance and engineering activities. In addition to the procurement, logistics, and finance.
The data migration process included various data sources. Such as; legacy MRO system, PDF files, Excel files, and other sources. The teams of flynas and CrossConsense worked closely together to ensure a smooth process, the sources added.
The sources pointed out that the success factors of the project include support from management, clear target definitions, and a qualified project team.
flynas is looking forward to the many benefits this new MRO system will bring. By partnering with CrossConsense, flynas has leveraged its experience and expertise in software solutions, ensuring the project was a success.
flynas, the Saudi air carrier and the leading low-cost airline in the Middle East with 48 aircraft, operating more than 1500 weekly flights to 70 domestic and international destinations.
Since its launch in 2007, flynas has transported more than 60 million passengers. Recently in 2022, flynas has been awarded the Skytrax Award as the Best Low-Cost Airline in the Middle East for the fifth time in a row 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021. In addition, it was ranked among the top 10 Low-Cost Airline worldwide, as per the prestigious Skytrax which is the most important global forum for the aviation industry. flynas has earned several accolades, including the Middle East’s Leading Low-Cost Airline award from the World Travel Awards for eight consecutive years (from 2015 till 2022) as well as it was ranked in the 4-star low-cost carrier category, the highest category of the low-cost airline in the world by APEX rating.