Wizz Air, established in 2003, provides low-cost air transport to and from Central and Eastern Europe. Being an AMOS customer since 2010 and operating 106 Airbus aircraft (72 Airbus A320, 34 Airbus A321) the workload of AMOS has increased during the last couple of months. Having in mind that Wizz Air has got further 265 aircraft in the order book, the IT department realized that it would be good to get additional external support regarding AMOS. Wizz Air decided in favor of CrossConsense because of their proven customer support given to other major European airlines like EasyJet, Brussels Airlines, Volotea and Lufthansa CityLine (amongst others).
Christian Ambiehl, Head of Maintenance at Wizz Air says: “We successfully used CrossConsense products and skilled services for our initial implementation of AMOS 9 years ago and continuously used their system interfaces which always proved to give professional results. CrossConsense has an extensive experience and is a recognized partner of SWISS Aviation Software for long years and became one of most knowledgeable AMOS experts on the market so the decision of working together was made easy for us.
We are confident that this partnership will be an extended collaboration and productive innovation.“