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T'way set to fly high with Ramco

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T’way Airlines is in the process of implementing Ramco’s Series 5 Aviation M&E software. The software, which will be interfaced to the T’way flight operating system, is expected to introduce best industry practices in the maintenance of the aircraft and reduce aircraft turnaround times.

Based in Seoul, South Korea, T’way Airlines is the first official low cost airline offering scheduled flights between the Seoul Gimpo Airport and the Jeju International Airport. Established in 2004, the airline operates a fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircrafts.

Under the agreement, Ramco will deliver the complete web-based Series 5 M&E system, including Maintenance Programs, Supply Chain Management, Maintenance Execution for Line, Shop and Heavy operations and Reliability.

Commenting on the agreement, Jim Fitzgerald, President of Ramco Systems Global Aviation Solutions said, “We are pleased to have T'way Airlines as one of our newest customers implementing our Series 5 M&E software. Series 5 will be interfaced to the T’way Flight Operation system, thus providing them a full end-to-end solution utilizing Ramco’s state-of-the art VirtualWorks™ e-connect toolset wrapped around the M&E / MRO suite,”

According to a T’way communications representative, “T’way Airlines is excited and we look forward to implementing Ramco Aviation Solution. It will ensure that we achieve our goals, related to a highly competitive cost structure and future expansions.”

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