Dzuleira Abu Bakar headed to aviation industry as CEO of regional airline SKS Airways, starts on 15 Sept
Described by SKS as transformative, purpose-driven leader with excellent track record SKS leasing 10 Embraer E195-E2 single-aisle jets with operations from Subang Airport
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Ramco Systems has opened an engineering laboratory in Singapore that will develop advanced aviation IT solutions, announcing Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance as its first anchor partner.
Garuda Indonesia is looking to cloud-fuelled digital transformation in its journey to become a fully ‘IT-based airline’ within five years.
Low-cost carriers are not only taking advantage of the commodisation of air travel to beat the traditional full-service carriers, but they also come armed with the cultural mindset needed to leverage today’s technologies.
There was at least a bit of silver lining in beleaguered national carrier Malaysia Airlines’ troubled year – it announced that it has deployed a full suite of aviation solutions by Ramco Systems in a record time of 11 months.
Perkasa Jauhari Sdn Bhd, the turnkey contractor which designed and built the air traffic control tower at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (klia2), has implemented Schneider Electric’s Uniflair Precision Air Conditioning solution to keep the mission-critical equipment running at optimum.
Malaysian digital payments startup Soft Space International Sdn Bhd is gearing for 2015 to be a red-letter year with a number of new solutions – and more importantly, innovative use cases – that will roll out this year.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) said that it and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have introduced TCS CrewCollab Solution, a tablet-based mobile application for cabin crew to deliver more personalised customer service and to automate and streamline their in-flight processes.
Tokyo-based Internet services powerhouse Rakuten Inc announced that it has agreed to acquire an 18% stake in AirAsia Japan Co Ltd, the new low-cost carrier (LCC) set to be launched in Japan by AirAsia Inc, Asia’s biggest LCC.