HCMC – Vietjet on November 26 signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Swiss Aviation Software (Swiss-AS), a leading provider of aviation maintenance solutions based in Switzerland, to further extend its adoption of Swiss-AS’ maintenance and engineering solution AMOS to support its fleet.
The event was witnessed by Swiss President Guy Parmelin and Vietnamese State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc during the latter’s official visit to Switzerland.
Vietjet and Swiss-AS will extend their cooperation to cover various areas, strengthening the existing long-term strategic partnership over the next 10 years.
Swiss-AS and its relevant subsidiaries will provide Vietjet with the AMOS platform for aircraft technical management on mobile devices, allowing full automation and digitalization for Vietjet’s engineers.
In addition, Vietjet will use the system with more capacity and update other AMOS modules to better serve in-house management, including the automation of planning, aircraft scheduling and budget management.
Swiss-AS will also provide the AMOS “train the trainer” program for Vietjet with notable frequency and scale in the coming periods.
Fabiano Faccoli, COO of Swiss-AS, said, “Swiss-AS is looking forward to further strengthening the partnership, and, through its AMOS product suite and services, be instrumental in digitalizing Vietjet’s technical operation. Swiss-AS shares Vietjet’s customer-focused strategy and is keen to support Vietjet to further improve productivity and quality through innovation, technology and creativity.”
Vietjet has applied AMOS since 2012. With AMOS, Swiss-AS has supported Vietjet in fleet maintenance and optimization for more than 90 aircraft with up to 1.15 million hours of safe operation, with on-time performance reaching over 90% and technical reliability standing at 99.64%.
The airline received the highest safety ranking of seven stars by AirlineRatings and was hailed as one of the top 10 safest and best low-cost airlines in the world in 2020.
Vietjet Managing Director Dinh Viet Phuong said the development and constant upgrade of AMOS would enhance Vietjet’s capabilities in fleet operation and management, thus serving its customers better while optimizing the airline’s operational cost.