Boeing signed an agreement with RAM to provide solutions for boosting crew management, planning, and operations strategies.
By Mohammed Amine Benabou
Boeing announced on February 12 that it struck a deal with Royal Air Maroc (RAM), agreeing to equip the latter with cutting-edge technology tools to boost RAM’s aviation services, planning and operations.
The Boeing and RAM agreement makes Morocco the first in Africa to adopt advanced optimization technology.
These features were powered by Boeing AnalytX through its subsidiary Jepessen.
Boeing, one of the global leaders in the aerospace industry, will provide three advanced technology solutions: crew pairing, crew rostering, and crew tracking.
The crew Pairing feature helps in work duties enhancement, to improve crew efficiency and optimize performance and services geared to meeting customers’ needs while keeping costs at minimum.
Crew rostering is a system that ensures seamless duty assignments to crew members, ensuring a fairly distributed workload among crew members, while crew tracking help keep monitor, resolve, and track fatigue risks.
Vice President of Commercial Sales & Marketing for The Boeing Company, Ihsane Mounir, stated that “we are quite enthusiastic about providing cutting-edge data analysis technology for our company.”
He added “the range of solutions we provide have been designed to deliver optimum operational performance for our crew members to ensure to meet the preferences of our clientele across all fleet”
This agreement makes Morocco the first country to adopt the Boeing advanced tools with the possibility of adding more in the future.