Alaska Airlines has signed on for a digital trial of Airvolution), AAR’s cloud-based platform for efficient component repair cycle management.
The two organizations will work closely over the coming months to achieve seamless integration of Airvolution with Alaska Airlines’ existing technology stack and selected supplier base. Airvolution enables customers to centralize and gain maximum visibility into their component repair cycle – as well as provides access to AAR’s proprietary analytics and business intelligence capabilities. Alaska Airlines expects to improve efficiencies, reduce operational costs, maximize productivity and gain enhanced component availability through Airvolution.
“Alaska Airlines is excited to begin a trial of this advanced component repair system to enhance our efficiency, reduce turnaround times and ensure maximum component availability,” said Justin Neff, Alaska Airlines MD, Engine, Component, Material and Lease Management. “This new partnership reflects the latest stage in an ongoing and successful relationship between our organizations and demonstrates our mutual commitment to efficiency and innovation.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Alaska Airlines to integrate our highly advanced component repair management system, Airvolution, into their supply chain,” said Ken Hein, AAR SVP of Operations. “This cloud-based, streamlined tool provides Alaska Airlines with real-time tracking and complete visibility of their component repair process, along with expert analytics, to transform their business and benefit their bottom line.”
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