Chilean Airline Selects Seabury Solutions’ Industry-Leading Software to Carry Out the Maintenance Management of Its Growing Fleet
Shannon, Ireland – August 2, 2017 – Seabury Solutions, a subsidiary of Seabury Capital LLC and the market leader in providing Information Technology solutions for the aviation industry, announced today the addition of Latin American Wings (“LAW”) to its customer base. With the Chilean airline joining the expanding base of Alkym® solution’s airline customers, the company continues to aggressively increase its global market share. The Alkym software is expected to ensure LAW’s increased efficiency within the technical operations for its fleet of Boeing 737-300 aircraft.
“With an extensive implementation history and satisfied clients in over 80 counties, we provide proven quality solutions that both new and existing clients can trust,” said Seabury Solutions Vice President LATAM Manuel Roche. “This cornerstone of our business for the past 15 years has fueled our growth, and with LAW coming into our customer community they will witness first-hand this philosophy.”
From the latest version of Alkym, where LAW had the option to take up to 18 different modules, they decided to begin with the 7 core Engineering, Maintenance and Logistic modules. Each client can select the modules that suit current needs and be assured further integration is ready when they need it.
Andrés Dulcinelli, General Manager of Latin American Wings, commented: “Our projected growth plans required that we incorporate a solution to perform the maintenance management of our aircraft in an efficient way. This led us to choose Alkym, a world-class software that not only meets our current needs, but will also accommodate the company’s future growth with regards to new aircraft models and the incorporation of a new fleet.”
ABOUT LATIN AMERICAN WINGS
LAW began operations in January 2016, with the opening of its first route to the Dominican Republic. It currently covers the destinations of Lima, Punta Cana, Caracas, Isla Margarita, Port-au-Prince, Mendoza and in the domestic market, Concepción and Puerto Montt. The company has a fleet of five Boeing 737 aircraft. The airline transported more than 30,000 passengers last year and is in the process of expansion in Latin America. Since February, LAW began operating in the cargo transportation business, through its subsidiary LAW Cargo, covering each of its current destinations. LAW is a member of the Chilean Association of Airlines A.G. (ACHILA), the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). www.vuelalaw.com