(STOCKHOLM) The A.P. Moller Maersk Group owned cargo airline Star Air has signed up for the aircraft and crew management system – RAIDO for its 12 B767F operation with base in Cologne.
“We have a longterm relationship with Aviolinx. They have for the last 10 years been acting our operations center co-ordinating all aspects of the daily operation as an integrated part in our activities always acting to our full satisfaction. We have closely followed the development of the RAIDO system and can now see that it is a mature and well developed system” – says Finn Neesgaard COO of Star Air
The implementation has already started and the goal is to have the system up and running before the summer vacation. The implementation also includes the development and implementation of a new integrated SLOT management system.
“We are of course very happy that Star Air has taken the decision to implement RAIDO This will help both Star Air and our own staff to run the planning and operations in an efficient way” – says Joakim Andersson CEO of Aviolinx
Star Air is a Danish cargo airline, part of the A.P.Moller-Maersk Group, specialized in providing highly reliable cargo lift capacity. Their Headquarter is located in Copenhagen Airport, whilst the main operational hub is located in Cologne, Germany. Star Air was founded in 1987 and started the operation with two Fokker F27. Today they operate a fleet of 12 Boeing 767-200 SF’s. The Star Air mission is to provide quality service to our customers, which we accomplish through our commitment to safety, efficiency, punctuality and flexibility.