Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 7 January 2015
AerData, the provider of lease management, records management and engine fleet planning software announces that Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, has selected AerData’s STREAM software.
STREAM (Secure Technical Records for Electronic Asset Management) is the industry’s foremost web-based solution used by some of the world’s largest airlines, lessors and MROs to manage aircraft and engine records.
Commenting on the announcement, Mark Nieuwendijk, Managing Director of AerData said “We are delighted to announce another airline customer for STREAM. Air Serbia is a growing airline having only commenced operations last year and we look forward to contributing to its success into the future.”
AerData provides lease management, records management and engine fleet planning software, fleet and valuations data and technical and back office services for aircraft and engine operators, lessors and MROs. With a strong customer focus AerData delivers a reliable and secure service to its clients using latest technologies and state of the art infrastructure.
AerData was acquired by The Boeing Company and became part of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services in May, 2014. AerData products are now part of the integrated suite of aviation services marketed as the Boeing Edge. These include parts, training, engineering, maintenance and software solutions that increase the efficiency and profitability of airlines and leasing companies.
Air Serbia is the national airline of the Republic of Serbia. They are engaged in the transport of passengers and cargo in scheduled and charter services, crew and airline staff training and other business activities.
Air Serbia serves more than 30 Euro-Mediterranean destinations directly from Belgrade's Nikola Tesla International Airport.
Air Serbia currently operates a fleet of 19 aircraft, comprising 2 Airbus A 320, 6 Airbus A 319, 4 737-300, 3 ATR 72-200 and 2 ATR 72-500.
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