Just like some of the world’s major airlines, your company will benefit from our professional knowledge to improve performance, save money and create highly effective in-flight services.
And you’ll be looked after in much the same way as your passengers. Every airline has a member of staff dedicated to its account, along with technical support whenever needed.
Get in touch today and see how we can give your in-flight service system a boost.
Managing your in-flight services can be a complex and time-consuming affair.
You want it done right, so that your department works at full capacity and delivers a first class service. You don’t want your staff spending time learning how to use the system and troubleshooting when they run into difficulties.
An efficient IFS system requires accurate monitoring and reporting on anything from budgets to inventories.
We provide a variety of business intelligence and reporting services to help you refine and constantly improve IFS performance, as well as build business continuity plans and budget effectively.
In an airline industry that is constantly changing and developing, new IFS systems need to be implemented on a regular basis.
In order to streamline this process, Lomature can manage your project and put it into action, using our expertise to guarantee all key elements are in place and staff suitably trained. Read More
Having the right software and user-friendly interface is essential to the smooth running of any IFS system. A system designed for general use often falls short of your airline’s specific needs, so you need something more bespoke.
Lomature create software that compliments your current IFS system, such as AirVision or eGate. We offer a full technical service, from software development to implementation, and guarantee the results will fit your requirements perfectly. Read More
When implementing or managing any in-flight services system, training is vital to maximise its impact.Read More
March 24, 2017
Carrier Will Take Delivery Of Its First Of The Type Later This Year Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) has signed an agreement with the Airbus Asia Training Center (AATC) in Singapore to provide A350 XWB training to the carrier's flight crew. ...read more
March 23, 2017
Result Will Help Pilots Modify Flight Plans To Reduce Or Mitigate Sonic Boom Impacts Rockwell Collins recently teamed with NASA to demonstrate its Sonic Boom Display at the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center. The usability demonstration and pilot working group meeting marked a major milestone in the two year project. ...read more
March 23, 2017
Effective Balance Between Security And Safety Is An Ongoing Priority A number of ICAO Member States have begun to set out new restrictions on electronic items which can be carried on board passenger flights originating from other States. ...read more
March 23, 2017
Will Be Used To Build A One-Third Scale Prototype Of A New SST Boom Supersonic has completed a $33 million Series A round of fundraising, which should be adequate to build and fly its first XB-1 demonstration aircraft, according to the company. ...read more