Hawai’i Island Air Selects RAAS
Honolulu, Hawai’i, USA – August 24, 2016 – Island Air has selected RAAS for complete management of aircraft maintenance processes including technical records, quality assurance, reliability, material management, procurement and expense tracking.
Island Air is an established regional airline with very experienced staff and comparably high-standards for what they feel a complete aviation maintenance system solution should look like. After significant due diligence, Island Air selected RAAS on the basis that RAAS meets their complete functional criteria, and as well the RAAS technological platform offers an extremely flexible application delivery model that, combined with AIS implementation services, is essentially a fully provisioned turn-key solution.
Island Air Director of Maintenance, Porter Mackenzie, says, “The RAAS suite completely meets our business requirements. Coming from a legacy system solution we expect to see substantial gains in manpower efficiency and decision support, and the data analysis features of RAAS are expected to lead to substantial cost savings within our maintenance operations.”
AIS Director of Operations and CEO, Eric Hansen, comments, “We are excited to work with Island Air during this time of transition and expansion. Through the evaluation process we have learned the Island Air team is very experienced and have set the functional bar quite high. As always we at AIS are stimulated by complex projects and are very happy to have been successful in demonstrating our capacity and winning the confidence of the Hawaii Island Air team.”
About Island Air
Island Air is the value leader in the Hawaiian Islands, offering 238 convenient flights each week
between O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i and Hawai‘i Island. The affordable alternative for interisland travel, Island Air’s 64-seat ATR-72 aircraft are able to provide captivating aerial views of Hawai‘i’s remarkable landscapes. Founded in 1980 as Princeville Airways, the company was renamed Island Air in 1992 and has been proudly serving the islands of Hawai‘i for more than 35 years.
Learn more at www.islandair.com.Posted in News