Wizz Air becomes partner for Lufthansa Technik's
neutral and open MRO IT-platform
At MRO Europe 2017, Lufthansa Technik AG and Wizz Air have announced
that the largest low-cost carrier of Central and Eastern Europe
partners with Lufthansa Technik's MRO platform AVIATAR for its future
digital fleet solutions.
With its open and modular architecture AVIATAR allows not only the
safe storage of Wizz Air's operational data, but the data can be used
for predictive maintenance solutions, condition monitoring and fault
Christian Ambiehl, Wizz Air's Head of Maintenance, said: "As one of
the most innovative low cost Airlines in Europe, WIZZ also has a
track record of economic success. Working with AVIATAR we are going
to bring additional value and benefits to our fleet operations by
interconnecting our various data sources on a single screen. As a
long-term Lufthansa Technik customer, we appreciate their focus on
the technical and operational side of the airline business."
Christian Langer, Head of Digital Fleet Solutions at Lufthansa
Technik, said: "Wizz Air has demonstrated how a start-up airline can
become a strong player in Europe's airline market. The digital
journey of Wizz Air has just begun and we look forward to co-create
new apps and digital solutions for a physical business with one of
Central and Eastern Europe's leading low-cost carrier. This start-up
spirit combined with the skills and technical operations vision of
Wizz Air will help AVIATAR to become an even stronger partner for
operators in their digital transformation strategies. "
AVIATAR allows operators and other players in the MRO market to
collaborate on an open and neutral platform.
The platform applies analytical models to provide new insights,
recommendations and notifications, enabling clients to make faster
and better decisions. AVIATAR rewards its users through the
optimization of operating hours, reduced consequential costs and
safer as well as more reliable fleet operations, serving airline
passengers around the world.
AVIATAR is an OEM-spanning platform, independent of Lufthansa Technik
and any MRO service contracts. It serves as a central and connecting
hub for apps that offer digital products and services for the
aviation industry. Specified to the individual needs, clients can
select from those apps and chose the ones they prefer.
At MRO Europe 2017 Lufthansa Technik will present AVIATAR and
different applications at its booth (#323). Experts from Lufthansa
Technik's new Digital Fleet Solutions division will be available for
detailed information. Further information can also be found at