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TMA to adopt LAMINAAR software solutions

Ahmed Aiham
16 September 2019, MVT 11:49
A Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA) seaplane docked at Velana International Airport. PHOTO: HUSSAIN WAHEED / MIHAARU
Ahmed Aiham
16 September 2019, MVT 11:49

World's largest seaplane operator, Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA), on Monday decided to implement Singaporean Company LAMINAAR Aviation Infotech's ARMS Crew Management Sub System (CMSS).

TMA’s existing mobile applications are compatible with LAMINAAR's software solution which includes a combination of CMSS and ARMS on Mobile (AOM). The software will assist flight operations, crew management, engineering and logistics amongst other areas within aviation.

“Being chosen by Trans Maldivian Airways is a matter of great pride for us. ARMS will be a force multiplier for Trans Maldivian as a comprehensive one-stop solution for crew, be it training, scheduling, rostering, logistics or documentation", said LAMINAAR's CEO Vivek Sheorey.

TMA currently operates a total of 52 de Havilland Twin Otter seaplanes, with a workforce of approximately 1,000 employees.