Global Aviation software specialist, Ramco Systems announced its strategic engagement with Korean Air, a flag carrier of South Korea and its largest airline, to implement its flagship aviation software, Ramco Aviation Suite at Korean Air's Engine Maintenance Centre.

The implementation of Ramco's Aviation Software will replace multiple legacy systems to streamline operations across current engine shops and planned expansion sites. With comprehensive MRO-specific functionalities, and integrated e-publications, Ramco Aviation will be the technological foundation for Korean Air.

Ramco's robust Engine MRO solution will cater to the current and future expansion plans of the airline, thereby strengthening its aircraft engine maintenance capabilities and solidifying presence in the MRO segment. Chan Woo Jung, VP & Head – Maintenance & Engineering Division, Korean Air, said: "Airlines today are grappling with the need for efficient engine maintenance.

“These needs prompted us to embark on our ambitious journey to build Asia's largest engine maintenance complex and expand our capabilities to service more engine types. The implementation of Ramco's Engine MRO capabilities will help us enhance our facility's efficiency and precision and set new standards in engine maintenance, positioning us as a top MRO provider."

Commenting on Ramco's success in MRO segment, Sundar Subramanian, CEO, Ramco Systems, said: "We are thrilled to join forces with Korean Air and support them in their expansion journey to emerge as the leading MRO provider, globally.

“Our relentless focus on building a best-in-class MRO Suite, complete with specialized Engine MRO functionalities has proved to be a game-changer."

Ramco Aviation Suite is trusted by 24,000+ users to manage 4,000+ aircraft globally. With 90+ Aviation organizations onboard, Ramco is the solution of choice for top Airlines, 3rd party MROs, large Heli-Operators, leading Defence organizations, and major Urban Air Mobility companies around the world.