May 17th, 2021
BRISBANE, SINGAPORE. Bravo Passenger Solutions is proud to announce that Alliance Airlines has gone live with the Bravo Passenger Service System (“PSS”) Avantik. Alliance has immediately realised a number of benefits from the customised PSS solution. Avantik has been tailored to the needs and requirements of its passengers and corporate customers, especially Alliance’s resource sector Fly in-Fly Out (FIFO) business. Bravo is now the system of choice for FIFO operators with some of the largest airlines in the sector using the tailored system for this unique business model.
Alliance is one of the largest airlines in Oceania. With its fleet of 46 aircraft and 25 additional aircraft scheduled to join the fleet in 2021 and 2022, the airline provides charter, fly-in-fly-out services, wet-lease and scheduled flights across Australia.
The scalable and customisable Bravo PSS is supporting the extensive operations of Alliance featuring more than 110 daily flights and operating at almost 50 airports with the Avantik Departure Control System (DCS) now at each one. The Bravo PSS enables Alliance to manage their passenger services from a single place including inventory management, distribution as well as check-in and boarding facilities. When it comes to the front-end applications, both, the mining customers of Alliance and passengers alike are enjoying the device-agnostic solution and the unique allotments module specific for the FIFO airlines. Moreover, the integrated and easy to use DCS now in use at the almost 50 airports for Alliance was implemented with minimal training required.
“At Bravo, we have done many complex migrations and implementations of new customers. This project in the COVID 19 era forced us to migrate Alliance without a single face-to-face meeting in such a short period of time. I am very proud of the entire Bravo teams in Bangkok and Prague who worked closely with the Alliance team in Brisbane to make this a reality under unique circumstances. Our industry is one of partnerships and our partnership with Alliance and has just begun.” said Jason Bitter, CEO of Bravo. “We will continue this hard work together with the experienced Alliance team, making Bravo PSS the most favoured PSS platform in Oceania and for the FIFO industry worldwide.”
Stewart Tully, COO at Alliance Airlines added: “I just wanted to pass on my thank you and acknowledgement for all the efforts and dedication of the Alliance and Bravo teams to making cutover happen in a relatively short period of time. We are very pleased to have embarked upon what we believe will be a long and fruitful relationship where both companies can work together to continually improve even more”.
Alliance Airlines is Australasia’s leading provider of contract, charter and allied aviation services. Alliance also operates scheduled services across Australia. The Company currently employs in excess of 590 committed and experienced personnel, operating out of eight bases located throughout Australia. The airline’s core principles include safety, reliability, on-time performance and financial sustainability. The Company has operational bases in Brisbane, Townsville, Cairns, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Rockhampton and Darwin. Alliance operates a fleet of 46 aircraft, comprised of Fokker 50, Fokker 70, Fokker 100 and E190 with a 25 further Embraer 190 planned to enter service during 2021 and 2022.
Bravo Passenger Solutions is a provider of customisable passenger service systems for airlines and other modes of travel. With bases in Singapore, Bangkok and Prague and hosting in Switzerland, Bravo provides reliable PSS service on a global basis with its easy to use, innovative and customer-tailored Bravo PSS solution.