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Company News

19 March 2009



March 19 2009, Moscow. – Aeroflot has introduced the new Automated Operations Management System (AOMS). The system covers all the elements of flight management: flight planning and control, daily schedule optimization, failure situation management. The system has no analogues in Russia in terms of scale and complexness, and enables a non-stop real-time exchange of information on flight planning and performance. The system spares pilots a large number of manual routine operations, and allows more time for decision making, which directly results in better flight safety.

The project is being implemented within the program aimed at complex automation of operations. The system will enable specialists from the Flight Control Center (FCC) and Failure Situation Management Center (FSMC), and in a short time, from Aviation Technical Center (ATC) and Land Navigation Complex (LNC), to obtain full real-time information on all the aspects of the continuous flight process.

During the system development, experts from Aeroflot and the Research Institute of Management Problems at the Russian Academy of Science examined all the details of the systems installed in the world’s leading airlines such as Air France, Lufthansa, Iberia, American Airlines, and closely studied their experience, in order to include the best features in the system tailored individually for Aeroflot.

According to Aeroflot’s COO Vladimir Antonov, “AOMS satisfies the latest technical standards. It allows faster and better aircraft servicing, complex flight planning and management, which is vital for a company with a broad route geography and large air fleet”.


AEROFLOT is headquartered in Moscow, in the Sheremetyevo International Airport. As Russia’s largest carrier, the company flies around 10 million passengers annually, together with its subsidiaries, around 12 million passengers.

Aeroflot operates its own flights to 96 destinations in 48 countries. It accounts for over 45% of Russia’s scheduled international traffic. The company strives to enhance its share of domestic traffic, which now is 12.5% (with its subsidiaries, 17%).

Aeroflot is a member of SkyTeam, a global airline alliance. Aeroflot has given its customers an access to a route network covering 905 in 169 countries (more info is available on our website www.skyteam.com). Aeroflot operates code-sharing agreements with 28 foreign and Russian airline companies.

Aeroflot has one of Europe’s youngest air fleets that consists of 96 aircrafts, more than half are state-of-the-art airliners. The air fleet is regularly replenished. The company plans to receive the new generation Russian airplanes Sukhoi SuperJet-100.

Aeroflot complies with the highest international safety standards. Following the results of the International Air Transport Association’s Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), the company was the first Russian carrier to be included in the IOSA Registry. In 2007, Aeroflot confirmed the certificate in compliance with the new, a more strict regulation version. Since March 2008, the company’s Quality Management System has been certified as complying with ISO 9001:2000.
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PR Department