Cathay Pacific and Lufthansa Systems have migrated the airline’s operations and business critical systems to the Global Aviation Cloud (GAC), including NetLine Ops++, NetLine/Sched and NetLine/Plan. The migration to the GAC represents a strategic step towards optimising operational efficiency. The GAC’s secure and scalable infrastructure ensures a reliable performance and seamless integration of Lufthansa Systems’ products.
“We are pleased to have these operational and business critical systems in Lufthansa Systems’ Global Aviation Cloud,” said Lawrence Fong, Director Digital and IT, Cathay Pacific. “Having been working with NetLine/Plan, NetLine/Sched and NetLine/Ops++ we have experienced Lufthansa Systems as a reliable partner. This new infrastructure set up has enabled us to deliver enhanced value to customers faster and with improved performance.”
NetLine/Ops++ is the operation control system from Lufthansa Systems. Cathay Pacific is benefiting from the systems’ ability to optimise the daily utilisation of flights, an increased user productivity and improved airline management when there are deviations from the regular schedule. By collecting and evaluating a wide range of data such as critical weather conditions or technical aircraft limitations, NetLine/Ops++ can alert Cathay Pacific about potentially critical situations so the airline can quickly initiate measures to prevent and resolve disruptions.