Development of an Information Database for the Integrated Airline Management System (IAMS)

Ruta Bogdane, Yasaratne Bandara Dissanayake, Silva Andersone, Aleksandrs Bitins


In present conditions the activity of any enterprise is represented as a combination of operational processes. Each of them corresponds to relevant airline management systems. Combining two or more management systems, it is possible to obtain an integrated management system. For the effective functioning of the integrated management system, an appropriate information system should be developed. This article proposes a model of such an information system.


Aircraft; airline; flight safety; management system; process approach; quality indicators; quality management system

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DOI: 10.1515/tae-2017-0002


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