Posted on: 24 June 2015 by Mark Howells
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) has reached an agreement with Mobile Service Enabler specialist, Teleena, to provide the carrier’s pilots and cabin crew with the “iPad4Crew” offering to improve work efficiency.
iPad4Crew is designed to decrease paperwork to a minimum whilst maintaining a high level of security.
"For KLM it’s a challenge to be at the forefront of the European airline industry,” said a spokesperson for KLM. “Responding adequately to market opportunities and technological developments is therefore key. The initial challenge with ground and flight personnel is being repeatedly engaged with large amounts of paperwork needed to administer flight schedules and passenger lists. Providing the cabin crew and pilots with a secure iPad solution makes a huge different in saving time and paperwork which has resulted in a significant cost reduction.”
“We are proud to be working closely with the KLM team and to be part of this project,” commented Tassos Georgiadis, director major accounts of Teleena. “Teleena shall investigate and work closely with KLM on developing several other projects in the future to help maintain KLM’s competitive position. And in doing so also ensure a healthy and profitable balance between the companies’ interests keeping employees and customers loyal to the KLM brand.”