Kenya Airways case study
With a vision to be the ‘Pride of Africa’, Kenya Airways, is indeed one of Africa’s leading airlines. It’s won a string of recent accolades, including an International Safety Award in 2014, and in the same year, it was named among the top 10 most improved airlines in the Skytrax World Airline Awards.
Kenya Airways started using the Fuel Plus platform in 2006 so they are now expert users of the software.
HOW KENYA AIRWAYS HAS BENEFITED
“We use the system as our fuel data bank; a resource that stores all of the important information about fuel prices, fuel consumption and fuel activities, enabling us to make better decisions,” says Isaac Wanyoike, Shared Services Manager for Kenya Airways.
“It allows us to make more accurate fuel forecasts and pay only for the fuel we have used, as well as reducing the time we spend filing EU ETS reports.”
WHY KENYA AIRWAYS CHOSE US
Isaac explains: “We were persuaded to use FuelPlus because of some key features, such as the way it handles fuel data and reports, its ability to check invoice validity and post to our accounting systems. In fact, its capability to interface with other systems was one of the major plus point for us.”