In a significant move to streamline its operations and provide enhanced services to airline customers, NAS Colossal Aviation Services (NCAS) has entered into a transformative agreement with Ink, a leading provider of aviation solutions.
The partnership is set to revolutionize passenger handling at O.R. Tambo International Airport, one of South Africa’s busiest aviation hubs.
Under this groundbreaking collaboration, NCAS will implement Ink’s Departure Control System (DCS), allowing them to serve a diverse range of airline clients more efficiently.
The implementation timeline is remarkably swift, with the system expected to go live within a mere three weeks.
Ink’s Departure Control System is renowned for its multi-channel capabilities, offering NCAS the flexibility to utilize both the Desktop and Mobile DCS across their daily operations.
This technological leap promises to enhance flexibility, simplify load control calculations, and enable passengers to check in seamlessly online.
Pieter Calitz, the IT Manager at NAS Colossal Aviation Services, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, “In evaluating and selecting a DCS solution, we focused on industry knowledge, committed support, and value proposition. Ink DCS provided NCAS with all of this. Their approach to accommodating challenging implementation timelines is very professional. With Ink DCS, we can accommodate not only current but also future clients. Accessibility is key, and the Ink mobile solution will give us even more flexibility to better serve our customers.”
Blaine Powell, Chief Sales Officer at Ink, also expressed his delight regarding this partnership, saying, “We are delighted to welcome NCAS to the Ink community of airlines, airports, and ground handlers. Our suite of innovative solutions will support NCAS’s long-term growth plans by helping deliver unrivaled experiences for passengers and making it easier for them to attract new airline customers.”