Yemen Airways "Yemenia" Selects Ramco's M&E Solution

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Lawrenceville, New Jersey - January 20, 2009 - Ramco, the Global Aviation Maintenance & Engineering (M&E) and Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) software provider, announced today that Yemen Airways has selected its' M & E Software Solution.

We are very pleased to have reached an agreement with Ramco to use their specific MRO software solution for our MRO operations. We have chosen Ramco as the best suited for our operations. Once implemented, it will improve our internal operations and serve as a mission critical value added business solution for Yemenia to serve its present and future Customers.

"We are very pleased to have reached an agreement with Ramco to use their specific MRO software solution for our MRO operations. We have chosen Ramco as the best suited for our operations. Once implemented, it will improve our internal operations and serve as a mission critical value added business solution for Yemenia to serve its present and future Customers." said Capt M. Al-Sumairi, Deputy Managing Director, Yemen Airways.

"Yemenia is the most recent addition to Ramco's Aviation-MRO Family of Customers. Ramco's Aviation Solution will support Yemenia's M&E operations and aircraft fleet. Yemenia also provides full MRO operations and services to 3rd parties and will be among the 1st Airlines globally to receive the latest A350XWB. Yemenia will be supported by Ramco's Chennai Aviation Solutions operation. We are very excited to add Yemenia as our most recent Aviation Customer in the Middle East/ North Africa region." said Jim Fitzgerald, president, Ramco's Global Aviation & MRO Solutions.

About Yemenia

Formation of Yemenia (Yemen Airways) in 1978 marked the beginning of a new era in air travel service and progress in Yemen. By the end of 1979 Yemenia had taken delivery of four brand new B727 -200s and in 1980 two DH7s. Since then Yemenia flights cover around 23 destinations within three continents: Asia, Africa and Europe, with a good reputation in service and safety. During the 1990s many developments took place in Yemen in all aspects and one of these is the merger of DY (South Yemen's airline) with IY (North Yemen's) on 15 May 1996. The new company, Yemenia, added to its fleet two B737 - 200s and two DH7-7s and its operations have been extended domestically and internationally. To fulfill its obligation for air service and to cover the external and internal demand, Yemenia has added two jets, A330 -200s, to its fleet, and is planning for two A330-200s three more B737-800s. http://www.yemenia.com

About Ramco

Ramco Systems has over 450 global customers running its business-process-web-centric enterprise suite of applications and is the world's largest provider of Aviation Maintenance & Engineering (M&E) and Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) Software Solutions. Ramco employs more than 1,800 industry professionals. Ramco's customers include Pinnacle Airlines, Caribbean Airlines, AeroMexico Connect, El Al Israel Airlines Ltd., TACA Regional, JEJU Air Co. Ltd. Indian Airlines, SpiceJet, Vueling, KD Avia, Air New Zealand's-Safe Air Limited MRO Operation, AlSalam Aircraft Co., Jazeera Airways, FlyLaL Technik and Republic Airways amongst others. For more information, visit Ramco online at http://www.ramcoaviation.com.

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