Airlines Contract and Tender Management Software Development

Airlines Contract and Tender Management Software Development

Logistics & Transportation


Airpas Aviation AG is a well-established software provider and consultancy company with a portfolio of tailor-made cost saving solutions for the international aviation industry.

The core product of Airpas, a unique route profitability & direct operating cost management solution, helps airlines to streamline and automate processes through centralized contract management and automated invoice checking.


Airpas Aviation decided to improve its profitability and direct operating cost management solution by implementing a Contract and Tender Management module. The module should assist in making various contracts as well as inviting tenders for fuel purchase.


ScienceSoft custom software programming team joined the project and helped to release it to the public. The developed module allows users to get full visibility of supplier contracts, current and historical. The module reflects the typical structure of contracts for all direct operating cost related services.

The module allows copying contracts from one airport to other airports (e.g. within the same country), uploading rates for en route charges from Eurocontrol as well as uploading of fuel market prices from PLATTS and exchange rates from financial institutions.

Updates to contracts are stored as separate contract versions with a validity period. Historical contract data is retained within the system to enable analyses and evaluations of past periods. The solution timely alerts contract managers about necessary renegotiations of expiring agreements.


Airpas Aviation AG got a Contract and Tender Management module that beneficial supplements airpas solution. The module met all the requirements and allowed Airpas Aviation to widen its service offering.

Technologies and Tools

Java, Swing API (for graphic interface)

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