Why the airline is splitting its systems into two companies
Cruise lines are being forced to split their systems into separate companies after a series of incidents including a passenger plane crash that killed eight people.
Airline companies that operate a variety of passenger and cargo flights have been forced to take on the responsibility of running the systems that control the flights.
Cruise Lines International announced last week that it had hired two private companies to handle the cruise reservation systems, splitting them into two separate companies.
The airline has also hired two outside consultants to help manage the systems.
The new companies, which will run the systems jointly, are Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) and ALCO, both based in Los Angeles, California.
They will work together to manage the safety of the cruise system as well as the operations and maintenance of the system, which includes the airworthiness and maintenance departments, safety management and training departments, cabin crew and flight management departments, and other related functions.
ALPA and AUL are separate companies that do not have any ties to each other.
Our team is committed to helping ensure the continued safety and security of our passengers and crew and we look forward to expanding our partnership in the years ahead.”