The mobile solution was developed by «Sirena» Company in reaction to the needs of aviation companies based on the will of higher technological effectiveness and profitability of commercial activity.

By helping aviation companies to adjust to actual circumstances, «Sirena» improves its products and systems on demand, despite difficult financial situation in the branch.

RusLine» Aviation Company and «Sirena» Company have signed a contract for implementation of a mobile solution for selling additional services at the airport.

«RusLine» will be the first customer to use the newest solution. It enables ordering and payment of additional services of the Aviation Company at any place in the airport from check-in desk to boarding area.

Service sale is operated via mobile cashier with a web-application for Android which searches for passengers manually, as well as by scanning itinerary receipt and boarding pass.

The software enables ordering services of the Aviation Company in order to follow transporting regulations. For example, to charge for excess baggage which a passenger takes on board pretending it to be hand luggage.

«RusLine» Aviation Company tries to make each flight as comfortable as possible for a passenger. We pay special attention to digital services and we are happy that the newest technological solution of «Sirena» Company makes us even closer to our passengers, improve the effectiveness and quality of our service», says Commercial director of «RusLine» Aviation Company Alexander Krutov.

«Rusline Airlines» is one of the largest domestic Airlines in the Russian Federation, operates both scheduled and charter flights. The principal activity of the airline is to restart future-oriented routes between the destinations of the Russian Federation and also between Russia and neighboring countries. The main idea is to deliver passengers from small towns in the Russian Federation to air hubs on medium-haul aircraft.
The company has existed since 1997. Today it has the largest fleet of Bombardier CRJ-100/200 aircraft in Russia and Europe, the 8th in the world. The airline's route network unites over 65 cities of Russia. The airline is based at Moscow Vnukovo Airport; additional hub airports are located in Yekaterinburg and St. Petersburg. More details at