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October 2015

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Commsoft has signed a 10 concurrent users, five-year contract with Russian start-up airline JSC UVT AERO to use its OASES MRO software. The new carrier will carry out scheduled and charter passenger operations with a fleet of eight Bombadier CRJ200s from Bugulma and Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. The contract covers Core, Airworthiness and Planning modules.

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Flatirons has announced that their eEnabled Software Management (eESM) solution, part of the CORENA Suite of technical information management solutions, will soon be used by Finnair to support configuration control and distribution of the numerous software packages that are used on board modern eEnabled aircraft.

 

The eEnabled Software Management solution, offering tight integration with AMOS software, is a feature-rich tool that tracks all aspects related to aircraft software. Not only does it track software configurations, it also provides the opportunity to store the software in a ground repository for upload to the aircraft through portable data loaders and physical media, even including floppy disks. The solution increases operator safety and provides coherent management of the aircraft’s optimal ‘as operated’ state.

 

The eEnabled Software Management solution was developed by Flatirons for Lufthansa Technik and is being jointly marketed by the two companies. The eESM tool is in use at Lufthansa Technik and supports several of their third party airline customers.

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Rusada has signed contracts for it Envision MRO software with a domestic airline based in Myanmar and another new customer based in Cambodia.

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Swiss AviationSoftware has announced the go-live of its AMOS MRO software with Brussels Airlines and Cebu Pacific in the Philippines.

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