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ADSoftware has announced the successful implementation of its AirPack maintenance and logistics system for two more airlines in Thailand: City Airways and Thai Express Air. Thai Express Air currently operates a single Boeing 737-300 freighter, while low-cost carrier, City Airways, is operating a 737-400 and a 737-800.


ADSoftware is working in partnership with Aviation Engineering & Planning Services (AEPS) for the exclusive distributorship of AirPack in the Middle East and Asia. AEPS has provided on-site B2B training and support for City Airways and Thai Express to facilitate the software installation phase.


Commsoft has announced that existing customer, AvioCATS, will be using OASES to provide CAMO services for Croatian start-up airline, Limitless Airways, and its newly acquired Airbus A320, supporting the carrier’s charter operation connecting Scandinavia with the Mediterranean. Limitless Airways are owned by Scandjet, the well established Swedish tour operator. Further fleet expansion is expected.


Commsoft has been selected by VIM Airlines in Russia to provide its OASES MRO software to support both its scheduled and charter passenger operations with a fleet of four Airbus A319s and 10 Boeing 757-200s. VIM Airlines has opted for all of the following modules: Core; Airworthiness; Planning; Production; Materials; Line Maintenance Control; Warranty. The airline’s use of OASES is scheduled to go live progressively in 2015.


Swiss-AviationSoftware has been selected by the AeroMéxico Group to provide its AMOS MRO software for AeroMéxico and regional airline AeroMéxico Connect. It also includes the Financial Multi Entity module, which allows the two financially independent airlines to work in the same AMOS environment, taking advantage of centralised processes while maintaining separate general ledgers. The project started in April in Mexico City where training will focus on a train-the-trainer approach along with e-learning for the 1,500 designated AMOS users within the company.

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