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Commsoft has signed a 20 concurrent users, five-year contract with Indonesian airline Sriwijaya Air to use OASES for the ongoing maintenance of its fleet of 38 Boeing 737 Classic and 737-800s. The contract also covers Sriwijaya Air’s subsidiary, Nam Air, which is currently operating five Boeing 737-500s. The initial OASES implementation will concentrate on Sriwijaya Air’s 10 Boeing 737-800s, a number which is expected to grow as new aircraft are introduced to replace the older 737-300/400s. The second implementation phase will concentrate on the remaining 737-500s within the fleet. Sriwijaya Air has selected the following modules: core, airworthiness, planning, materials, line maintenance control and warranty. The contract also covers the further development of crew licensing functionality.


TRAX has been chosen by LOT Polish Airlines to implement the TRAX aintenance and engineering solution to manage their numerous locations and diverse fleet. TRAX software will ensure that LOT Airlines’ maintenance and engineering work and records are in impeccable shape. LOT will be implementing Version 11, the latest version of TRAX Maintenance. This version includes over 20 modules to cater to virtually every aspect of aircraft maintenance. TRAX Maintenance will be able to assist LOT from material management and finance to technical records and reliability. LOT will now have aircraft, inventory and maintenance activity information integrated into one single system.

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