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AerData has been selected by Arctic Aviation Assets (AAA), Norwegian Air Shuttle’s wholly-owned leasing subsidiary, to provide its Corporate Management System (CMS) to support their fleet of over 100 aircraft. CMS is a single platform that facilitates the consolidation and management of data from multiple sources. CMS mitigates risk and enables lessors to run their business smoothly by providing them with full control and oversight of their asset values, contract information and technical details.


AerData has signed an agreement with AFI KLM E&M Engine Services in Amsterdam for its Secure Technical Records for Electronic Asset Management (STREAM) and Engine Fleet Planning And Costing (EFPAC) software and managed services.


Aircraft Technical Publishers (ATP) has announced the ATP Aviation Hub Mobile Application, which provides convenient online and offline access to mission critical maintenance, operating, and regulatory content. ATP’s new mobile solution will complement and extend the ATP Aviation Hub Cloud Application, an integrated suite of‘smart content’ services that enables maintenance providers to drive improvements in productivity, cost savings, and aircraft utilisation while also preventing costly regulatory lapses. The software as a service (SaaS) platform integrates maintenance and regulatory content with workflows to enable customers to streamline and manage previously time-intensive and disconnected processes, including maintenance tracking, parts inventory tracking, ordering information, tool compliance and employee training/certifications tracking.


The initial release of the mobile application will provide online and offline access to ATP Maintenance Libraries, which consolidates and organises thousands of publications from manufacturers and regulatory agencies. It will also provide customers with the company’s Profile and Compliance tool to ensure proper AD/SB compliance tracking. Additional options include access to cloud platform tools and services.


The ATP Aviation Hub Mobile App can be used with mobile devices that run on Windows, iOS, or Android platforms. Users can also download the application to run on any Windows desktop computer. Customers can download and store content to their devices locally and share content with other users within the company who have downloaded the app, via an SD or other memory card.


The ATP Aviation Hub Mobile App will be generally available in January, 2017.


Flydocs has been awarded a long-term contract by Wizz Air for its aviation data and records management platform, which will be the first to use interfaces with the AMOS planning and maintenance software from SWISS AviationSoftware to provide a fully digital aircraft compliance on-demand system. AMOS will feed all relevant maintenance data into FLYdocs, which will automatically build compliance documentation in near real time. Wizz Air will be able to proactively manage its forthcoming transition programme from Airbus A320 Family to A321neo aircraft and will enable smooth and efficient transactions.


It has also been awarded a 10-year contract by Air Iceland for its electronic aircraft records management software and data migration services. This follows the selection of FLYdocs by parent organisation Icelandair earlier this year to digitalise their aircraft records management and Air Iceland has since decided to follow suit having had direct exposure to the benefits and level of service. A FLYdocs team will be based onsite in Reykjavik and will complete the scanning of Air Iceland’s fleet of Bombardier Q200 and Q400 aircraft before the end of 2016.


Ramco Systems has signed an agreement with Bedek-Lingyun (Belinco) to provide its Ramco Aviation Suite. Belinco is a joint venture between Lingyun Technology Group and IAI Bedek in Three Gorges Airport, Yichang, China and provides aircraft maintenance and cargo conversion with a capacity of 70 aircraft per year. It will be implementing Ramco Aviation Suite to cover materials management, maintenance, MRO sales, engineering and programme, along with human capital management and finance and accounting.


Seabury Solutions will provide its Alkym/Aircraft Management and Control System to Cypriot MRO start up Bird Aviation, which is working on the creation of an EASA/FAA Part 145 A320 Family and Boeing 737 base maintenance facility based at Larnaca International Airport. Alkym will be hosted on a cloud server with the initial scoping project set to begin in November. Bird Aviation will begin utilising ten of Alkym’s modules and will work on concurrent user’s model.

bookmark has released a new application program interface (API) capability, allowing seamless integration with third-party ERP applications, including CORRIDOR Aviation Service Software. The new capability provides a Synchronous API to search for a single part on and return available information on that part directly to the third-party application. Additional third-party applications are expected to follow suit.


Swiss AviationSoftware has signed a contract with EGYPTAIR Maintenance and Engineering (EGME) for the purchase and implementation of AMOS MRO software. AMOS MRO is the latest edition and contains value-added functions such as a CRM, Facility, Hangar Planning and Financial Project Analysis. AMOSmobile, which will be used by EGME to optimise line maintenance processes, is a touch-optimised mobile package running on every mobile device. The first module, AMOSmobile/EXEC, is currently completed and tested by a selected number of early bird customers. There will be more than 2,500 users at EGME.


The Qatar Airways Group has gone live with AeroDocs software from Arconics to provide a single centralised repository to revise and track all operational and non-operational company manuals and documentation for operational readiness. The ability to create, author, edit and mark all changes in a visible manner over the web enables team members to easily keep abreast of and be alerted to relevant procedural modifications as and when they happen. From a safety and security standpoint, the carrier has been proactive in following an IOSA recommendation to have documentation managed under ‘a centralised corporate scheme of document hierarchy’. The system provides the tools necessary to establish a routine regulatory compliance programme.


Qatar Airways administrators now have real-time visibility of a highly efficient distribution process, which ensures that various outputs such as web browsers, laptops and electronic flight bags are simultaneously synchronised and all staff have access to the current version of documents. Arconics has integrated AeroDocs into existing Qatar Airways Group systems to minimise the operational overhead and ensure accuracy of information and consistency across all systems.

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