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Commsoft has announced that moreJet has signed a five concurrent users, five-year contract for the use of its OASES software. Based in Hampshire, UK, moreJet offers turnkey solutions from initial aircraft acquisition through to the complete management and aftercare of large business jets. The company will be using OASES initially in support of its CAMO approval application with the UK CAA, then for its planned ongoing CAMO activities across a variety of aircraft types, including Boeing 737 Classic and Airbus aircraft in corporate aviation use.

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Commsoft has signed a 10 concurrent users, five-year contract with Somon Air of Tajikistan to provide its OASES software for the airline’s CAMO activities. OASES will control the airline’s fleet of two Boeing 737 Classic and four 737NG aircraft. implementation and set-up services will be provided by FL Technics. The contract covers the Core, Airworthiness and Planning modules. It also allows access to Commsoft’s private cloud to manage OASES operations.

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Swiss AviationSoftware has signed a strategic relationship agreement with Etihad Airways, which will see the airline and its equity partners (including airberlin, Alitalia and Jet Airways) move to AMOS software as a common maintenance platform, providing them with the required commercial and operating flexibility throughout their fleet, as well as enabling each airline to now share technology more easily across the group. 

 

Etihad Airways chose the AMOS solution as it enables the airline to operate its e-enabled Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft in accordance with regulatory requirements. Etihad Airways has five Airbus A380s and five Boeing 787 Dreamliners in its fleet of 120 aircraft. More than 200 additional aircraft are currently on order including 66 787s and five A380s.

 

In addition, Etihad Airways plans to join forces with its equity partners to establish an AMOS Centre of Excellence which will optimise processes and platforms to boost efficiency, drive economies of skill and scale, and share best practices amongst the group. AMOS will also be used for all third party aircraft maintained by Etihad Airways Engineering.

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