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AeroSoft Systems has signed an agreement with LS Technics of Poland to migrate to its DigiMAINT NG/DigiReports/DigiPLAN software.


Commsoft has announced that its MRO IT system, OASES, has been chosen by Nordica to support its recent start-up airline operation. The contract is for five years with five concurrent users. Owned by the Government of Estonia, Nordica, which recently rebranded from Nordic Aviation Group (NAG), was established in September 2015 to provide the country with scheduled flight connections. The initial flights have been operated under contract to Nordica in wet lease or cooperative arrangements with other airlines, including bmi Regional and Adria Airways, both of which are OASES users.


Adria is also currently providing the flight operator’s certificate, commercial platform and ticketing system. Nordica has now taken delivery of the first of its own aircraft, a Bombardier CRJ700, and plans to use OASES to establish its own AOC and CAMO approvals with an expanding CRJ700 and CRJ900 fleet. Nordica has selected the Core, Airworthiness and Planning modules, which will be hosted on Commsoft’s OASES Cloud service. Implementation and initial training are scheduled to start immediately. Nordica has also indicated that it will be using OASES in conjunction with the Aviolinx RAIDO operations system, the interface for which has already been deployed by other OASES customers, including Loganair and SmartLynx.


The system has also been selected by Go2Sky, the Slovakia-based charter airline, to support both CAMO and other engineering activities on its current fleet of three Boeing 737-400s, and a recently introduced Boeing 737-800NG. Go2Sky provides non-scheduled transportation of passengers, cargo and mail. Its aircraft have also been leased in recent months to other airlines, including Mistral Air, Norwegian, Royal Air Maroc and Czech Airlines.


Component Control says Aircraft Propeller Service (APS) is using its Quantum Control MRO and Logistics software to support its growth and expansion worldwide. APS opened a new facility last year in Lake Zurich, IL, near Chicago-O’Hare International Airport.


More recently, it also opened a new repair centre in Atibaia, Brazil, and plans to open another repair shop in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, later this spring. 


A&R Aviation Services, an FAA and EASA Part 145 Repair Station, is also using Quantum Control to streamline its shop processes and improve efficiency. Based in Tumwater, WA, A&R Aviation Services specialises in maintaining, repairing and overhauling aircraft structures and components for Boeing, Airbus and Douglas transport aircraft.


Mxi Technologies will provide its Maintenix system to Copa Airlines, the flag carrier of Panama, for enterprise-wide fleet maintenance management. By selecting Maintenix as its standard maintenance IT system across engineering, planning, execution and materials management, Copa is looking to capitalise on more real-time maintenance management, fully-integrated with other key departmental systems, such as flight operations, finance and human resources.

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