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Cintra and TRAX have announced a global partnership that will provide optimised Oracle architectures to underpin the performance and availability of TRAX’s aircraft MRO ERP software. Several airlines, including JetBlue Airways, the fifth largest carrier in the US, are already benefiting from Cintra’s optimised Oracle architecture. Airlines stand to benefit from: 

  • Optimized TRAX user experience with improvements of 10x
  • Faster TRAX maintenance planning query executions by a factor of 20x 
  • Faster FAA compliance reporting by a factor of 8x 
  • Proven five nines 99.999% availability
  • Robust data protection with high performance backup and recovery 
  • Agile database copies for testing and production support activities
  • Faster aircraft maintenance operational reporting 

Commsoft has been chosen by EU Wings, a Verona-based MRO and aviation engineering services provider, to supply its Open Aviation Strategic Engineering System (OASES) MRO IT system. OASES will support EU Wings’ various aviation activities with customers in Italy, Europe, Libya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Commsoft signed the deal, granting the Italian CAMO line maintenance and Part 145 company licence for twelve concurrent users, commencing straight away. The licence covers several different engineering and maintenance modules, including core, airworthiness, planning and line maintenance control. The following MRO options have also been added: core, production, materials, commercial and warranty. EU Wings has requested enhanced quality and training management options for the future and will work closely with Commsoft to define their exact requirements as the contract progresses.


SWISS AviationSoftware has reported that the airberlin group (airberlin, NIKI, Belair and airberlin technik) went live in April with its AMOS software to support maintenance and engineering activities. Austrian based carrier NIKI, an AMOS customer since 2006, encouraged the selection of AMOS. The airberlin group is using the AMOS Multi-Financial-Entity capabilities which were designed to allow airline groups to share one AMOS productive environment but still maintain and monitor the financial data of each entity within the group separately. The project was well managed by the airberlin and SWISS AviationSoftware teams, who successfully completed a range of complex tasks such as data migration; data harmonisation between the different entities; and even the detailed definition of future processes to be employed by the group. AMOS was successfully implemented within the allocated time and budget, including its full integration with the Finance and OPS applications.

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