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Commsoft has been chosen to supply its leading OASES MRO IT system to the French business class airline La Compagnie to support its current fleet of two Boeing 757-200s. Commsoft signed the deal licensing the Paris-based airline for five concurrent users, starting immediately. La Compagnie’s OASES licence covers a number of engineering and maintenance modules. Its OASES site is hosted on Commsoft’s private cloud and the chosen modules include core, airworthiness, planning, materials and line maintenance control.


Seabury Solutions has announced that Amaszonas Líneas Aéreas has gone live with its Alkym Aircraft Management and Control System at its airlines in Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay. The project, completed during the months of June and July, was delivered on time and within budget. 


Swiss-AviationSoftware, in cooperation with Lufthansa Systems Americas, has announced a recent series of go-lives of it AMOS MRO software at Avianca Holdings Airlines. This implementation across the whole group started in 2013 and AMOS is now used by seven subsidiaries of Avianca Holdings in Central and South America. Only Avianca Ecuador remains to cut over and will do so soon to complete the whole group.


The AMOS multi-entity functions have been designed for airline groups/holdings which intend to share one AMOS productive environment while still keeping the financial data of each entity of the group separate. Thanks to the AMOS multi-entity functions the individual subsidiaries of Avianca Holdings are able to track their own financial data, in one common AMOS environment and are thereby compliant with EASA, FAA and local rules. Also, the AMOS multi-entity functions allows simplified intercompany transactions between the different Avianca entities, such as the selling, loaning or exchange of parts.


The maintenance and multi-entity functions of AMOS including the multi-operator maintenance program allow this large airline group to harmonise processes, to have full transparency of data regarding all members of the group and to centrally manage all the engineering and maintenance activities of each group member.

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