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Commsoft has announced that Marshall of Cambridge Aerospace, part of the Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, has signed a new, extended contract to use the company’s OASES software to support an on-going CAMO operation in the Middle East. Marshall is working hard to secure further CAMO contracts and sees a potential for OASES to be used in support of these programmes. A ‘best-of-breed’ MRO IT system, OASES offers an industry-leading technical sophistication whilst being intuitively user-friendly. To allow for scalability, OASES is structured in a modular format and, for this new contract, Marshall has selected the Core, Airworthiness and Planning modules. OASES can either be installed on a local server or accessed via the internet through Commsoft’s Private Cloud hosting service, avoiding the need to install any additional hardware. As part of its new contract, Marshall has migrated to the new cloud environment.


FLYdocs has entered into a 10-year software agreement with Singapore-based Jetstar Asia for its aviation data and records management platform. The airline is part of the Qantas Group, which has been using FLYdocs since 2015. FLYdocs will now facilitate more efficient and smoother records and asset management to assist Jetstar Asia with frequent inter-fleet aircraft transactions across the group. It is expected to deliver a more than 50% reduction in manual interaction required to manage aircraft documentation. 


Ramco Systems has been mandated by Indian LCC GoAir to upgrade its Ramco Aviation Suite V5.5 to Ramco Aviation M&E/MRO Solution V5.8. This upgrade will further automate and enhance its maintenance functions. The upgrade will cover modules for Engineering & Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO), Materials Management, Quality and Maintenance. GoAir has been using Ramco Aviation since 2013, when the company went live on the application in a record time of 200 days, across 21 base stations, for its 15 strong fleet. The upgrade will additionally help in simplifying and streamlining GoAir’s Purchase Operations, Inventory Operations, Aircraft Maintenance Execution and Technical Records keeping. The application’s mobility feature will enable access to operations for mechanics and maintenance staff on the move.


Swiss AviationSoftware will supply its AMOS MRO software to Indian LCC SpiceJet. AMOS will be rolled out and used by over 600 employees in the Technical department of the airline. Some members of the SpiceJet Technical department staff are already familiar with AMOS, which helped the airline not only during the evaluation phase, but will also be beneficial in the future implementation process.


The underlying strategy to introduce AMOS aligns perfectly with the expected fleet growth at SpiceJet to support efficiency gains and improved cost control measures. SpiceJet will double the current fleet with the 55 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on order. For the carrier, implementing new MRO software during this challenging phase will bring efficiency benefits and allow the existing and new aircraft to be directly monitored and maintained in AMOS.


Swiss AviationSoftware has announced that its AMOS MRO software has gone live with the Aeroméxico long haul fleet. The short haul aircraft will be operational with AMOS in early 2017. 

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