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CrossConsense has signed contract with AeroLogic to implement the CROSSMOS eTLB. The joint venture of DHL Express and Lufthansa Cargo currently operates 10 Boeing 777F Aircraft in a worldwide route network with destinations in Europe, Middle East, Asia, North and South America.

By implementing CROSSMOS, AeroLogic is taking an important step moving towards paperless maintenance. The eTLB will reduce manual data recording, provides real-time aircraft status at any time and substantially simplifies maintenance handling for flight crews, maintenance and operations control.


Swiss-AviationSoftware has announced that Air Tahiti Nui has chosen AMOS for its new Boeing 787 fleet. The project approach is unique as Air Tahiti Nui will go live with AMOS without initially managing any aircraft in the system. Their current legacy system will be used in operation until the last Airbus A340 aircraft has been phased out. In the first project phase, the AMOS environment will be updated with OEM documents and the Maintenance Program for the new fleet. Once the approval of the Civil Aviation Authorities has been granted, the airline will start to phase in the 787. This means no legacy data needs to be transferred from the old to the new software, thereby avoiding the complexity of data transfer and consistency checks.

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