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ADSoftware says Air Tanzania has started implementation of its MRO IT solution to manage its fleet of Airbus A220, Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Bombardier Q400 aircraft. The move is part of an overhaul of the operator’s maintenance processes and will facilitate its efforts to optimise operations.


EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING has announced the official launch of the new AMOS MRO software system from Swiss Aviation Software within the framework of the company's plan to develop the work system to achieve a qualitative leap in the provision of aircraft maintenance and overhaul services. All basic data required for the operation of AMOS have been verified and the previous systems have been deactivated. All data on personnel, aircraft, components, warehouses, procurement, repairs and other data needed to operate the system have been transferred. The successful AMOS go-live is the conclusion of a 28 months implementation project.


MINT Software Systems has announced a service agreement with KLM Engineering and Maintenance (KLM E&M) for its MINT Training and Qualification Management System (MINT TMS) for resource qualification, curriculum management and training scheduling at KLM Engineering and Maintenance in the Netherlands. The Software as a Service (SaaS) version of MINT TMS will support resource qualification, curriculum management, training scheduling, data collection and report generation for the KLM E&M training facilities in Amsterdam.


Rusada has announced that its ENVISION maintenance management software has gone live with Manta Air, the Maldivian domestic airline. The new carrier operates a fleet of ATR 72-600s with several DHC-6 Twin Otters set to join in the coming months. It has also signed QAZAQ AIR of Kazakhstan to support Bombardier Q400 operations.

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