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Commsoft signs OASES contract with Cargo Air

Posted 10 October 2017 · Add Comment

Commsoft is delighted to announce that it has signed a contract for the use of OASES with Bulgaria-based cargo airline, Cargo Air, to support its established airline cargo and passenger operations.



Currently supporting over 130 aviation operations in more than 55 different countries, OASES is an industry-leading MRO IT system which combines a very high level of technical sophistication with an intuitive user interface.  Designed by engineers for engineers, OASES is continually being developed with the active participation of its global user community.

OASES is structured in a modular format to allow for flexibility and scalability and Cargo Air has contracted for the Core, Airworthiness, Planning, Materials, Line Maintenance Control and Warranty modules. The Core module provides the essential system components that allow operation and integration of all the other functional modules and incorporates the Oracle database, the navigator functionality, the built-in help system and the security manager which controls access rights and privileges.

Between them, the other modules that Cargo Air has chosen provide the necessary tools to efficiently manage continuing airworthiness processes; to predict when all maintenance tasks, modifications and defect limitations will become due; to ensure that all material is available when required and replenished or repaired when necessary; to integrate with suitable data feeds from EFB, ETL, e-enabled aircraft and electronic operations systems; to maximise the amount of warranty that is claimed on both the aircraft and parts in the inventory.

All of the modules will be implemented on dual standalone servers with a hot/cold configuration.

Established in 1997, Cargo Air operates a freighter fleet of three Boeing 737-300Fs and six Boeing 737-400Fs which are deployed on contracts throughout Europe with integrators such as DHL, UPS, ASL Airlines, Mistral Air and other express integrators or for ad hoc charter flights worldwide. A further Boeing 737-400 provides ACMI passenger services. The current fleet will shortly be supplemented by two new Boeing 737-800 freighter conversions.

Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s Managing Director, commented: “This is the 16th new OASES contract signed since the beginning of the year and builds on the continuing success of OASES throughout the central and eastern European market. We’re delighted to welcome our first direct Bulgarian customer, Cargo Air, to the ever-growing family of OASES users and we’re looking forward to working closely with them to ensure an early implementation of the system.”

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