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Commsoft contract sees OASES supporting seaplanes

Posted 16 April 2019 · Add Comment

Jet-Ops FZE has chosen OASES – Commsoft’s MRO IT system – to support its current fleet of five Cessna 208 Caravan seaplanes.



Based in Dubai, Jet-Ops specialises in the management and leasing of seaplanes in the UAE and operates Passenger Air Transport flights and Aerial / Scenic Tours as its current core business, with market trading provided by Seawings LLC. Strategically located to provide aircraft management services for clients across Middle Eastern and European operational bases, Jet-Ops holds a UAE Air Operator & EASA Aircraft Training Organization Certificates with own Part 145 AMO and CAMO, and has the expertise to provide management services for various aircraft types, including Cessna, SAAB, Piper, Beechcraft and a number of others.

For Commsoft, this represents an exciting new addition to the global OASES community which currently consists of more than 130 aviation operations in over 55 different countries, from national and regional carriers to business aviation and charter operators to cargo specialists, leasing companies and independent MROs.

Combining a technical sophistication with an intuitive user interface, OASES is structured in a modular format to provide maximum flexibility and scalability. Jet-Ops has selected the Core, Airworthiness, Planning, Materials, Line Maintenance Control and Production modules. Work has already begun on both the server procurement process and data assessment with training and on-site implementation set to start in early May.

Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s Managing Director, commented: “Not only is this our third major contract win in 2019, it also represents a first for us in terms of supporting seaplanes. We’re delighted that Jet-Ops has chosen OASES and we’re looking forward to working closely with them to ensure an early and successful implementation.”

 

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