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Commsoft's OASES selected by TUS Air

Posted 30 November 2017 · Add Comment

Commsoft's MRO IT system, OASES, has been chosen by new Cypriot airline, Tus Airways (Tus Air).


 
Designed by engineers for engineers, OASES is one of the most successful aviation engineering and maintenance systems in the world. Easy to use whilst being functionally highly sophisticated, it is structured in a modular format to allow for scalability and Tus Air has opted for the Core, Airworthiness and Planning modules with an option to add the Materials and Line Maintenance Control modules at a later date.
 
OASES software can either be installed on-site on a local server or accessed through Commsoft’s private cloud hosting service, avoiding the need to install any additional hardware.
 
Tus Airways is a Cyprus-based airline which commenced operations in March 2016, which aims to connect Cyprus and Greece with countries in the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as Europe via frequent flights, offering best comfort, convenience, competitive pricing and excellent service on board. The airline currently operates a growing network of flights including from Larnaca to Tel Aviv, Rome, Athens and additional Greek cities and islands.

The airline’s fleet currently consists of two 100-seat Fokker 100 jetliners and two 77-seat Fokker 70s shortly to start operations.
 
Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s Managing Director, commented: “2017 has been very successful for Commsoft and this latest customer is further evidence that OASES leads the way in terms of its functionality, flexibility and cost-effectiveness. We have enjoyed working with Tus Air to ensure a successful implementation of the Fokker 100s and will support them closely as they introduce the New Fokker 70s.”
 
OASES is currently being used in more than 55 countries, supporting over 130 aviation customers, including national carriers, third party maintainers, regional carriers, leasing companies, cargo specialists, charter operators and specialist rotable stockists.
 

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