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Interflight Technical Services heads for OASES

Posted 10 October 2018 · Add Comment

Commsoft announced today that its MRO IT system, OASES, has been chosen by private charter and aircraft management company, Interflight Technical Services, based at Biggin Hill in Kent.



Replacing the company’s existing MRO IT software, OASES will be used for the CAMO control of two Hawker 800 business jets and will be deployed to support engineering operations in its hangar.

Implementation of the OASES system is already underway.

Renowned for the combination of its technical sophistication and intuitive user interface, OASES features a modular structure to provide for both flexibility and scalability. Interflight will be using the Core, Airworthiness, Planning, Material Management, Production, Warranty and Commercial modules which will be accessed through Commsoft’s Private Cloud service.

Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s Managing Director, commented: “This is the seventh new OASES contract we have signed this year and further evidence of the success we are having in meeting the needs of a very wide range of aviation operations, from national and regional carriers to business aviation and charter operators, from cargo specialists to leasing companies to independent MROs. We’re looking forward to working closely with the Interflight team to ensure an early implementation.”

 

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