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OASES secures first contract win in The Netherlands

Posted 16 February 2018 · Add Comment

Commsoft, MRO IT systems provider, Commsoft, has announced that Corendon Dutch Airlines has become the latest member of the fast-growing global OASES user community.



Part of the international Corendon group of companies, Corendon Dutch Airlines started operations under its own AOC in April 2011 and currently operates charter flights to a number of destinations around the Mediterranean – including Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Egypt and Morocco – from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Maastricht Aachen Airport.

Under the terms of the new contract, the airline will be using OASES to support its fleet of three Boeing 737-800s.

Combining a high level of technical sophistication with an intuitive user interface, OASES is a ‘best-of-breed’ system structured in a modular format to allow for flexibility and scalability. Corendon Dutch Airlines will be using the Core, Airworthiness, Materials, Line Maintenance Control and Planning modules and has also expressed a strong interest in adding the proposed Compliance module when it becomes available.

All modules will be accessed through Commsoft’s Private Cloud service, avoiding any need for the airline to install additional hardware.

Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s Managing Director, commented: “We’re delighted to welcome Corendon Dutch Airlines, our first customer in The Netherlands, to the truly global OASES family. Initial implementation meetings have already started with the airline’s team and we’re looking forward to the system going live in time for the peak season.”

Rob Smakman, Corendon Dutch Airlines Director of Engineering & Maintenance, added: “We are delighted that we found the right MRO IT partner in OASES. There is a good match between the companies and we are looking forward to start working with the system in the upcoming weeks.”

 

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