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Commsoft brings Titan Airways to OASES

Posted 23 November 2017 · Add Comment

Commsoft has welcomed the UK-based leasing and charter airline, Titan Airways, to the fast-growing global OASES community.



A ‘best-of-breed’ MRO IT system, OASES combines a very high level of technical sophistication with an intuitive user interface and is structured in a modular format to allow for flexibility and scalability. To support its mixed Airbus and Boeing fleet, Titan Airways has selected the Core, Airworthiness, Planning, Materials, Line Maintenance Control and Production modules which will be installed on local servers.

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 will enable Titan Airways to manage continuing airworthiness processes; predict when all maintenance tasks, modifications and defect limitations will become due; ensure that all material is available when required and replenished or repaired when necessary; integrate OASES with suitable data feeds from operations systems; and log labour time expended.

Titan Airways is establishing its own CAMO team to replace an existing third-party service and Commsoft will be providing extensive support in implementing the system for the management of Titan’s A318-112, three A320-200s, A321-211, Boeing 737-400F, 737-300QC, two 757-200s and 767-300ER.  It is anticipated that the airline will be expanding its fleet in the near future with the addition of a Boeing 737-400 in January 2018 and further A320 /A321 aircraft later in the year.

Founded in 1988 and based at London Stansted Airport, Titan Airways specialises in short-notice ACMI and wet lease operations for leading European carriers as well as providing ad-hoc passenger and cargo charter services for tour operators, corporations, governments, VIPS, world renowned sports teams, rock and pop bands, orchestras, and film production companies.

Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s Managing Director, commented: “This latest contract win was achieved in the face of significant competition and represents our seventeenth new OASES signing this year. We’re delighted to welcome Titan into the fast-growing OASES community and look forward to working closely with their new CAMO team to ensure an early implementation.”

Currently supporting over 130 aviation customers in more than 55 different countries, OASES is continually being developed with the active participation of its global user community.
 

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