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Commsoft's OASES selected by new Lithuanian airline

Posted 6 June 2017 · Add Comment

Aviation engineering and maintenance software provider, Commsoft, announced that its MRO IT system, OASES, has been chosen by new Lithuanian-based operator, Grand Cru Airlines.



Designed by engineers for engineers, OASES is structured in a modular format and Grand Cru has selected the Core, Airworthiness, Planning, Materials and Line Maintenance modules.

Grand Cru is EASA AOC and PART 145 certificate holder, providing  dry lease and aircraft management solutions in fast-growing, emerging markets. It will be using OASES to support its two Boeing 737-300 airliners and an Airbus A320-231.

The contract with Commsoft also covers the fleet of four Boeing 737-400 aircraft operated by GetJet Airlines, ACMI/Wet Lease and aircraft charter provider, based in Lithuania.

The OASES system in use will be operated through Commsoft’s private cloud service.

Commsoft’s Managing Director, Nick Godwin, commented: “We’re delighted by Grand Cru’s decision. This is the third OASES contract that we’ve signed with a Lithuanian customer. It is also the eighth new OASES contract out of eleven that have already been signed in 2017 covering the aviation engineering activities of fourteen direct customers in twelve different countries.”

 

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