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Commsoft welcomes Spain's Plus Ultra to OASES

Posted 31 May 2017 · Add Comment

Aviation engineering and maintenance software provider, Commsoft has announced that its MRO IT system, OASES, has been chosen by Plus Ultra Líneas Aéreas to support its three Airbus A340-300 aircraft, to be followed by a fourth later in 2017.



OASES provides a high level of technical sophistication whilst still being intuitively user-friendly. Designed by engineers for engineers, the system is structured in a modular format and Plus Ultra has selected the Core, Airworthiness, Planning and Materials modules.

Based at Madrid Barajas International Airport, Plus Ultra operates both scheduled and charter flights to transatlantic destinations, including Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic and Lima, Peru. In March, the airline announced that it would be launching two new routes later this year:  Santiago de Chile and Havana, both with connections from Madrid and Barcelona.

The initial implementation will be supported by FL Technics, who also provided extensive sales support for the deal as part of their recently-signed agency agreement with Commsoft.

Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s Managing Director, commented: “This is an important milestone for us - the first OASES contract that we have signed with a Spanish customer. This was the ninth new contract out of eleven already signed in 2017, covering fourteen direct customers in twelve different countries.”

Aleixandre Schudeck, Plus Ultra’s Technical Director, commented “We, as an airline, know how important it is to elect the appropriate software tool, able to support all our different operations. After a deeper analysis of the market we trust OASES will bring us the robustness of a mature tool together with enough flexibility to be adapted to our current procedures.” 

 

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