Posted on: 29 August 2018 by Mark Howells
New Italian scheduled airline, Topjets Worldwide, has chosen the MRO IT system OASES by Commsoft to support its planned operations.
The carrier is currently in the process of submitting its CAME (Continued Airworthiness Management Exposition) for approval by the authorities. It recently bought an ex-Etihad Airbus A340-642 for planned use on long-haul flights from Northern Italy to India and other destinations.
The modular OASES solution has been selected by Topjets Worldwide, which opted for the Core, Airworthiness, Materials and Planning modules, with an option to access the Line Maintenance Control module at a later date, says Commsoft. All the modules will be implemented in Commsoft’s Private Cloud service.
Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s managing director, said Topjets Worldwide was the company’s fourth Italian customer. “Initial implementation meetings with the airline’s team will start shortly with a view to the system going live in the autumn,” he added.
Earlier this month it also signed a deal with newly established Sarajevo-based FlyBosnia to use OASES to support its planned operations. Established by the Saudi Arabian Al Shiddi Group, FlyBosnia is currently in the process of submitting its application for an AOC and intends to acquire, initially, an A320 family for operations from Bosnia to various destinations including Saudi Arabia.
FlyBosnia opted for the Core, Airworthiness, Materials, Planning and Line Maintenance modules through the Private Cloud service and is Commsoft’s first direct customer in Bosnia Herzegovina. It is anticipated that CAMO implementation support will be provided by Commsoft client and OASES user, AvioCats, the Croatian aircraft maintenance organisation.
Written by: Mark Thomas