Posted on: 24 October 2011 by Ross McSweeny
Eznis Airways has selected AMOS as its new MRO software package and has promptly launched implementation at its base in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
The introduction of AMOS has coincided with the phasing in of two Avro RJ85 aircraft and a move into a new hangar. The airline considers AMOS a long-time investment that will help it consolidate its maintenance processes and at the same time develop its in-house maintenance capacity with the ultimate goal of performing in-house C-checks in two years time.
“The AMOS implementation is one big step for the improvement of our airworthiness and safety. So we will be very glad to announce the AMOS project to our customers and the authorities,” remarked B. Chinzorig, training manager/maintenance & engineering division at Eznis Airways.
With a limited number of AMOS users at Eznis Airways, the implementation will be very lean and fast, says the supplier. Those users have already completed the AMOS basic e-learning course, followed by a two-week ‘System Awareness’ session and the next step will be to conduct workshops. The current project schedule predicts AMOS will go live in December 2011.
As the 20th AMOS Operation Service (AOS) customer, Eznis Airways has also signed up for the service which relieves them from any workload regarding AMOS server operations and database administration while relying on “a proven service” delivered by Swiss-AS.