Posted on: 01 October 2013 by Mark Howells
Mxi Technologies has announced that Link Airs of Japan has selected Maintenix software to provide comprehensive fleet maintenance management.
As a start-up with plans to begin operations in early 2014, Link Airs says it wanted an MRO system that could provide the functional scope and flexibility to meet its immediate needs, then scale in lockstep with the company’s growth. Link Airs will also be the first to operate ATR aircraft in Japan, so the software had to come with a proven track record in inducting and maintaining modern aircraft.
“It is very important to the long-term success of our company that we start off on the right foundation, and that includes choosing the right software solutions to support our operations. For the MRO function, it quickly became apparent to us that Maintenix was the best solution capable of meeting our demands for flexible, user-friendly maintenance management and compliance control,” confirmed Akira Tosaya, president, Link Airs.