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Commsoft continues to grow its Middle East customer base with Jazeera Airways

Posted 3 September 2019 · Add Comment

Commsoft has announced that Kuwaiti airline Jazeera Airways has selected OASES as its MRO software system.

 

Jazeera Airways is the first non-government owned airline in the Middle East, continuing to be one of the few Middle East-based private airlines to this day.  IATA-member, Jazeera Airways currently flies to 29 destinations operating a reliable fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft from its own terminal at Kuwait International Airport. In June 2018 it was the first airline in the Middle East to introduce the A320neo into its fleet.

Starting in November 2019, Jazeera Airways will progressively implement OASES with its Core, Airworthiness, Planning and Materials modules across its nine A320-214 and one A320Neo aircraft, with more A320Neo aircraft joining the fleet in 2019 and 2020.

OASES modules are designed to provide a flexible and cost-effective framework that allows users to ‘design’ the perfect system and configuration for their operation.

Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s managing director, said: “Across the Middle East, Commsoft now serves 7 aviation operations and we continue to see interest from other regional carriers looking for an aviation engineering and maintenance system that is easy to use but is functionally very sophisticated.”

Rob Woods, Jazeera’s V.P. Maintenance & Engineering, added: “After excellent financial results during the last couple of years Jazeera has an exciting growth plan involving new routes, added frequencies and increasing its fleet size with new aircraft. The choice of Commsoft’s OASES with a smooth, progressive implementation, will be critical to maintaining this growth.”

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