Airstream Aviation signs five-year deal for Commsoft’s OASES


Aviation management consultancy and airworthiness specialist Airstream Aviation has signed a five-year deal to use Commsoft’s OASES maintenance management software.

U.A.E. headquartered Airstream Aviation operates from the new Dubai World Central (DWC) airport and also has operations in Nigeria. Airstream Aviation will use OASES to support its CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation) and inventory management operations.

The deal marks an important expansion for UK headquartered Commsoft into the Middle East region.

The OASES CAMO module provides the necessary tools to efficiently manage continuing airworthiness processes, providing confidence that an organisation is complying with increasingly stringent local and international regulatory obligations.

Nick Godwin, Business Development Director at Commsoft, said: “We are delighted by the choice of Airstream Aviation to use OASES for the development of their CAMO and inventory services. OASES will help this exciting young company with its experienced management team to rapidly put in place a high-quality service in regional markets.”

Emmanuel Iza, Director at Airstream Aviation, commented: “OASES is clearly the right tool to support our CAMO operation and we look forward to implementing it as the software foundation of our service in the Gulf region and Africa. With changing regulations, many small airlines, corporate aviation and helicopter operators alike will benefit enormously from our services.”

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