Iberia implements AMOS software solution
July 19, 2016: Iberia, Spanish carrier, picks AMOS, fully-integrated MRO software solution being developed and distributed by Swiss AviationSoftware to assure continuous airworthiness from an operator perspective.
Iberia has licensed the AMOS CAMO edition and required a customer oriented implementation process to perform CAMO and Part M activities in AMOS.
The AMOS CAMO Edition consists of all high-end AMOS core modules.
Swiss-AS offered IBERIA a specially tailored training and implementation plan including project management, consulting, training, data transfer support etc.
Iberia will follow a phased implementation project approach using AMOS initially for the A330 fleet with the Go-Live currently scheduled in July 2016. The phase-in of the other aircraft-types in AMOS will follow thereafter.
The go-live of AMOS will cement new working methods for the Spanish carrier leading to improved transparency and efficiency, optimised business processes and AMOS will also facilitate the interaction between the IBERIA CAMO organisation and the carriers’ MRO provider Iberia Maintenance.
Swiss-AS, a 100 percent subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines has more than 140 customers worldwide and ranks as the industry-leading MRO software provider. In the Americas and in Asia, AMOS is distributed through a partnership with Lufthansa Systems.
Iberia is the leading carrier on routes between Europe and Latin America and it flies to more than 125 destinations in 48 countries.
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