Somon Air Signs Five-Year Contract to Use OASES MRO IT System

Somon Air, a private airline based in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, has selected OASES for its airline CAMO activities. OASES will control the airline’s six-strong fleet of Boeing 737 ‘Classic’ and NG aircraft.
The fast-growing airline has signed a 10 concurrent users, five-year contract with Commsoft, with implementation and set-up services provided by FL Technics scheduled to start straight away. FL Technics will use OASES to manage the Continuing Airworthiness of Somon Air’s fleet. The contract covers three modules: Core, Airworthiness and Planning. It also allows the airline access to Commsoft’s private cloud to manage its OASES operations.
“Somon Air’s decision to entrust its airline CAMO activities to OASES is a major endorsement of our successful strategy with key CAMO partners across the world. It also represents a market break-through for OASES in Central Asia, and we are delighted to have entered into this business relationship,” says Nick Godwin, managing director of Commsoft.

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