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Eastern Skyjets selects RAAS for paperless maintenance management processes

Posted 11 October 2016 · Add Comment

Eastern Sky Jets has selected RAAS for implementation of paperless maintenance management processes, from the production floor to the cockpit, for its fleet of A330-243 aircraft.


Dr. Pirouz Hamidian-Rad, Eastern SkyJets chief executive officer, said: “In our search for best-of-breed aviation maintenance software solutions we found that AIS and RAAS stood out for their track-record in approved paperless maintenance operations as well as their capacity to develop inter-systems integrations to help automate what would otherwise be manual work-flows.  We look forward to working with AIS to achieve the process automation objectives we have set”.

AIS Director of Operations and CEO, Eric Hansen, added: “Eastern SkyJets requirements mesh very neatly with AIS and RAAS core competencies.  We are very happy to have been successful to demonstrate exactly how we will work with Eastern SkyJets to achieve their automation and integration goals.”

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