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ADSoftware’s new customers signed off in 2016


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ADSoftware’s new customers signed off in 2016
14/02/2017 - In 2016 ADSoftware reinforced their global footprint, becoming one of the leading actors in aircraft maintenance.
In one year, 12 new airline companies decided to rely on ADSoftware’s ERP for the maintenance of their fleet, supported by commercial partnerships in Europe, Asia and Africa. “By choosing out solution, our clients confirm their commitment to their aircraft maintenance information system, to better meet the challenges of efficiency, quality and price.”, added Frédéric Ulrich when asked to comment on their financial results in 2016.
In Central Africa in particular, ADSoftware has cemented its position as one of the leaders for MRO services with the signing of several strategic customers such as:

Serve Air Congo
Serve Air is one of Dem. Rep. of Congo’s leading private sector cargo airlines in its formative stages based in Kinshasa (DRC). This organisation takes advantage a specific gap in the short-haul domestic freight transportation market to ensure their growth. Incorporated in January 1993, Serve Air Group has been providing Domestic and International cargo service throughout DR Congo. In 2009, Serve Air introduced several B727-200 Super 27 Freighter aircrafts to their fleet, to serve the African cargo market with DRC. Currently four 737-300’s are being added to the fleet. Their mid-737’s have already been added to the fleet while the 727’s are still active.
Serve Air is led by a highly experienced and motivated management team, driven by under-serviced markets and based on a solid business plan.

Congo Airways
Congo Airways was born from the government’s decision to promote the security and democratization of air transport in DR Congo. Inaugurated in 2014, their first commercial flight operated in October 2015. Congo Airways currently operates flights over 7 destinations nationwide. The state-owned company aims at positioning themselves as the leading airline in DR Congo, with the support of international 3rd party service providers, such as ADSoftware for the maintenance of their aircrafts. Their fleet consists of 4 Airbus A320-216’s and 2 Bombardier turboprop aircrafts. New aircraft acquisitions are expected with the launch of international flights in the near future.

Regourd Aviation
Regourd Aviation is a French company founded in 1976, specializing in business aircraft trading, technical and financial expertise of aircraft and aeronautical management. With more than 35 years of experience, the group coordinates the daily upkeep and maintenance of its aeroplanes either with its own technicians (subsidiary AERO 4M and AIRMAIN) or by subcontracting specialized companies, such and ADSoftware in order to comply with European aeronautical standards and to respect construction guidelines.
In addition to a network of regular airlines, the business activity of Regourd Aviation and its partners covers flights for governmental or para-governmental organizations and for oil and mining companies. The company also operates ad hoc charter flights, through their diverse fleet of Embraer ERJ135, ATR 42 and 72, Falcon 900EX, Beech 1900 and Dornier 228 aircrafts.