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IBERIA takes off with AMOS

19/07/2016

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IBERIA takes off with AMOS

At a glance
  • Spanish  carrier to implement AMOS for CAMO activities 
  • Another IAG Group Airline  signs for AMOS
  • Phased implementation approach

AMOS for CAMO activities
Swiss-AS is proud to announce that AMOS has been chosen by Spanish carrier Iberia Líneas Aéreas de España S.A. (IBERIA) as the ideal platform to assure  continuous airworthiness from an operator  perspective.  IBERIA  is  the  third  member  of  the  IAG Group to join the AMOS Community after Aer Lingus and Vueling. 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. 

AMOS  selected  to  optimise  processes  and improve third party interactions
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.