China Airlines Continues Maintenance Transformation with Maintenix Footprint Expansion and Extension to 3rd Party MRO

    19 Jun 2013


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News at a Glance:

  • China Airlines begins phase two of their Maintenix implementation
  • Expansion includes materials, engine and shop capabilities, and support for 3rd party MRO
  • Phase two also begins upgrade to Maintenix v8

Ottawa, Canada and Singapore (June 19, 2013) – Mxi® Technologies, the leader in aviation maintenance management software, announced today that China Airlines has confirmed phase two of their Maintenix implementation with footprint expansion into materials, engine and component shop, and the company’s Engineering and Maintenance Organization, as well as integration to their Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Phase two also signals China Airlines upgrade to version 8 of the Maintenix software, introducing key usability and process enhancements across the entirety of their MRO operations.

“Investing in safety is of paramount importance at China Airlines, both for our passengers and our MRO customers, and it is this commitment that has made us a leader in aircraft maintenance in the region” says Derek Cridland, Senior Vice President, Engineering and Maintenance, China Airlines. “With the expansion and upgrade of the Maintenix software we are able to continue to deliver on our promise of world-class service while keeping pace with the latest technologies in support of ongoing business objectives.”

In addition to a number of efficiency benefits, the technology backbone of the Maintenix v8 software supports China Airlines’ move to real-time management of line and heavy maintenance events as data is captured at the point of maintenance execution.

“As a long-standing customer of Mxi Technologies, China Airlines has continuously demonstrated their dedication to best practices in aviation maintenance, and this program expansion and upgrade is no exception,” says Dave Seibel, Chairman and CEO, Mxi Technologies. “We look forward to our continued partnership and supporting them through the second phase of their implementation.”

With phase two, Mxi Technologies is the single-source provider for MRO IT across the entire organization and operating fleet, including their Boeing 747 and 737, and Airbus A340 and A330 fleet types.

About China Airlines

Founded in 1959, China Airlines is Taiwan’s largest airline with more than 10,000 employees worldwide and a fleet of 80 aircraft in the China Airlines Group. As one of SkyTeam airline alliance’s 19 members, China Airlines offers passengers access to an extensive global network of more than 15,000 daily flights to 1000 destinations in 187 countries. China Airlines, the airline with the top mind-share according to the Management Magazine’s “2013 Consumer Brand Survey”, is committed to promoting innovative, high-quality passenger experience and caring services, including the retrofitting of Boeing 747-400 aircraft with brand new seats and entertainment systems, in-flight meals that combine the best of Chinese, Western and Taiwanese cuisine, as well as mobile phone and online services that satisfy passengers’ demand for convenient access.

About Mxi Technologies

Mxi Technologies provides integrated, intelligent aviation maintenance management software, bringing innovation and thought leadership to aviation organizations seeking to improve their labor productivity.  The Mxi Maintenix® software uses a modern architecture and provides advanced capabilities such as a role-based Web browser interface, automated workflow, integration adapters, electronic signatures, and support for portable wireless devices. In addition to supplying Maintenix, Mxi provides a full range of services including Maintenix implementation, business consulting, systems integration, training, and support.