Swedish Airline NextJet Signs Up to Commsoft’s OASES System

    12 Oct 2010


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Swedish Airline NextJet Signs Up to Commsoft’s OASES System

  • Nextjet provides a domestic route service to 19 destinations in the North of Sweden
  • NextJet has signed a new contract to use Commsoft’s MRO OASES software, its fifth new customer in 2010
  • OASES is one of the most user-friendly and flexible systems on the market

London, 12th October 2010

Communications Software (Airline Systems) Limited (“Commsoft”) www.commsoft.aero, provider of market leading MRO software systems for aircraft maintenance has signed a new contract with Nex Time Jet AB (‘NextJet’) www.nextjet.se a Sweden-based scheduled and charter aircraft operator.

The 10 concurrent user contract is for the use of Commsoft’s OASES MRO management system. OASES will be used to support the NextJet fleet of thirteen SAAB340 airliners, three BAE.ATP, two Beech 1900D and one Beech King Air 200 which operate from Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. The OASES system will initially cover the following elements:

  • Reliability
  •  Tech Logs & Defect Control
  •  Inventory parts database
  • Technical Records & Forecasting
  •  AD/SB Evaluation
  • Planning & Workpack Production
  • Line Maintenance Control
  • Digital Documentation for workcard manual attachments
  • AMP Management

Commsoft supports aircraft maintenance organisations with high quality, affordable MRO IT systems. Drawing on extensive experience in the aviation and IT industries, the Commsoft team has developed a set of easy to use but functionally sophisticated systems, which increase efficiency and reduce costs in many key areas. Utilising the latest technologies and an industry-leading database, OASES is able to be deployed easily and efficiently into any maintenance environment.

Nick Godwin, Business Development Director at Commsoft, commented:

“We look forward to supporting NextJet with the management of their aircraft during a period of rapid expansion with a larger fleet of SAAB340s. This contract, our fifth this year, is a further example of the growing global demand for the Commsoft OASES system and we are hopeful for other successes in Scandinavia, which is proving to be an active market for new evaluations.”

Sverre Rosmark, Engineering Manager at NextJet added:

“We researched a number of software systems and chose the Commsoft OASES MRO software system due to its flexibility, cost effective licences, individual software modules, security, speed, reliability and scalability allowing us to manage any type of aircraft we bring in.”

NextJet attended the recent OASES User Group 2010 and Mr Rosmark was able to network with established users and to witness directly Commsoft’s development plans. The User Group meeting proved to be an outstanding success.

For Further Information:

Communications Software (Airline Systems) Ltd
Press Office
M +44 (0)7739-461-061
T +44 (0)844-822-1658
E press@commsoft.aero

Notes to Editors:

About Commsoft

1. Communications Software was formed as a software house in 1971 and won its first airline contract in 1975
2. Commsoft is headquartered in Tiptree, Essex and has four additional offices in the UK and one in Australia
3. Commsoft’s market- leading product, OASES is utilised in around 50 airlines and maintenance organisations internationally to support 70 aviation operations


1. The OASES system has a wide array of services ranging from implementation support, user training, system tailoring, as well as day-to-day help desk, maintenance support and update release services
2. All of these services together provide the user with the professional service and reliability our customers have come to expect
3. The product is constantly improved and refined in collaboration with airline and aircraft maintenance clients
4. This has been proven worldwide in a variety of live maintenance environments from large LINUX systems to PC networks
5. OASES has FAA, EASA and various national CAA approvals

About NextJet

1. NextJet was founded in 2003
2. NextJet currently provides an extensive domestic service from Stockholm’s Arlanda and Bromma airports to 19 destinations concentrated mainly in northern Sweden, with an international extension to Copenhagen, Denmark
3. Next Jet also operates taxi and executive charter flights with two business jet aircraft