22 Oct 2013


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Applied Database Tech (ADT) is proud to announce TURKISH HABOM as its newest MRO customer in Europe. TURKISH HABOM, the subsidiary of Turkish Airlines, is the distinguished Aviation & MRO services provider in Europe, Middle East and western part of Asia. ADT’s web-centric suite of WINGS MRO software will be implemented in a record time with a projected going live date of November 2013 in the newly constructed facilities at the Sabiha Gokcen Airport in Istanbul, TURKEY.


ADT (Applied Database Tech) specializes in maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) software solutions for organizations which operate or maintain aircrafts. WINGS is a web-based, industry leading, one of the most advanced MRO software available today. Our solutions are currently used by more than 50+ well known organizations worldwide, including AAR MRO, Airborne MRO, Transaero MRO, Atlas Jet, Boeing Satellite Division, Goodrich, HAITEC MRO, IFLY, MNG Airlines, MNG Jet MRO, Nordwind Airlines, Onur Air Technic, Pullmantur Airlines, Pegasus, SunExpress Airlines, HR Textron, Turkish HABOM MRO, Volga-Dnepr Gulf MRO, ULS Cargo.


Turkish Airlines has invested $ 500 million in a 372,000m² airframe and component maintenance centre (HABOM) at Sabiha Gokcen Airport in Istanbul, where it will eventually employ 4,000 workers. This is more than the company currently employs (about 3,000), with its main base at Istanbul’s Atatürk International airport. The combined revenue projection of these two maintenance facilities will place the company in 6th position in the world by 2015. The HABOM complex incorporates state of the art technology with hangars having a capability of serving 11 narrow and 3 wide body aircrafts at the same time. Turkish Airlines aims to increase its fleet size from 225 to 300+ aircrafts by 2015.