Air Greenland was ready for a change in its MRO software as the legacy software was no longer in the position to support today’s airline maintenance requirements. Among others, the airline was looking for fully integrated end-to-end support for all processes for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft combined with the capability to support a paperless operation.
The operation of its aircraft is far from standard, the mixed fleet brings a mixed utilisation with its own challenges. A combination of scheduled, charter medical and SAR flights have to be accommodated when managing all ground activities and supporting business areas. With these requirements in mind, Air Greenland started an in-depth selection process to get a clear picture of the capabilities and gaps on the available software solutions.
AMOS was able to convince the project team by ticking off the requirements and having a proven track record of successful implementations around the world for helicopters as well as fixed-wing aircraft.
The implementation project is in full swing with workshops and training being delivered both on-line and on-site. While the project started during the pandemic and all services from Swiss-AS had to be performed online, on-site travel is now possible again to the benefit of both, Swiss-AS and Air Greenland. Flexibility, creativity, and the lessons learnt from the beginning of the pandemic ensured that the travel ban did not block the implementation progress.
With the AMOS Airline Edition, Air Greenland will perform most of its maintenance inhouse and rely on the industry best practice processes that come with the MRO software. AMOSmobile/EXEC is also in the scope of the project and will complete the AMOS user experience in the hangar.