Airbus Corporate Jet Centre selects new maintenance information system for its VIP Pass services package

Airbus Corporate Jet Centre selects new maintenance information system for its VIP Pass services package

The AMOS fully-integrated maintenance information system has been chosen by the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre for its innovative VIP Pass Airworthiness Engineering Service.

3 March 2010 Feature story

The Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) has selected AMOS as the maintenance information system for VIP Pass, its innovative package of services dedicated to VIP customer requirements. AMOS is developed and distributed by Swiss AviationSoftware Ltd. 

“We have selected AMOS for our Airworthiness Engineering VIP Pass offer because this application offers us and our customers great performance, very high standards and an intuitive ergonomic interface coupled with a competitive cost of ownership,” said ACJC Head of Customer Support and Services Fabio Beretta.

ACJC’s VIP Pass provides an airworthiness and maintenance engineering service that bundles the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre’s technical expertise with the Airbus Corporate Jet (ACJ) Family, which is now complemented by the availability of a top quality maintenance information system.

The Airbus Corporate Jet Centre takes care of the information technology  infrastructure, installation and configuration of AMOS in its facility. This solution provides ease of use for customers and a guarantee that airworthiness data is professionally handled.

VIP Pass is the innovative package of customised services recently launched by ACJC, providing a truly innovative solution in the business jet market. Specifically developed for executive and private operators of Airbus Corporate Jet aircraft, VIP Pass includes cabin upgrades and refurbishment, airframe maintenance, cabin and airframe spares, as well as full engine support. The package is available for all Airbus corporate jets, including the ACJ Family, as well as the A330 and A340.

Installation of the new management information system is in the final phase, with VIP Pass Airworthiness Engineering Service to be available beginning this spring.

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