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Air Tanzania selects ADSoftware MRO IT solution


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Air Tanzania selects ADSoftware MRO IT solution

The Tanzanian flag carrier has started implementation of ADSoftware’s solution to manage its fleet of Bombardier Q400, Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the new A220 (formerly known as CS300). The move is part of an overhaul of the operator’s maintenance processes and will facilitate its efforts to optimize operations. The fleet is one of the newest on the African continent, Air Tanzania being the first African operator and the fifth airline globally to receive the A220.

With these changes the operator needed a solid partner for its Maintenance Information System. A thorough selection process led to the selection of ADSoftware solution, Airpack. The main advantages were the comprehensive set of functionalities offered, the user friendliness of the software and the tailored implementation service with an aircraft data expert dispatched on-site soon after contract signature.

Frederic Ulrich, CEO of ADSoftware, shared his reaction to the decision: “We are proud to stand by Air Tanzania in their long-term strategy. The personal involvement and determination of both teams has been remarkable. I am confident that this will become one of ADSoftware’s best user stories in the near future.”

Air Tanzania is operating more regional routes and soon long-haul flights will start with the state-of-the-art 787 Dreamliner. In this context, ADSoftware will insure that all the tasks related to the maintenance program are properly centralized and performed while giving a user-friendly platform for all the departments to work together.

Mr Ladislaus Matindi, CEO of Air Tanzania commented “More than 2 years ago we started a modernization plan that led to complete fleet renewal and the acquisition of new and modern aircraft such as the Q400, the A220 and the 787. As we made these incredible changes, we also needed to modernize our Maintenance Information System and pick the best provider. ADSoftware presented the best solution in terms of prices, features and adaptability. Their experts were readily available to start the project and come to our facilities. Our team is looking forward to start working with their solution.”