Simplify & Streamline MRO Solutions @iBASEt Magazine Interviews. We all want simplified solutions in life, for anything even remotely complex that comes our way. iBaset does just that.
They provide simplified solution to complex manufacturing challenges. Not just that, these software solutions are built specifically for discrete complex manufacturing. In an exclusive interview with Swati.k, John Simmons, MRO Product Manager at iBASEt speaks about the specific features about their latest MRO software which sets it apart from the competition, his take on the MRO markets, the looming problem of cyber-security and much more...
READ ON! Q - Can you tell our readers some of the specific features of the latest MRO software iBASEt? A - The iBASEt MRO solution is highly effective in simplifying the execution of complex MRO operations. Q - iBASEt develops solutions for the most complex manufacturing challenges. A - Paper-based tracking of all maintenance activities is difficult, inefficient and error prone. Boeing starts assembling first KC-46A tanker for Japan News In Brief. 18 September 2019: The Boeing KC-46 team has started assembling Japan's first next-generation tanker, loading an 82.4-foot (25 meters) long wing spar in the company's 767 production facility.
"This is an exciting day for the programme and we look forward to building and delivering these multi-role tankers to the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF)," said Jamie Burgess, Boeing Vice President and KC-46 program manager. "From the enhanced flight deck to the modernised boom, this tanker will provide unmatched capabilities for Japan. " Boeing received a Foreign Military Sale contract for one KC-46A aircraft and logistics services in December 2017. The US Air Force exercised an option for Japan's second aircraft in December 2018. "We're proud to support the JASDF with a production line that emphasises quality, efficiency and safety," said Bruce Dickinson, Boeing 747/767 Vice President and General Manager. Sheltair Aviation breaks ground for its FBO at Colorado’s KBJC Hangars. 19 August 2019: Sheltair Aviation has broken the ground on their full-service FBO at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (KBJC), providing the region with a 21-acre state-of-the-art, $20 million dollar complex that consists of a new terminal, hangar and build-to-suit office space opportunities.
The construction of the new facility will be completed in 2020 and will mark Sheltair's first FBO presence west of the Mississippi and reflects the national strength of a company that, for over thirty years, has grown its reputation for service and safety at airports along the Eastern Seaboard. Jefferson County Manager, Don Davis said, "Our local aviation community expressed a strong desire for an expansion of available aeronautical services and I believe Sheltair's arrival at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport will provide that expansion through high quality services. We are excited to welcome the Sheltair team to Jefferson County and know they will make RMMA the regional airport of choice. " BOC Aviation places four Airbus A321NEO with Scoot News In Brief. 1 August, 2019: BOC Aviation Limited has placed four new Airbus A321NEO aircraft with Scoot Airlines ("Scoot").
The aircraft are powered by Pratt & Whitney's PurePower PW1100G-JM engines, and are scheduled for delivery in the second half of 2020. "We are delighted to add Scoot as a new customer, as we support the low-cost arm of Singapore Airlines Group in its fleet expansion plans," said Robert Martin, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, BOC Aviation. "Low-cost travel continues to enjoy strong demand, and Scoot's selection of the A321NEO allows it to leverage this growth and further develop its regional network. We look forward to working closely with Scoot in delivering innovative and fuel efficient aircraft solutions that provide a superior flying experience for its customers.
" Croatia Airlines renews contracts with Lufthansa Technik Airlines Third Party Maintenance. 30 July, 2019: Croatia Airlines, the state-owned flag carrier airline of Croatia has extended two long-standing contracts with Lufthansa Technik AG.
The extended agreements cover the Airbus A320 family fleet of the state-owned airline, which is presently operating six aircraft of this type. An existing Total Component Support (TCS) contract was extended by seven years. At the same time, the contract covering auxiliary power unit (APU) services was extended by five years. Croatia Airlines will also become a user of Lufthansa Technik's digital platform AVIATAR.
Davor Bujan, Technical Director Croatia Airlines, "Technical expertise has strongly contributed to Croatia Airlines being recognized as a safe air company. Jens Henningsen, Senior Executive Corporate Sales Europe at Lufthansa Technik, said, "With the extended contracts, Croatia Airlines is once again expressing its long-standing trust in Lufthansa Technik. Asian Sky Group, Beijing 999 sign cooperation agreement.
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