AMOS is not completely new at VallJet as many employees in the maintenance and CAMO organisation are already familiar with Swiss AviationSoftware’s MRO solution. In addition, part of the fleet to be phased into AMOS first, was previously managed in AMOS. This will simplify and accelerate the data transfer since a migration from AMOS to AMOS is facilitated using the standard AMOS transfer programs with the data available in the correct format and quality.
“We very much appreciate and feel honoured when former AMOS users stand up for AMOS again in their new employment context. We are glad to welcome VallJet to the AMOS Community and say “welcome back” to some old acquaintances. It is impressive to see how VallJet could use the crisis as a unique opportunity to be seized upon and grow its business,” states Ronald Scherer, CEO of Swiss-AS.
“We have been inducting one aircraft every month over the past year; and this is continued in 2021 as we already have four aircraft signed up for flight operation start by the end of the 1st quarter. Until now, we were managing our Cessna Citation II and CJs, Hawker, Legacy and ERJs in different software solutions. To optimize and better control costs of all our maintenance activities, it became evident that we need to merge all data in one single database. AMOS turned out to be the best fit after we had tested other software solutions,” says Jean Valli, President of VallJet.