Skystream Airlines, an EU-based airline with its headquarters in Tallinn, Estonia, is to deploy OASES as its airworthiness and maintenance solution.
The company specializes in air cargo and operates a fleet of Saab 340 cargo aircraft. Skystream has opted for a number of OASES modules including CAMO, Line Maintenance and Materials to ensure its aircraft are always airworthy to provide the best possible air cargo service.
The use of OASES will enable Skystream to future-proof its business growth while offering a unified, configurable platform for driving and monitoring the airline’s MRO operations with a focus on best practice and compliance procedures.
Implementing OASES brings many important advantages for Skystream including:
• Airworthiness processes which can be planned, executed, accelerated, logged, and automatically captured for compliance monitoring and reporting.
• Line maintenance, with the integration of data feeds from EFB, ETL, e-enabled aircraft and electronic operations systems, enabling the control of short-term maintenance planning, aircraft defects and the materials required to support rectification.
• Material management with the improved cost-effectiveness of stock control and the assurance of availability when required.
Oliver Loorits, Skystream’s airworthiness manager, said, “We are very pleased to partner with OASES, one of the most dedicated and outstanding CAMO/MRO software companies in the aviation industry,” adding, “With OASES advanced software and support from their professional services team, Skystream Airlines will have a real opportunity to achieve our goal of extensive growth in 2022 and beyond.”
“We are excited to partner with Skystream on what we hope will be a long and successful journey with them,” said Paul Lynch, CEO, managing director of OASES. “We’re confident the implementation of the OASES will help bring them major benefits through operational efficiencies, reduced maintenance, simplified processes and improved productivity. Being a cloud solution, OASES will seamlessly scale to meet Skystream’s ambitions.”