We are happy to announce that EXSYN has successfully completed the data migration of the Etihad legacy fleet from cMRO to AMOS.
Etihad's A380 and B787 fleet have been managed in AMOS since their induction at the airline. However its legacy fleet comprising of A320, A330 and B777 aircraft remained in the Oracle cMRO system. The project to migrate the full scope of fleet data commenced in March 2020 and has been completed in a record pace of less than 10 months.
"In the middle of this critical project, the global pandemic hit aviation. As a result we were no longer able to travel to our client for workshops and other critical activities. However, what this project clearly demonstrates is that with the right infrastructure, governance and collaboration tools a project as critical as aircraft data migration can even be performed in a fully virtual setup without comprising on data quality, lead-time and project costs", says Sander de Bree, CEO of EXSYN.
About Etihad Airways:
Etihad Aviation Group, a diversified global aviation and travel company, is considered to be one of the world’s most acclaimed aviation brands. Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, was formed in 2003 and quickly went on to become one of the world’s leading airlines. Etihad flies to destinations across the world from its hub in Abu Dhabi with a young and environmentally friendly fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft. In recent years, the organisation has received numerous awards for its superior service and products, cargo offering, loyalty programme, aviation training and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) service.
About EXSYN Aviation Solutions:
EXSYN Aviation Solutions is specialized in the field of aircraft data, analytics & processing. Our portfolio of technology focuses on aircraft data and airworthiness management. These include tools for aircraft reliability management, predictive maintenance, system integration, aircraft records archiving and managed services for data migration, aircraft data optimization, and robotic process automation.