Data migration project at United Express – operated by CommutAir

Schiphol-Rijk, 25 February 2016

United Express, operated by CommutAir has signed up with EXSYN’s solution platform. CommutAir has subscribed TITAN to help them phase-in the recently obtained Embraer 145 aircrafts into their MRO system. CommutAir has approached EXSYN to perform the data migration and system setup of their AMOS system in order to manage this new fleet. EXSYN will prepare the initial setup for the management of the Embraer 145 fleet and load the first delivered ERJ-145 aircraft tail data required into AMOS. After the initial setup CommutAir will continue to operate the TITAN framework for the phase-in of all remaining ERJ145 aircraft.

About TITAN:

TITAN is a solution to seamlessly manage the migration of Airline Airworthiness Data. Modern aircraft have increasingly more data in order to manage Maintenance, Airworthiness and Regulatory Compliance. To manage these fast amounts of data EXSYN has developed a solution to extract, manage and load data seamlessly into any Maintenance & Engineering system. Because of its unique technological framework it eliminates most human intervention during transfer of aircraft data.

About CommutAir:

CommutAir is one of the nine individually owned regional airlines which operate under the United Express brand, the regional branch of United Airlines. The nine regional airlines operate short and medium haul feeder flights. CommutAir currently operates a large fleet of Bombardier Q200/Q300 aircraft with more than 650 weekly flights to 30 cities in the midwest, northeast and Canada. From spring onwards the 40 ERJ-145 will start serving the passengers of CommutAir. For more information visit flycommutair.com