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Commsoft to exhibit at the Aircraft Commerce Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference

10/06/2015

On 10–11 June 2015, representatives from Commsoft will be attending the Aircraft Commerce Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference, at the Park Inn Hotel, Heathrow, London.

The 2-day event provides a one-stop solution for airlines, aircraft operators and Independent MROs to discover more about how new technology can streamline and increase their operating efficiency as well as reduce costs dramatically. It is the only event in the world that addresses the key issues relating to the development of IT and its key uses in aircraft maintenance and flight operations.

The event focuses on three key areas: software demonstrations (featuring a large exhibition area in which airlines, aircraft operators and MROs can try out and demo the major software and hardware systems from the world's leading vendors); a 2-day agenda of presentations (presented by industry experts and IT users, discussing the latest key issues and trends in this rapidly developing sector); and networking opportunities (enabling meetings and discussions with over 300 key executives from airlines, operators, MROs, OEMs, IT Vendors, Regulators and Consultants from across the EMEA).

Formed in 1971, Commsoft is the aviation technology powerhouse behind OASES (Open Aviation Strategic Engineering System). The system, which is among the most successful aviation engineering and maintenance systems in the world, is used by a growing number of major airlines, including Jet2, BA CityFlyer, Kenya Airways, Loganair, McLarens Aviation and Next Jet.

Commsoft is based in the UK and in Australia, with regional offices in Derby, Norwich and Gatwick. Commsoft will be exhibiting at stand E44 at the Aircraft Commerce Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference 2015. For more information on the event, visit: www.aircraft-commerce.com

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