Paris, France, April 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Mauritania Airlines International, the national airline of Mauritania was established under the laws of Mauritania in 2009 with public funding and has its registered head office and maintenance facility in Nouakchott, Islamic Republic of Mauritania. The airline has already acquired two Boeing 737-500 and one Boeing 737-700 fitted with CFM56 engines CF56-3C1 & CFM56-7B24 series. These reliable and robust aircrafts are most suitable for the area and have been operated successfully before in Mauritania.
The young start-up airline has been created as a sovereign means of air transport for the country to promote air travel within and outside the country. To start operations, the airline has first relied on Mauritanian aviation professionals including trained pilots with FAA licenses and Boeing 737 qualified mechanics. Today plans are being made to develop in house training programs to extend newly recruited human resources competencies.
Since its early stage of development, Mauritania Airlines International has established a Safety and Quality assurance department to oversee operational activities according to national rules and international Civil Aviation Standards. The airline has now recently contracted Sagem for Flight Data Monitoring services and ADSoftware for its Fleet Management System and Logistics Solutions for improving operational efficiency and safety.
AIRPACK Suite will soon entirely handle the line maintenance which is executed in Nouakchott and will assist in coordinating the continued airworthiness and aircraft technical support done by British company MS4 Aircraft Management Group. While AIRTIME (Fleet management module) will make it easier for the airline management team to ensure that the maintenance is conducted following an approved maintenance program based on the Boeing type certificate holder’s recommendations, AIRSTOCK (Inventory and logistic module) will keep control of the global component service providers and of the aircraft components supply in compliance with the EASA/FAA regulations.
In the next coming months ADSoftware’s specialists, a team of experts dedicated to meeting the needs of each individual client, will work closely with Mauritania Airlines International’s technical team to implement AIRPACK Suite at the Nouakchott International Airport maintenance facility. Frederick Ulrich, CEO of ADSoftware is looking forward to start the project “The Maghreb region is a booming area for our solutions. We started in Morocco and Tunisia, where we already have 3 operators using AIRPACK. Our newly signed contract with Mauritania Airlines International confirms that we have well understood the specificities of the region.”
ADSoftware is a thirteen year old IT company based in France, with offices in Thailand, Brazil and South Africa. Specialised in Aviation software, the company has developed a fleet management system and logistic package called “AIRPACK”. This system meets the needs of airlines operating fleets between 2 and 25 aircrafts, as well as Maintenance and Repair Organisations (MRO) and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO).
The strength of ADSoftware is the simplicity of its product. It is Microsoft Windows® ready, Web-enabled, multilingual and complete training can be done in five days. The company provides 24/7 online technical support, with extremely competitive pricing that is up to 40% lower cost than competitors. Visit www.adsoftware.fr for more information.
About Air Mauritania
Mauritania Airlines International (MAI), the national carrier of Mauritania, was created in 2009. The airline operates and maintains a fleet two Boeing 737-500 and one Boeing 737-700. The young airline already has an extended network and has launched a weekly schedule to cover West African routes and Casablanca (Morocco) following a preliminary analysis. Mauritania Airlines fly to Brazzaville, Bamako, Conakry, Abidjan and also Cotonou. In the near future MAI should be flying to the Canary Islands (Spain) and Paris through aircraft leasing. The company flies four times weekly to Zoueratt via Nouadhibou in the country, and plans are being made to get a small aircraft (either a turboprop or similar) for the interior and ad hoc request for short trips. Visit http://www.mai.mr for more information.
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