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Atlantic Aviation Group Granted EASA Part 21 Design Services Approval

Shannon based Atlantic Aviation Group, have this week announced that they have been granted EASA Part 21 Design Services approval.

Speaking at the announcement, Part 21 Design Services manager Colm Carty said “I would like to thank everyone who helped us to achieve this approval including the EASA Design Organisations department. We are delighted to be able to offer this new capability and look forward to building our team to meet the demands of our current and future customers.”

With over 50 years of experience as a Part 145 Base Maintenance service, Atlantic Aviation Group in addition to its Design Services capability also offers CAMO services and Part 147 training. These services can be offered independently but also bundled as a suite depending on customer requirements saving valuable time and money.

The addition of Design Services approval is a key component to the Group’s customer centric strategy as CEO Connor Flanagan explained, “Design Services is a key part of our strategy to provide customers with a full complementary suite of services. This latest approval clearly demonstrates the Groups ongoing desire to meet and exceed our customer expectations.”

He continued “These are very exciting times at Atlantic Aviation Group with the recent granting of CAMO approval, the opening of the new Atlantic Aviation Institute late last year along with today’s announcement. We have very ambitious plans for this company which are driven by our customer’s needs. The plans are also hugely motivated by our core values including ambition, customer centricity and commitment to excellence. The future is bright for Atlantic Aviation Group.”

The Atlantic Aviation Group team will be exhibiting on stand C110 at the Dublin Aviation Summit on May 16th and 17th in the RDS, Dublin.

Seabury Solutions Adds SkyBahamas to Its Rapidly Growing Alkym Customer Base
Seabury Solutions, a subsidiary of Seabury Capital LLC and a global aviation software development and consultancy company, announced today that SkyBahamas, the premier regional airline of The Bahamas, will adopt industry-leading Alkym / Aircraft Management and Control System (Alkym), an integrated modular MRO IT solution.

Welcoming this new milestone in SkyBahamas’ operating history, the airline’s Maintenance Director, Eng. Jorge Qüerio, emphasized that “we are increasing our destinations and frequency in domestic flights. This begins with charter flights, leading to inclusion to our regular flight schedule. This, and the intention of increasing our fleet, lead us to look and choose a product for our maintenance management that can help us optimize our process and thereby attain increased efficiency along with guarantee safety in our operations.”

The airline’s vendor search process resulted in the selection of Alkym. “The project is already underway,” added Qüerio who also explained that the airline is planning to implement nine of the available modules with the core Technical & Logistics functions. In addition, SkyBahamas will implement the QA and complete HR modules.

“A cornerstone of our operation is to expand our client base and provide them with world-class customer service,” commented Seabury Solutions Senior Vice President John Barry. “We want to ensure we afford our airline customers the ability to grow. When SkyBahamas were seeking solutions in the market, they could turn to many similar companies globally and regionally, however, they saw our solution as a proven concept.”

Date: May 16, 2017

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