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Flightcraft Maintenance Services chooses RAAS

FMS-hangar

FMS boasts approximately 160,000 sq/ft in hanger space, able to accommodate aircraft up to B747′s and A340′s.

 

Winnipeg, July 21 2016 – Flightcraft Maintenance Services (FMS) has positioned itself to manage the complex maintenance and repair needs of some of North America’s leading operators. The Canadian-based MRO facility needed to upgrade its maintenance management software solution to help improve productivity and accuracy, and allow scalability of their operation while minimizing overhead. RAAS by AIS was the clear choice.

MRO-Friendly Features

Several features of RAAS well-suited to MRO and heavy-check facilities will be put to good use at FMS, specifically multiple customer and customer-specific MPD control, customer and consignment inventory and stores control, scan labor input for job- specific time accumulation, and customizable report outputs

Along with its browser-based implementation and paperless capabilities, RAAS will provide a solid pillar to FMS’ continued success.

“RAAS stood above the rest for its demonstrated ability to handle the complexities of our operation. We look forward to working with AIS to take full advantage of everything RAAS has to offer.” – Jim Peroff, President, FMS

“We’re excited to be working with such a dynamic and forward-looking operation such as FMS, and we look forward to a strong partnership for years to come.” – Eric Hansen, Director of Operations & CEO, AIS

About Flightcraft Maintenance Services

Flightcraft Maintenance Services is an independently owned and operated aircraft maintenance and overhaul company based at the Winnipeg international airport. With over 20 years in the business, the company has established itself internationally as a reliable and consistent aircraft maintenance and overhaul facility.

The company works closely with most aircraft manufacturers including Boeing, AirBus, Bombardier, ATR and Embraer in servicing and maintaining aircraft owned and operated by airlines and large financial institutions internationally.

For more information, visit http://flightcraftmaintenance.com/

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