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Indonesian carrier Kalstar Aviation has installed Seabury MRO’s Alkym software to manage the maintenance of its fleet of 12 aircraft.
Jakarta-based Kalstar, which has a fleet of eight ATR, two 737s and two E-Jets, said it chose the Alkym software because it was exploring ways to increase its fleet availability and reliability whilst maintaining safety and quality standards.
John Barry, senior vice-president at Seabury, said the firm has been working with Kalstar on the software selection process for around 18 months and believes the firm’s ability to provide its solutions within the budget of a growing airline was a factor in securing the contract.
Alkym’s capabilities cover: planning scheduled maintenance; coordinating resources; monitoring suppliers and systems; ensuring the application of service bulletins; and managing work orders.