System to manage fleet configuration, maintenance planning, execution, and materials support
2015 MRO ASIA – Singapore, Booth 641 (November 3, 2015) – Mxi® Technologies, the leader in aviation maintenance management software, announced today that Myanmar National Airlines (MNA), in collaboration with ATR, has selected the Maintenix® system to deliver comprehensive maintenance management support for its expanding fleet of ATR aircraft.
One of the oldest and most experienced airlines in Asia, Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) has set its sights on growing its presence both domestically and abroad. In addition to doubling its ATR fleet, the airline is setting up a modern maintenance repair center in Yangon.
Meeting these objectives required an IT solution that could deliver standardized processes across the maintenance management chain. With Maintenix, MNA will be able to capitalize on automated, mobile-ready functionality supporting all fleet configuration management, planning, execution and materials functions, enabling greater day-of-operations control, optimized parts demand and fulfillment, and stronger regulatory compliance.
“Upgrading our fleet, and the critical maintenance management practices that support it, reflects our commitment to offering world-class standards of safety, comfort and punctuality to our passengers,” says Captain Than Tun, Chief Executive Officer of Myanmar National Airlines. “A modern fleet supported by advanced operational IT systems and processes gives Myanmar National Airlines the opportunity to change the way we serve our country.”
This latest deal reflects the Maintenix system’s continued expansion among worldwide operators and independent MROs of all sizes. In the past year alone, Mxi has secured relationships with the likes of Southwest Airlines, Mesa Airlines, Cape Air, and HAECO, among others.
“Myanmar National Airlines joins a growing international community of aviation organizations committed to improving efficiencies and driving greater value from their maintenance practices through the adoption of progressive MRO IT,” says Bill Cavitt, President and CEO at Mxi Technologies. “We look forward to working with Myanmar National Airlines and their partners as they redefine the standard for customer service excellence.”
About Myanmar National Airlines:
Myanmar National Airlines is a state owned national carrier founded in 1948 under the name “Myanmar Civil Aviation.” Domestic flights initially flew to 19 airports with six De Havilland Dove aircrafts, and routes to Bangkok, Calcutta and Chittagong opened up in 1950. The airline was reformed under the Union of Burma Airways Act of 1952 according to an international flight schedule extension program. The flights were operated to Singapore, Kathmandu and later to Bangkok, Calcutta, Dhaka, Hong Kong and Jakarta until 1993. In 1989, the airline was renamed “Myanma Airways” and flew to 21 destinations. MNA flies to 26 destinations, more than any other Myanmar airline, re-launching its domestic service on December 15th, 2014. For more information, visit www.flymna.com
About Mxi Technologies:
Mxi Technologies is a leading provider of integrated and intelligent maintenance management software, support and services catering specifically to the global aviation industry, including commercial and defense operators, third-party MROs, and OEM aftermarket service providers. Mxi Technologies’ suite of Maintenix® software is uniquely designed to help aviation organizations maximize the revenue potential of their aviation assets through standard, lean, and predictable maintenance. Featuring a modern, Web-based and mobile-enabled architecture, the Maintenix suite delivers advanced capabilities such as controlled workflow, automated maintenance and materials planning, point-of-maintenance access to real-time information, and paperless execution and compliance. Mxi’s global footprint of customers range from emerging, small to midsized organizations to the largest global enterprises, with single to multi-site deployments that scale as high as 6,000 users in a single instance.