We are delighted to expand our existing relationship with EXSYN Aviation Solutions | Simplifying Aircraft Data with an agreement to utilise NEXUS across ASL’s European airlines. The integration of NEXUS will allow ASL to closely manage the migration of aircraft data into AMOS and provide ongoing and extensive data health monitoring capabilities.
This agreement reflects the growth of a long-standing support arrangement between ASL and EXSYN Aviation Solutions around AMOS.
“The adoption of NEXUS at ASL underpins the long-term relationship between EXSYN and ASL. In addition, it’s a best-practice industry example of how strong aircraft data management capabilities support an aircraft operator in airworthiness compliance as well as operational efficiency” says Sander de Bree, CEO of EXSYN Aviation Solutions.
ASL Aviation Holdings
ASL Aviation Holdings, a global aviation services company with airlines based in Europe, South Africa and Asia, is a world leader in ACMI wet-lease airline operations for major express freight integrators, postal and e-commerce companies under long-term contracts.
The business’ long-haul cargo division holds traffic rights to and slots at several strategic hubs in Asia and North America. In addition, the group operates passenger services in France and in South Africa, where its associate airline is the domestic market leader.
Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, ASL’s six airlines include ASL Airlines Ireland, ASL Airlines Belgium, ASL Airlines France and ASL Airlines United Kingdom in Europe. ASL also have joint venture and associate airlines FlySafair in South Africa and K-Mile Asia in Thailand. The group also includes several leasing entities.
ASL has a global team of 3.000 people of 51 nationalities. The Group has a fleet of 130 aircraft that includes 7 aircraft types ranging from the turbo prop ATR 72 to the Boeing 747. ASL’s agreement with Boeing for 30 firm slots and 10 options for Boeing 737-800BCF ‘Boeing Converted Freighters’, will see the entry into service of the twentieth converted aircraft later this year.