Avdex adds the Beech Hawker 800XP to its ever growing list of schedules.
Avdex have just completed the compiling of the maintenance schedule for the popular Beech Hawker 800XP aircraft and its engines IAW the manufacturers recommendations to the AMP maintenance tracking system. This addition allows owners to take advantage of a more economical method of tracking the maintenance requirements of these aircraft.
The AVDEX AMP system now includes most general aviation aircraft types flown by operators in the Southern African region and provides independent, objective and affordable aircraft maintenance tracking for operators.
Avdex will also compile schedules to operator’s requirements IAW their Approved Maintenance Schedules and tailor them to exact specifications.
AVDEX have released a major upgrade to AMS to comply with new SACAA and Botswana CAA requirements. The latest AMS version is 2.285.112. Users may check the currently installed version in ‘Help – About’. These include changes made to the SACAA CA 43-02/03 forms as well as updated task-card, task-card index and Certificate of Release to Service reports produced within Avdex AMS. CRMA Engine times since new or overhaul have also been improved.
The upgrade may be downloaded from within AMS by going to ‘Housekeeping – Config Options – Company’ and selecting ‘Download Update’ and ‘Download Reports’.
All users should be logged out of AMS! Using Windows Explorer, go to Q:\Data\SetAMS and double click on the SetupReports.Exe file to unpack the upgraded report templates. This only needs to be done once.
Double click on the SetAMS.Exe file to install the AMS upgrade on the local PC. When complete, launch AMS. If required, upgrade the file structures if prompted and re index.
Users will be prompted to upgrade as they login.
For assistance, call the AVDEX office.
Avdex welcomes CDC aviation into the growing AMP list of aviation users tracking their aircraft maintenance. CDC Aviation is the Southern African agent for the Cirrus range of single engined piston aircraft. The Cirrus range have become the worlds best selling single engined aircraft for over twelve years. This range will soon be joined by the Cirrus Vision jet.
CDC have been a long time user of AVDEX AMS software to manage their workshop as the business grew to the substantial entity it is today. As the need to track the mandatory maintenance schedules required by the certifying authorities becomes ever greater, AVDEX have come to the fore with online tracking using locally developed software and pre built schedules which together with affordable subscription fees have attracted over three hundred aircraft to the system.
Avdex has rolled out the new user interface for the AMP aircraft maintenance tracking system. This much more functional and user friendly format replaces the original AMP web interface that all our clients are so familiar with. Taking client comments and our experiences into consideration, the AVDEX programmers have completely redesigned the user experience. Commonly used features are now grouped together in a better and more intuitive layout. In addition to these changes, there is a function that allows users to be linked to individual aircraft, making it easier for AOC users to gain access to their aircraft, while not having to scroll through the AMO’s list of aircraft. Security has been enhanced and users are now able to change their own passwords. AVDEX encourages clients to make use of strong passwords.
AVDEX is in the forefront of aircraft maintenance tracking is Africa with this new development.
Moshi Aviation Center adds their fleet of Pilatus PC-12 and Cessna 208 aircraft to the Avdex AMP maintenance tracking system.
Moshi Aviation Center is situated at Moshi Airport, Tanzania in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak and supports Tanzania’s vibrant tourism industry.
Avdex begin the task of capturing the current status of the fleet in the New Year to allow Moshi Aviation to establish and maintain an up to date tracking profile of each aircraft, allowing accurate maintenance forecasting. AMP is Southern Africa’s largest maintenance tracking service with a large variety of aircraft types on its system.