Condor Flugdienst GmbH has awarded GAMIT Ltd, an AMAC Aerospace company, a 10-year contract for its ROAM (Records Online Asset Management) digital archive records solution and to provide fleet asset management solutions.
Condor will utilise ROAM to further modernise its operations, seamlessly manage the technical documentation generated by its fleet to ensure key compliances as well as harness the abilities which ROAM offers in end of lease (EOL) projects and aircraft transitions.
Sandra Volk, director continuous airworthiness at Condor Flugdienst GmbH, said: “With ROAM, we are taking an important step towards a more digital future.
“We rely on GAMIT as a long-term partner and its solution for aircraft documentation.”
Project lead Holger Barth, head of AMOS Competence Centre and technical archive, said: “This enables us to digitise and optimise our processes in order to have the internal and also officially required documentation appropriately available at all times.
“Additionally, it takes us a big step forward into document processing automatisation to improve our cost efficiency.
“We look forward to making the best possible use of this in future projects for Condor.”
Chris Leese-Wood, chief operating officer of GAMIT, said: “GAMIT is privileged to be part of Condor’s ongoing digital transformation.
“Condor is a forward-thinking airline that sets a global example for best practises and digital transformation in the aviation sector.
“ROAM being part of its digital journey will empower the data within technical documentation and streamline time sensitive projects.
“We look forward to working closely with the Condor team and being a key partner to achieve their digital goals.”