A Midwest regional air carrier for both Delta and American Airlines has been using Maximo 6.1 with the original, separate, Maximo Aircraft Configuration Management system to track all aircraft and component maintenance activities since its launch. In 2016, the airline worked with Projetech, EDI, and IBM to upgrade their Maximo system to the current version of Maximo for Aviation (MfA). This upgrade project will culminate this summer and will deliver extensive improvements to the airline’s maintenance requirements as dictated by Federal Aviation Regulations section 121, covering passenger carrier airline operators.
“This award not only showcases the strong relationship between Projetech and EDI, but it also proves our ability to seamlessly collaborate on such a massive technical project,” says Jay Chauncey, EDI’s Vice President of Technology. “Reliable assets couldn’t be more important than in aviation. Projetech brings reliability to the infrastructure to help EDI look great delivering reliability through MfA for tracking labor, resources, hanger space, and turnaround times.”