Russian aviation authority approves COMSOFT AIDA-NG

The Civil Aviation Authority of Russia has issued the MAK certificate to allow the use of COMSOFT’s messaging solution AIDA-NG in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

- Kartsruhe, Germany.

Interstate Aviation Committee has approved COMSOFT’s market-leading AIDA-NG, for AFTN, AMHS and CIDIN services, opening up new possibilities for this important product.

All systems related to Civil Aviation and Air Space Use in Russia and the CIS need to first be certified by IAC/MAK before usage there is permitted so, with COMSOFT the only solution provider outside of Russia to have so far achieved this certification for AMHS, the German expert has set itself in good stead for their respective interest.

IAC/MAK also oversees the use and management of civil aviation in CIS republics, including Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine.

IAC conducted successful tests on AIDA-NG during a demanding and thorough process at the start of June, which now allows COMSOFT’s message handling system in Rostov, Russia to be used to its full extent.

The tough authorisation process essential for MAK certification included verifying COMSOFT’s ISO9001:2008 quality standard together with the German certification body DQS, validating the operational results of AIDA-NG, as well as extensive auditing of all documentation and production processes used by the German solution provider.

COMSOFT CEO Manfred Schmid commented on the approval stating: “Being certified by IAC will open doors for us in other CIS states. Completing this comprehensive certification process highlights COMSOFT’s dedication to providing quality services and products to our customers worldwide.”

AIDA-NG is the only AMHS/AFTN implementation on the market that provides fully integrated and uniform message handling facilities. It fulfils all international aeronautical interoperability standards for AMHS, AFTN, CIDIN, SITA and OLDI, while also being superior through its convenient and efficient support of sophisticated operational procedures.


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