Constant Aviation Selects Corridor Maintenance Software

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Constant Aviation hangar
Constant Aviation will implement maintenance software by Continuum Applied Technology at its U.S. facilities. The Corridor software will automate all aspects of aviation maintenance and service and provide real-time data sharing among facilities.
October 29, 2012, 3:10 PM

Continuum Applied Technology and Constant Aviation have agreed to implement Continuum’s Corridor Aviation Service software in Constant’s network of U.S. maintenance facilities, beginning at its facilities in Cleveland, Ohio; Birmingham, Ala.; and Las Vegas.

Corridor is an aviation-specific software application designed to automate all aspects of aviation maintenance and service. Constant has chosen the Corridor Enterprise Plus edition with features designed to ease communication and provide real-time data sharing among multiple facilities.

“We are excited to partner with Continuum Applied Technology, as their Corridor system will assist in streamlining our business function,” said Constant Aviation president Stephen Maiden. “With Constant’s continued growth we needed a system to support our numerous locations. The Corridor system will allow us to maximize the efficiency functions, which will translate into better customer service.”

One of the fastest growing MROs in the country, Constant Aviation (Booth No. 5040) offers interior and exterior maintenance, nose-to-tail inspections, repairs, component testing and troubleshooting, repair, replacement or installation of avionics systems.

“Constant Aviation is committed to providing the highest levels of aircraft maintenance, understanding their customers’ expectations and exceeding them,” said Continuum founder and president Jack Demeis. “As such, Constant is exactly the kind of company for which we developed Corridor. We look forward to helping them meet their goals of exceptional reliability and predictability, minimized operational costs and world-class service.”H.W.

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