Two Republic of Korean aviation companies—one airline and one MRO--recently signed agreements to implement Seabury Solutions’ Alkym aircraft maintenance software. Korean Aviation Engineering & Maintenance Service (KAEMS), a new MRO that plans to begin operating later this year, started implementing Alkym in August and is scheduled to finish the process in nine months. “KAEMS is a startup that has contracts in place with a local low-cost carrier (LCC),” for which ...

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