Euro-Asia Air selects SAM 11 software solution

- for their CAMO and MRO needs

Denmark, May 2018 – ASA – Airline Software Applications, providers of the SAM software – the cost-effective solutions for small to medium sized CAMOs and MROs, are pleased to announce that Euro-Asia Air of Kazakhstan has selected SAM 11.


“We are pleased to welcome Euro-Asia Air to our expanding list of customers” commented Henrik Wendelboe, Chief Sales Officer. “With their strong presence in Kazakhstan, Euro-Asia Air has distinguished itself with a reputation for operational excellence and high-quality service. We are proud to be supporting the Euro-Asia Air team and look forward to our shared success.”


About Euro-Asia Air

Euro-Asia Air is the largest helicopter airline in Kazakhstan. The use of helicopters and airplanes in Kazakhstan (large territory, difficult terrain, lack of developed transport infrastructure and difficult climatic conditions) allows solving the tasks of servicing the oil and gas industry of the republic and satisfying the demand of enterprises and the population for air transportation.

At present, the airline has implemented one and continues to implement increasingly new projects to modernize its fleet of aircraft.

Euro-Asia Air operates a fleet of helicopter equipment and a fleet of passenger aircraft equipped with modern on-board equipment in accordance with international requirements.

Euro-Asia Air has the following aircraft fleet:

  • 10 Mi-8T helicopters
  • 2 helicopters of model AS-365N3
  • 2 aircraft Challenger 850 and Challenger 870
  • 4 helicopters of the model AgustaWestland 139

About ASA – Airline Software Applications ApS

Airline System Applications is a global provider of the SAM Aircraft Maintenance Systems and hold a strong position in solving everyday problems for aircraft maintenance organizations through innovative solutions, enabling them to perform even better in their jobs. By listening to how customers strive to make flying safer every day our focus is to deliver on our promises to enable them to do so.

For more information, please visit www.asasoftware.eu, call Henrik Wendelboe at +45 5360 0179 or mail hw@asasoftware.eu.