Aeroxchange News

Aeroxchange News

FARMERS BRANCH, TEXAS, SEPT. 27, 2021 - Today, Aeroxchange announced the initial rollout of AeroCompass®, a new software application created exclusively for trading complex assets. Through AeroCompass, Aeroxchange offers operators, OEMs, MROs, lessors and suppliers unprecedented transparency to streamline the engine trading process.

Accessible via aeroxchange.com, AeroCompass enables buyers to quickly search and view engine availability, allows sellers to upload and store structured engine documentation and provides trading partners with an online collaborative assessment experience.


“With terrific input and support from global airlines and engine providers, we created AeroCompass to simplify the procurement of complex assets such as engines, APUs and landing gear,” said Albert Koszarek, President and CEO of Aeroxchange. “For engine trading partners, AeroCompass accelerates the decision-making process by providing a place where cross-functional teams within a buyer’s organization can collaborate directly with sellers while examining engine pedigree documentation.”


To help ensure AeroCompass was built with customers’ needs in mind, Aeroxchange met with an advisory group of key industry leaders who provided insight throughout the application’s creation process that contributed to feature development and workflow standardization.


During this initial rollout period, full access to AeroCompass is available to a select group of engine trading partners, with general availability expected later this year. If you would like to know more about AeroCompass, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


About Aeroxchange
Founded by 13 major global airlines in July 2000, Aeroxchange is a privately owned company providing software solutions that maximize efficiency across the aviation supply chain. Aeroxchange’s tailored solutions offer a seamless e-commerce experience between aerospace companies and their trading partners.

FARMERS BRANCH, TEXAS, SEPT. 1, 2021 - Aeroxchange announced today that Avianca selected AeroBuy® to automate purchase order management and standardize communication with trading partners.

Aeroxchange’s business to business solutions support workflow automation for the entire range of MRO supply chain processes. By integrating with Aeroxchange’s AeroBuy solution, Avianca aims to control costs and reduce risks by expanding its sourcing opportunities, streamlining and digitalizing its procurement processes and gaining visibility into the lifecycle of all purchase orders.

The agreement between Aeroxchange and Avianca will enable the airlines of Avianca Holdings (Avianca S.A., Avianca Ecuador S.A., Avianca Costa Rica S.A., Tampa Cargo SAS, Taca International Airlines S.A., Aviateca S.A., Isleña de Inversiones S.A. de C.V. and Regional Express Americas SAS) to implement standardization and automation across its subsidiaries’ operations. Through a single connection with Aeroxchange, AeroBuy will allow Avianca and its airline subsidiaries to buy through one platform using a single procurement process across a shared supply base.

“We are excited to bring value to Avianca and its passenger and cargo airline subsidiaries,” said Albert Koszarek, President and CEO of Aeroxchange. “By utilizing the robust AeroBuy connector supported within its AMOS ERP system, Avianca will be able to experience seamless automation with 100% of its trading partners with no development required.”

About Aeroxchange:
Founded by 13 major global airlines in July 2000, Aeroxchange is a privately owned company providing software solutions that maximize efficiency across the aviation supply chain. Aeroxchange’s tailored solutions offer a seamless e-commerce experience between aerospace companies and their trading partners.

AeroBuy and AeroRepair are web-based applications on Aeroxchange’s platform designed to accelerate parts procurement and repair order management, increase supply chain transparency, improve sourcing opportunities and pricing and streamline collaboration between trading partners.

“We are excited for the opportunity to provide LATAM with an aviation supply chain network and automation infrastructure to support its current and future EDI strategy,” said Albert Koszarek, President and CEO of Aeroxchange. “By utilizing AeroBuy and AeroRepair, LATAM will yield significant savings through standardization, automation and increased visibility into its entire purchase and repair order lifecycles.”

About Aeroxchange
Created by 13 major global airlines in July 2000, Aeroxchange is a privately owned company providing software solutions that maximize efficiency across the aviation supply chain. Aeroxchange’s tailored solutions offer a seamless e-commerce experience between aerospace companies and their trading partners.

FARMERS BRANCH, TEXAS, May 5, 2021 – Aeroxchange announced today that PSA Airlines, a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Airlines, has selected AeroBuy® and AeroRepair® to increase supply chain transparency, accelerate order fulfillment and improve trading partner collaboration.

AeroRepair and AeroBuy are subscription-based applications designed to digitally streamline procurement and repair order processes. By leveraging AeroBuy and AeroRepair, PSA Airlines will gain a comprehensive order management and tracking system that will provide enhanced real-time visibility into its entire purchase and maintenance order lifecycles.

With most of its high-volume trading partners already connected to both applications, upon implementation, PSA Airlines will instantly be able to begin tracking supplier lead times and measuring repair turnaround time performance.

"We appreciate PSA Airlines trusting Aeroxchange to digitally strengthen its supply chain operations,” said Albert Koszarek, President and CEO of Aeroxchange. “Our AeroBuy and AeroRepair solutions will drive cost-reduction efficiencies and productivity gains.”

As part of a phased rollout, PSA Airlines, along with the guidance of SeaTec Consulting, has already begun integrating its MXI system with AeroBuy. After AeroBuy is implemented, integration with AeroRepair will follow.

About Aeroxchange:
Founded by 13 major global airlines in July 2000, Aeroxchange is a privately owned company providing software solutions that maximize efficiency across the aviation supply chain. Aeroxchange’s tailored solutions offer a seamless e-commerce experience between aerospace companies and their trading partners.

About Aeroxchange

Aeroxchange is the only electronic business network serving the aviation MRO industry. Founded in 2000, Aeroxchange has grown to serve aviation leaders including major airlines, MRO providers, airframe manufacturers, OEMs, part and component suppliers and repair service providers around the world.
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