Hubicon and ASA sign agent agreement

Denmark, January 2019 – We are pleased to announce that ASA – Airline Software Applications ApS has signed an agent agreement with Hubicon, Germany, for the promotion of SAM 11 CAMO and MRO software solution in Africa. 

“We are delighted to have Hubicon joining us as an agent to promote SAM software towards helicopter operators and MRO companies in Africa” commented Henrik Wendelboe, Chief Sales Officer. “With Mr. Herbert Magerla’s strong helicopter background and his extensive knowledge of the aviation industry in Africa, Hubicon will strengthen our African helicopter expertise”.

About Hubicon
The company Hubicon was founded by Mr. Herbert Magerla, in 2006. As Certifying Staff CAT B1/C to EASA Part 66 and authorized Airworthiness Review Staff, Mr. Herbert Magerla hold type ratings for Bell 212/412, Agusta Bell 212/412 as well and the Group rating for Helicopter single-engine piston (HSEP) and Helicopter single-engine turbine (HSET).

Mr. Magerla’s experience on helicopter of different manufacturer reach from Bell, MDH, Schweizer, Robinson, Agusta, Eurocopter, Sikorsky, up to Boeing Helicopter.

During job activities as maintenance manager, postholder CAMO in maintenance companies / flight schools in Europe and Africa (Egypt, Sudan, Ivory Coast), Mr. Herbert Magerla has collected over 35 years experience with helicopter, used under most different climatic and organizational prerequisites.

About ASA – Airline Software Applications ApS
ASA is a global provider of SAM and SAM Light. SAM is a feature-rich aviation maintenance solution that enables highly optimized, flexible and cost effective procedures for CAMO operators as well as Part-145 MRO providers on the global market. SAM makes it easy to manage your fleet, order your resources, track and analyse, manage your workshop and more.

We also offer SAM Light, a new, web-based version of our popular SAM software for General Aviation customers that need a cost efficient and powerful aviation maintenance software that is compatible with EASA’s Part-M Light regulation change.