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COMSOFT reports international AMHS link ready for launch in Peru and Columbia.

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Air traffic management solutions provider COMSOFT GmbH said on Wednesday that the air navigation service providers in Peru and Columbia are ready to introduce the new communication standard AMHS on an international level.

Interoperability tests and pre-operational tests of the Aeronautical Message Handling System were conducted in November by CORPAC in Peru and U.A.E.A.C. in Columbia.

They are now set to establish the first international AMHS link in South America, COMSOFT said.

The air navigation service providers will use AMHS for the exchange of flight plans and other aeronautical messages.

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