Passur adds FBO clients

Aviation International News » November 2008
November 3, 2008, 10:17 AM

Aircraft tracking and airport data provider Passur signed up three new clients recently. Ross Aviation’s FBO network is using Passur’s FBO software suite to monitor arriving aircraft and maximize fuel volume delivered to customers. Growing FBO chain Galaxy Aviation, a long-time Passur user, recently added the Fuel Portal system to its Passur system. Fuel Portal helps FBOs determine likely fuel volume needed by arriving customers and it also tracks historical customer fuel purchase behavior. Passur also signed up new customer Key Air for the FBO software suite. Passur’s flight-tracking system uses FAA radar data combined with Passur’s own network of passive sensors that can identify and track aircraft with registration numbers blocked from the FAA system.

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