Airops Update Links With PrivateFly

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L to r: George Galanopoulos, managing director of London Executive Aviation, an Airops user; with Daniel Tee, managing director of Airops; and PrivateFly CEO Adam Twidell, celebrate the cooperation between Airops and PrivateFly.
L to r: George Galanopoulos, managing director of London Executive Aviation, an Airops user; with Daniel Tee, managing director of Airops; and PrivateFly CEO Adam Twidell, celebrate the cooperation between Airops and PrivateFly.
May 18, 2014, 5:00 AM

Airops Software has just released an upgraded version of its online charter price quoting tool, which is fully integrated with global booking platform PrivateFly, allowing operators to provide automatic charter quotes. “We are delighted to offer our registered operators this enhanced new business tool,” said Jonathan Tregoiing, general manager of Airops Software. “The alignment of both technologies makes excellent business sense for all concerned and we look forward to rolling this out.”

With the new system, Airops’ users have the ability to respond automatically to live flight requests received from PrivateFly. The quote is generated within the operator’s own system, based on aircraft availability and location, and once approved, is submitted to PrivateFly and the end customer. “The enhanced integration with Airops gives their registered aircraft operators a more efficient way to market their availability to our clients,” said PrivateFly CEO Adam Twidell. “Ultimately this delivers a faster response to the end user, which we know results in more charter bookings.”

Airops currently provides scheduling and quoting software for 15 prominent charter operators, including London Executive Aviation. Current users of the system should contact the Gama Aviation subsidiary (Booth 806) to switch on the automatic quoting capability.

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