JetNet index tracks info on 60,000 businesses

HAI Convention News » 2008
February 18, 2008, 8:14 AM

JetNet/AvData has added the Aviation Business Index (ABI) to its network of database services, bringing to the rotary-wing world real-time data on 60,000 aviation companies worldwide in addition to aircraft sales listings, news and jobs. Database demonstrations are being featured here at Booth No. 4136.

The service also offers market reports and information about aircraft operators and dealers. “The positive feedback we receive about our ABI service just reinforces that we’re doing the right thing,” said Vincent Esposito, president of JetNet/AvData. “Aviation professionals from all over the globe take advantage of our vast archive of aviation data.”

The company also announced that its helicopter database service–launched in 2006–now provides information on 28,700 rotary-wing airframes, an increase of nearly 4,000 since last year. “Each year JetNet for helicopters outperforms the last,” Esposito said. “We’ve successfully added inventory and kept it an easy-to-use interface.”    o

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