Jetnet celebrates 20-year milestone

NBAA Convention News » 2008
September 30, 2008, 7:08 AM

Jetnet, the business aircraft market research company, is celebrating 20 years of operation by showcasing its Aviation Business Index (ABI) service, Helicopter Database and STAR (Statistical Analysis & Review) report.

Founded in 1988, Jetnet, based in Utica, N.Y., provides information and intelligence on the worldwide business aircraft fleet and marketplace for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft, via real-time Internet access or by scheduled updates. Industry professionals use the data for aircraft transaction activities, direct marketing efforts and to monitor the aircraft marketplace.

“As we reflect on two decades of what Jetnet has accomplished, we are very proud of the successes we have had and the level of service we provide to our clients,” said Vincent Esposito, Jetnet’s president. “Aviation professionals from all over the world rely on Jetnet for up-to-the-minute aircraft information. We can consistently provide that better and faster, and with greater reliability that anyone else in the industry.
We will continue to grow and continue to be the premium vendor for what we do.”

ABI, which debuted at last year’s NBAA Convention, has established itself as a useful Web site for aircraft sales information, with comprehensive listings of business aircraft, executive airliners and helicopters for sale as well as data on some 60,000 aviation companies.  

“Jetnet’s growth has been very significant,” said Paul Cardarelli, director of sales and marketing for Jetnet. “Our inception two decades ago coincided with the start of the longest and most pronounced period of expansion in business aviation. Today, Jetnet is used by virtually every major organization and institution in the industry, something we are truly proud of. We have never lost sight of our primary mission: to support the professional aircraft resale community and to provide the entire aviation industry with the most comprehensive and accurate data we can.”  

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