CharterX, CTA link flight and ops systems

NBAA Convention News » 2009
October 21, 2009, 10:38 AM

CharterX Wyvern and Computing Technologies for Aviation (CTA) announced the launch of FlightPortal with FOSLink at NBAA. Charlottesville, Va.-based CTA’s Flight Operating System (FOS) is a flight and operations management software system. CharterX, based in Trenton, N.J., operates a Web-based air-charter marketplace. FOSLink allows flight departments and charter operators that use FOS to offer customers, owners and crewmembers immediate access to current and future flight activity on their own Web sites or intranet. 

“CharterX has developed a business-focused online service that can bring tremendous value to our common clients,” said CTA president Fred Powell.

“This latest joint development effort builds upon both CharterX’s and CTA’s track records for delivering technology solutions that help our customers conduct business more efficiently while delivering excellent customer service to their travelers,” said CharterX Wyvern president Jim Betlyon.

Convention attendees can get more information from CharterX Wyvern (Booth No. 3831) or CTA (Booth No. 1275).  

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