As NBAA’s Schedulers & Dispatchers conference celebrates its 25th anniversary in New Orleans at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center this week, it’s appropriate that one of its exhibitors has also achieved that milestone. “Business aviation has grown dramatically in the 25 years since our founding,” said Vincent Esposito, president of aviation research company JetNet. “Serving the aviation industry has been an honor, and every year we find new ways to give industry officials the tools they need to succeed.”
The Utica, N.Y.-based company will be on hand at the show (Booth No. N554) to demonstrate the latest enhancements and additions to its JetNet Evolution Aerodex product. Aerodex is tailored specifically for FBOs, maintenance shops and other service companies that require an accurate and real-time database of worldwide aircraft owners and operators.
The data provider will also unveil the recent changes to its Evolution Marketplace service: an improved data export module, a new folder management feature, new user analytics that show how often a specific aircraft is being viewed on Jetnet and new account administrator tools for subscribers.
At the show, company representatives will provide updates from its latest “Intelligence Quarterly” service including results from the 2013 Global Business Aviation Survey.