After introducing its business software for flight training organizations just four years ago, Flying Software Labs (Booth C13337) is now offering a suite of seven software modules specifically developed for aviation in its MyFlightSolutions product line.
The company’s first product, MyFlightTrain is now in version six and is “very robust,” said CEO Jack Garzella. It now has some 70 users, with 43 implemented in the last 75 days. Based on current customer interest, he expects to have more than 300 by next summer.
MyFlightMXShop has been available for two years, and MyFlightClubs is also available. MyFlight135 (also for Part 91K users), MyFlightFBO and MyFlightRecords were released at NBAA2015. MyFlightAirports is still under development. All use the same software platform with additional features added as needed for the particular business; all are integrated, so a company with multiple businesses can obtain the specific modules for each. “All MyFlightSolutions modules use a value-based pricing model aligned to the customer’s revenue model,” said Garzella, who is a private pilot and software entrepreneur.
Initially self-funded by Garzella, the company added some investors when sales of MyFlightTrain made a sharp increase in August this year, he said.