Industry data provider JetNet will be demonstrating new flight reporting and route-tracking features and capabilities later this month at the NBAA Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference in San Antonio, Texas. The Utica, New York-based company, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, said its new flight-activity and route-analysis software will help equipment managers, fuel and ground service providers, and maintenance shops find and analyze historical flight data to meet their individual needs.
“We’re all about converting flight activity into serial-number-level contacts, including the owners/operators, chief pilots, directors of maintenance and more,” said Mike Foye, the company’s director of marketing. “We solve questions like how to figure out the key contacts behind the aircraft you want to service, refuel, manage, insure, finance, overhaul, and paint.”
Users can search by airframe, airport, fleet, operator, and fuel/tech stops, with no limit on the number of historical reports they can run. They can also compare flight activity by specific date ranges across targeted airports, as well as by flight distance.
“We are constantly improving and adding to the functionality of our airport and business aircraft flight reporting and route-tracking capabilities,” said company vice president Tony Esposito. “Combined with our detailed aircraft owner/operator database, we’re giving our clients an unparalleled set of tools to compete in the marketplace.”