Aviation market information specialist JetNet has launched a new application program interface (API) that allows its subscribers to customize their own databases and applications, the Utica, New York-based firm announced yesterday. JetNet API enables users to interface the firm’s fixed- and rotary-wing data with their internal management and customer relationship management (CRM) systems such as Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics, as well as non-competing databases and services, according to JetNet.
“JetNet API is robust, flexible, and available now,” said JetNet marketing director Mike Foye. “If our subscribers are interested or don’t have the programming expertise in house, we can help them design a custom connection between their company and JetNet API.”
The firm houses real-time marketplace information on the worldwide business and commercial airplane and helicopter fleet, comprising more than 110,000 airframes.