JetNet Unveils New Prospecting Tools for FBOs

Industry data provider JetNet introduced several major updates to its products at the National Business Aviation Association's annual Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference. A new Aircraft Flight Activity/Utilization program will help subscribers prospect for customers. The program was designed with FBO and airport operations service providers in mind, so users “can easily generate lists to target decision-makers for...fuel and/or ground services,” said Paul Cardarelli, the Utica, N.Y.-based company’s vice president of sales. Using the system, customers will have access to aviation activity dating back to 2005, broken down by serial number, owner/operators, manufacturer (including specific models), airports, and fleets across North America and Europe.

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The company has also launched a fuel/tech stop finder, which will enable users to determine serial-number-specific refueling opportunities. The tool allows customers "to identify where aircraft make fuel/tech stops across North America and Europe, and is a huge time saver in generating prospecting lists for fuel providers,” said Jason Lorraine, JetNet’s senior tech/sales specialist.

The company, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, is also releasing a comprehensive set of market reports. The new format provides users with approximately 20 pages of model intelligence, including specifications and range maps.