Until now, looking for air charter service, or maintenance facilities anywhere in Brazil, had to be done through the phone book, or by visiting the links section of each aviation news website. This is a tedious and time-consuming process. Now you can find it all in one stop on www.AltoVoo.com
Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) January 19, 2009
International business aviation expert Barbara Abello, launches the first online aircraft market & industry directory dedicated to Brazilian General Aviation. AltoVoo.com will provide aircraft buyers, owners, operators and industry professionals an online resource to find, post, buy and sell general aviation related products and services in Brazil.
The debut of AltoVoo.com signifies buyers no longer need to waste time digging through the Yellow Pages or magazines, in search of the desired aviation service or product. For the first time, all this information is available at the click of a mouse, neatly organized by search categories. "Until now, looking for air charter service, or maintenance facilities anywhere in Brazil, had to be done through the phone book, or by visiting the links section of each aviation news website. This is a tedious and time-consuming process. Now you can find it all in one stop on http://www.AltoVoo.com ," explains Barbara Abello, Principal at AltoVoo L.L.C.
Innovation and organization of this website also stretches to the area of online aircraft advertising. AltoVoo is the first aircraft market that provides advertisers a premium quality medium to showcase their aircraft with high definition pictures, full aircraft specifications in Portuguese, a space to upload a company logo, and strategically placed banners to maximize exposure to a qualified pool of buyers surfing through the website.
The portal offers buyers easy navigation through the advertised aircraft. The listings are organized by type of engine, Jet, Piston or Turbo-prop, and by use: General Aviation, Business Aviation, Specialized Aviation, and Helicopters. Further, AltoVoo offers the only online resource to estimate real aircraft operating costs in Brazil, allowing customers to budget for pilots, hangar, maintenance, and navigational costs in Reales, the local currency. "There are many US-published resources that estimate the cost of ownership in the USA, but these figures have little to do with Brazilian operations where the variance in fuel prices, crew salaries and labor costs can be of 25% or more," informs Maximiliano Garcia, Sales Director at AltoVoo.com.
For an in-depth look at this unique resource, you may visit http://www.altovoo.com/myaltovoo and register for free access. Registered users enjoy other benefits including the ability to post employment opportunities and personal resumes. Buyers can browse through their saved aircraft and compare them side by side, or they can research technical performance of different jet models to familiarize themselves with their potential acquisition.
For more information regarding http://www.AltoVoo.com please contact Barbara Abello at +55.11.3711.5772 or +1(877) ALTOVOO.