We are keenly aware that Enerjet must strive for the highest safety and service levels while we seek new and innovative ways to manage costs
Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 19, 2009
Enerjet--Canada's newest air charter operation--recently selected AvFinity as its aviation messaging network provider.
AvFinity, a Texas-based network, will provide Enerjet with AFTN messaging as well as APIS (Advance Passenger Information Service) submissions of passenger and crew manifests to government border authorities in the U.S. and Canada. AvFinity is authorized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for transmitting APIS submissions in both batch and pre-departure (AQQ) formats.
In addition, AvFinity will help Enerjet build an internal network and establish direct connections for passing and receiving IATA Type B messages to frequent recipients including other airlines and service providers. This unique AvFinity service eliminates costly monthly charges for connections, middleware and network management. AvFinity is authorized to maintain as well as request assignment or transfer of IATA Type B addresses for global aviation companies.
Terrestrial (ground to ground) communications make up more than 90 percent of a typical airline's messaging traffic. AvFinity's patent-pending software technology brings down the cost of terrestrial messaging regardless of protocol, format or destination. AvFinity typically offers 30 percent savings over other providers.
"We are keenly aware that Enerjet must strive for the highest safety and service levels while we seek new and innovative ways to manage costs," said Darcy Morgan, Enerjet vice president of business performance and integration. "The addition of AvFinity to our communications and technology portfolio extends our operational flexibility, enhances the continuity and reliability of our communications, and provides efficiencies that will grow with our operations."
Enerjet is a privately held Canadian Corporation based in Calgary, Alberta. The company flies Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation aircraft. In November 2008, Enerjet received its regulatory approvals from Transport Canada and the Canadian Transportation Agency to commence domestic and international charter flights. Enerjet is an equal opportunity employer and adheres to Canada's labor code and standards. For information regarding employment opportunities, charters or further background information, please visit the company's website at http://www.enerjet.ca or contact Bill Lamberton, Enerjet vice president, marketing & sales; (phone) 403-648-2800.
AvFinity's unique secure messaging services, powered by its patent-pending software technology, provide the first significant advance in aviation messaging in more than 50 years. AvFinity's technology manages, formats, and routes aviation messaging over all network protocols. A key feature is that airlines no longer have to rely solely on existing Type B networks, as AvFinity transmits messages normally sent as Type B over AvFinity's secure network using internet protocols. This feature is a major cost-saver for AvFinity's airline customers. For more information on AvFinity services, call Robert Cook at (289) 242-0644 or visit http://www.avfinity.com.
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