Aircraft dealers and brokers who use JETNET must thoroughly research specific airframes on behalf of their clients. To now have access to such critical utilization data on aircraft marks a huge advancement in their ability to serve their clients and stay competitive.
Utica, NY (PRWEB) October 19, 2009
JETNET LLC, the market-leading aircraft research and information provider, announces a unique partnership with ARGUS International, Inc. (ARGUS) to offer direct links to ARGUS data from JETNET's Evolution service pages. This marks the first time ARGUS has allowed another information and research provider to link directly to their site. In return, JETNET shares its wealth of aircraft ownership and historical data with ARGUS customers through TraqPak. The new aircraft tail number searches, like other recent improvements to their flagship software interface, Evolution, will be offered free of charge to existing clients and will be unveiled at this year's National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Convention in Orlando, Florida.
Tony Esposito, Vice President of JETNET, sees this as the perfect collaboration between complementary services. "Since we're constantly adding to the world of intelligence our subscribers get every day, this kind of information was a natural extension," says Esposito, referring to the 90-day flight histories ARGUS provides for any given tail number. "ARGUS already does the research. Making the information available to our subscribers was a no-brainer. And ARGUS can reach a much wider audience with Evolution as a kind of added portal. It's an ideal synergy, and creates a richer, more productive experience for all of our clients."
JETNET has made ARGUS service available as part of a series of new product extensions to their Evolution service. These include a new Text Messaging service and the addition of new summary "Views" which gather widespread model or market information into convenient tables, graphs and charts for easy viewing. None of the extensions will be an additional cost to subscribers.
"We believe that this new tracking data on aircraft will be enormously beneficial to many JETNET subscribers," adds Paul Cardarelli, JETNET's Director of Sales and Marketing. "Aircraft dealers and brokers who use JETNET must thoroughly research specific airframes on behalf of their clients. To now have access to such critical utilization data on aircraft marks a huge advancement in their ability to serve their clients and stay competitive."
ARGUS information is available through contextual links in JETNET's new Views and data pages. Users can find usage, distance and average trips, number of trips per month, and geographic coverage for individual aircraft, as an organic part of their JETNET search. Information is available in graphical and map forms, summarizing travel over the last 90 days of an aircraft's ownership.
"ARGUS tail number searches give incredibly simple but tremendously useful summaries of aircraft history and use, including easy-to-read tables and charts, and overviews in graphical form," said Joseph J. Moeggenberg, President and CEO of ARGUS International, Inc. "ARGUS's well-respected service can now be linked directly from JETNET's Evolution, providing a context-specific depth of information to make any analysis even more insightful."
To help launch the new product extensions, JETNET has released a series of short instructional films dubbed "InFlight Videos." These video shorts explain the basic features of the new ARGUS service, an overview of several of their most popular Views, and their new Text Messaging service, all in digest form. The new features, in addition to the InFlight Videos, will be shown at the NBAA and shared on JETNET's website.
"Subscribers will still have direct access to all the extensive, detailed aircraft and market information they've always had with Evolution," assures Tony Esposito. These include Aircraft Wanted and For-Sale, Financial Trends and Summaries, Operating Costs, Performance Specifications, Histories, detailed Aircraft Information and STAR (STatistical Analysis Reports) data.
"And this is just the next step in an ongoing journey," he adds. "We take Evolution seriously, and a big part of our evolution as a service provider is interacting with our customers. We're using new ways to share information, including our online blog, The JETSTREAM, at jetstreamblog.com, and our Twitter account at twitter.com/JETNETLLC. As a follower, you can stay on top of breaking news, and company and market information. You can also share your opinions and information with us and everyone who follows us. We all get smarter and make our industry stronger."
JETNET will be offering demonstrations of their new ARGUS enhanced service to NBAA Convention attendees at their booth, #2950, from October 20-22 in Orlando, Florida.
Since 1988, JETNET has delivered the most comprehensive and reliable business aircraft research to its exclusive clientele of aviation professionals worldwide. JETNET is the ultimate source for information and intelligence on the worldwide business aircraft fleet and marketplace, comprised of some 60,000 airframes.
The Company offers services for both fixed wing and helicopter aircraft. Headquartered in its state-of-the-art facility in Utica, NY, JETNET offers comprehensive user-friendly aircraft data via real-time internet access or regular updates.
Joseph J. Moeggenberg founded ARGUS in 1996. ARGUS is a pioneer in providing financial, operational and safety reporting for business aircraft operations. In addition to TraqPak, ARGUS operates the CHEQ (Charter Evaluation and Qualification) system and performs ARGUS Platinum and IS-BAO audits, combining for the most sought-after rating system for charter operators worldwide. ARGUS additionally offers PRISM, the most complete and comprehensive solution to your Safety Management System needs.