TraqPak FBO software syncs with FlightBridge

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Argus International, an industry data provider, has announced that its TraqPak FBO business aviation flight tracking software is now integrated with FlightBridge’s online reservation and communication tool. Using TraqPak, customers gain access to interactive and searchable arrival and departure grids, and can color-code different flights to keep track of certain customers, or view traffic at their own and competing airports. The FlightBridge integration will now be offered as a complimentary service to existing users.

Shirley Mason, senior vice president of Argus Market Intelligence, said, “We are very excited to offer this integration with our TraqPak FBO program. This will be a huge benefit to FBOs who already use FlightBridge and TraqPak FBO, and will be a great tool for any FBO that wants to improve efficiency and customer service by managing flight tracking and reservations all in one system.”

Dudley King, president of FlightBridge, said, “We are proud to partner with TraqPak to closely integrate our platforms. Our mission is to make the lives of the FBO personnel easier, and support the best possible experience for aircraft operators, passengers and crew. Through our integration with TraqPak, FBOs now have everything they need at their fingertips without having to jump back and forth between multiple systems. The team at Argus shares our commitment to enhancing the customer experience, and through our mutual integration efforts we’ve made both our platforms even more valuable to the FBOs that rely on us.”

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