JetNet unveiling new releases at NBAA2015

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Aviation market intelligence provider JetNet will be demonstrating its latest aircraft research and service offerings at NBAA2015 (National Business Aviation Association) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on November 17-19.

The company will showcase its new Evolution interface features, which includes Marketplace Manager with its new market value analysis tool, and its YachtSpot luxury yacht service. JetNet will hold a press conference to highlight results from its iQ business aviation forecast services.

“JetNet is using client input to constantly improve our services, introduce new features, and find ways to make everything we offer easier to use,” said Tony Esposito, JetNet vice president. “Our new aircraft market analysis capabilities are game-changing, and will give professionals new ways to assess the market for their clients.”

Paul Cardarelli, JetNet vice president of sales, added, “At this year’s show we’ll debut a new integrated Market Value Analysis tool, refined aircraft attributes searches and a new Airport/FBO Application View, and we’re also previewing a new Community Chat feature. All of these speak to the needs of a more diverse audience of aviation professionals that use JetNet services today.”

The new Market Value Analysis tool integrated into Marketplace Manager is “the most customizable market value tool in the industry”, according to Cardarelli, allowing subscribers to create customized aircraft market and transaction surveys, compare aircraft with similar attributes, and view current market and transaction trends. Designed for dealers, brokers, appraisers and financial institutions, the tool presents graphical representations of markets, making it easy to evaluate and compare critical trends in the marketplace of aircraft.

Another new capability gives subscribers the ability to refine or filter searches by specific aircraft attributes as selected from a menu listing hundreds of such items. These may pertain to airframe and cabin equipment, avionics, engine upgrades, or may be with regards to maintenance and certifications that are complied with on aircraft.

“Never before has there been the ability to be so precise in the search for aircraft in a database so deep as that offered by JetNet,”said Michael Foye, JetNet director of marketing. JetNet Evolution already offers several customized ‘views’ or applications tailored to the needs of those engaged in a particular aspect of business aviation, and the Airport/FBO View allows FBOs to instantly view critical information relating to a selected airport. This includes the aircraft, the owners and operators based there, aviation companies located nearby, the most common aircraft models using an airport, and summaries of flight activity at an airport. It will also help sales and operations professionals gauge activity at their own airports as well as those of their competitors.

At this years NBAA show, JetNet will also preview a new function it calls ‘JetNet Community Chat’, allowing subscribers the option to instantly converse and network with other Evolution users online. Subscribers opting to participate can select other users for their community and see when they are online.

JetNet’s YachtSpot service expands its research and intelligence expertise for luxury yacht professionals. The company’s growing global database of luxury yachts fuels a market crossover marketing capability, connecting owners and users of both business aircraft and yachts in one record.

“YachtSpot is perfect for yacht brokers, builders, owners, financiers, and service providers,” said Diane Levine-Wilson, JetNet director of product development. “It generates crossover opportunities for those in the luxury market.”

Like other JetNet offerings, YachtSpot includes business management tools, along with yacht industry news and events.

October 27, 2015

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