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Charterscanner connected to AIROPS via API

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Charterscanner connected to AIROPS via API - Business aviation publisher
Dana Ermolenko
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Charterscanner has connected to AIROPS, aviation management software, via API. This is the first step towards automation of business aviation market and, therefore, reduction of the time required for processing requests for a flight.

Charterscanner.com allows its users to receive direct prices from operators around the world. A request for a flight left in the system goes to all the relevant companies, and their managers do all the work manually: they check the availability of an aircraft, make a quotation and send an offer. The difference in time zones, employees' workloads and other factors affect the speed of request processing.

API connection can significantly reduce the time taken to prepare an offer and remove a scope of the manual labor, and thus increase the efficiency of the operators’ work.

“We have always planned to connect to operators via API, this will simplify many processes, - comments Vladislav Zenov, CEO and Co-founder of Charterscanner, - With AIROPS we have connected to GAMA Aviation, and our team is ready to start working with all other software for operators that will help us connect to the leading companies in business aviation not only in Europe but around the world”. 



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