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NEW marketplace for air chartering

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NEW marketplace for air chartering - Business aviation publisher
Dmitry Petrochenko
Aircraft: Airplanes

A new online marketplace for air charter market «VIPcharter.online» is introduced by the «ONLINE SERVICE» company. The service is intended for aviation professionals such as charter brokers and air operators and its primary function is the information exchange and communication between market players. Possibilities of the service allow to get relevant information regarding the current location of all aircraft, to calculate the flight time parameters and the cost of air charters, to send and to receive requests, responses and offers.

«VIPcharter.online» service is located on the web at www.vipcharter.online.

Charter brokers and air operators may use «VIPcharter.online» for free. Using the service does not impose any obligations and subscription fee on users. Service founders hope that «VIPcharter.online» will actively contribute to dissemination of information between the market players and improve communication possibilities. They also expect that «VIPcharter.online» will be able to provide additional competitive advantage for their users.

«VIPcharter.online» is designed as a global marketplace Contacts of all users are publicly available and all joined operators and brokers can freely contact and make deals directly with each other. Air operators may put on the marketplace their own fleet and describe the specification, the home base and pricing rules for each aircraft. All operators may post empty legs and have access to the section “Trip Market” where brokers are looking for aircraft for chartering.

New marketplace also provides great possibilities for charter brokers. «VIPcharter.online» allows them to find aircraft for charter flights with calculated price quotations, to send requests and to receive confirmed price quotations from operators, to post required flight itinerary on the Trip Market and to receive confirmed offers from air operators.

The marketplace covers all market flights such as passenger, medical and cargo charters. «VIPcharter.online» gives a possibility to find an equipped aircraft for each type of air charter.

The service is also adapted for helicopter flights. There is a unique possibility to construct a flight route according to arbitrary chosen map coordinates. The choice of coordinates takes place by clicking on the map. Service automatically calculates all flight parameters in accordance with the chosen coordinates.

Service developers hope that using the new solution for aviation professionals will contribute to reduce business costs, to manage their fleet more effectively and to find new partners for all joined market players.

About Online Service company:

ONLINE SERVICE LLC is a company specialized in aviation software development and promoting of the computer software for business aviation. 



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