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Falcon Aviation signs FBO One agreement

Posted 27 December 2016 · Add Comment

Ries Vriend CEO of Amsterdam Software and Captain Raman Oberoi, COO of Falcon Aviation have announced the signing of the FBO One Software agreement, providing an essential online operational management tool.

This new system will enhance the logistics across all its front and back office departments supporting Falcon Aviation’s processes in providing a service to its clients. 

Falcon Aviation’s new FBO facility located at Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai represents a new era in private passenger handling.

FBO One is used at over 140 FBO’s everywhere around the world. It is the international standard for aircraft ground handling and fuel sales and processes over 25.000 flights per month. 

FBO One’s dashboard and search capabilities make the system easy to use. It manages, enhances and visualises all workflows, from creating and confirming an order to handling, payment, invoicing and booking.

FBO One is officially supported by and integrated with NetJets, as well as CFMU / Eurocontrol and FlightAware, so changes in flight data are accurate and up to date and handling requests are automatically updated.

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