JETNET will celebrate 25 years at NBAA 2013


JETNET, an aviation data provider, will celebrate its 25th anniversary at the NBAA 2103 event in Las Vegas, by holding two sessions of the company’s latest ‘State of the Market’ briefing.

The briefings will be hosted by Rolland Vincent, creator and director of JETNET iQ; Paul Cardarelli, vice president of sales; and Susan Sheets-Brogan, director of special programmes.

“We’ve seen business aviation change enormously in the last 25 years,” said Vincent Esposito, president of JETNET. “Serving the aviation industry has been an honor, and every year we find new ways to give industry professionals the tools they need to succeed; that’s kept us growing for a quarter of a century. An essential part of our growth has been a core team of individuals, all of whom have been with us since our inception 25 years ago, and will be present as usual at this year’s Convention.”

“It seems like just yesterday we launched our company, offering a helpful tool for the very specialised business of aircraft sales,” added Esposito. “Twenty-five years later, through an understanding of what our business is and maintaining focus on our mission, we have effectively become an established player in the wonderful community of business and commercial aviation. For us, this has meant an exceptional retention rate and lots of hard work as a team. I love the work I do and couldn’t be prouder of our company, my staff and the great industry we have the pleasure to serve.”

JETNET will also showcase its full-range of products in Las Vegas and will host a cocktail reception at the company’s booth on 23 October from 3-5pm.

“These are exciting times at JETNET,” said David Cruger, vice president of technical operations. “We have always incorporated the latest technology into our tools, and today’s technologies are well-tailored to a service like ours. Our customers now have aircraft data management capabilities we couldn’t have imagined just a few years ago.”

JETNET will have completed more than 6,000 survey by the end of the year.