VOO completes integration with Skylegs


A screenshot from VOO's marketplace shows the initial range of functionalities that have now been added to post-integration with Skylegs.

Private jet marketplace, VOO has announced completing integration with operator management platform, Skylegs. 

This integration, completed this month, covers flight scheduling functionalities, in large part to speed charter sales. All processes in the flight planning and execution phases will now be automated, eliminating the need for two separate systems. Skylegs automatically sends the aircraft schedule to VOO, with real-time availability and location information that VOO uses to calculate charter prices.

Maxim Schelfhout, managing director at Skylegs, said: “The partnership allows our operators to offer their fleet in the VOO innovative marketplace. It provides them with an additional sales channel seamlessly integrated into their core software, Skylegs. It is our privilege to work together with Robert and his team, who are pioneering this side of the business.”

Skylegs’ aircraft schedule tools mean users can book missions, flights, aircraft positioning, optional flights, reservations and maintenance programmes through VOO. Also, the team can access the schedule from any computer, phone or tablet. As well as calculating accurate quotes, payments can be made 24/7 with VOOpay, even on weekends and holidays, it said.

Robert Plhak, CEO & partner at VOO flights, said: “We are excited about our new partnership with Skylegs. This integration will allow us to provide operators already working with Skylegs with enhanced charter booking experience. While VOO focuses on reducing the quantity and improving the quality of charter bookings for brokers and operators, Skylegs encompasses the complex process of flight management and the critical aspect of streamlining operations to maximise efficiency. We are very pleased with the way the integration testing phase has been completed and look forward to the future benefits of this partnership for all parties.”