Press release

AerData B.V. launches AtlasData

Amsterdam, The Netherlands;  12 March 2012

online aircraft fleet data with AVITAS BlueBook Values

Commenting on the announcement, Paul van Tol, Managing Director of AerData said: “By combining our AtlasData aircraft fleet database and secure web hosted infrastructure with AVITAS’s Blue Book Values, we can deliver an accurate, easy to use and integrated fleet and valuation tool to the aviation industry.”

John Vitale, CEO of AVITAS said, “AVITAS has an established reputation in the marketplace as a key source of aircraft values and valuation expertise. Evidenced by its rapid growth and impressive customer base, AerData has proven it can deliver to the market a range of unique software and services using the latest in web hosting technology. Now, with AtlasData integrated with AVITAS’s Blue Book values, we believe we will be providing a powerful combination of essential aircraft fleet and value information.”

During the ISTAT conference, delegates will be invited to view demonstrations of the tool at the AerData exhibition booth. Or, individuals can contact AerData for more information.

About AerData

AerData provides lease management software, engine fleet planning software, records scanning software, technical and backoffice services for aircraft and engine operators, lessors and MROs. With a strong customer focus AerData delivers a reliable and secure service to its clients using latest technologies and state of the art infrastructure.

About AVITAS

AVITAS is a full-service aviation consulting firm with senior staff that has comprehensive hands-on expertise from all facets of the aviation industry. AVITAS is the leading aircraft expert advisor to airlines, financial institutions, maintenance facilities, manufacturers, government agencies and law firms.

For further information

Sharon Heaton, Marketing Executive, AerData
Phone: +44 1293 842 438
Email: sharon.heaton@aerdata.com

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