UK-headquartered Gama Aviation has signed up as an operating partner of Stratajet, a real-time business aviation booking platform, and will integrate its own scheduling systems with Stratajet's inventory management software.
Stratajet recently embarked on Operation Long Reach, a marketing roadshow to make contact with a range of charter companies and FBOs to promote its technology (see page 4). It has also made the commitment to offer operators a free sales software platform, known as Stratafleet, which enables them to benefit from Stratajet's pricing engines for internal quotes.
Gama has agreed to integrate the technology with its Airops 5 software in Europe. Gama's chief marketing officer Duncan Daines says: “Stratajet's capability gives us another distribution channel alongside our existing broker relationships. Its integration via our own Airops 5 software provides a platform for increased quote accuracy, a major benefit for all our client segments, whether business to business or business to consumer.”
Adds Stratajet ceo Jonathan Nicol: “We are delighted that another major operator like Gama Aviation has realised the benefits of using the data delivered by the Stratajet system. This development increases our confidence and adds to our critical mass; we can now provide an effective 'fleet' of over 500 aircraft ahead of our full launch to the consumer later this year.”