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Tyrolean raises jet management bar with MARS
Tyrolean Jet Services will innovate its reporting, improve workflow and increase transparency while documenting its fleet, thanks to the My Aircraft Reporting System. JoinJet and Pinnacle have also joined.

Innsbruck, Austria-based Tyrolean Jet Services has signed up to use My Aircraft Reporting System (MARS) as part of its jet management programme.

“We’re very pleased to have TJS as part of the MARS portfolio,” says Gord Sutton, CEO of MARS. “We started MARS with the belief that jet management companies around the world were looking to innovate their reporting, improve their workflow and increase transparency. With the involvement of TJS, MARS is now running in eight countries around the world, which reaffirms that belief that started it all. This exciting news has energised our team in our mission to innovate the aircraft industry.”

Founded in 1978, Tyrolean Jet Services is one of Austria’s first executive air operators, offering business and VIP charter flights, aircraft maintenance and sales, concierge services and airline flights around the world. TJS prides itself on its professionalism, environmentally friendly business practices and transparency, all of which MARS will aid them in delivering.

JoinJet in Denmark has also signed up to MARS as part of its jet management programme. JoinJet offers a wide range of tailored aviation needs to VIPs, companies, sports clubs, ambulance flights and more in Denmark and abroad. The operator is a division of Sun-Air, a franchise partner of British Airways.

Pinnacle Aviation out of Scottsdale, Arizona has been added to the MARS programme too. “We have selected MARS to provide all of our clients the cutting-edge in technology regarding their financial and operational data,” says president Curt Pavlicek.

“We are happy that Pinnacle Aviation will now be using the MARS platform to assist in its financial reporting,” adds Gord Sutton. “The aviation industry has begun to see how MARS can benefit both aircraft management and their customers alike.”

Pinnacle Aviation was founded as an aircraft sales and acquisition company in 1988 by then pilot and current president, Curt Pavlicek, before evolving into an aviation business with services including management, charter and maintenance. The company has been in business for three decades and has facilities in Arizona, Hawaii and California.

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