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Air Support employees stand together to turn a profit
Very few redundancies and a strong focus on costs mean that Air Support has still landed a modest profit of US$240,000, and this has been possible without the use of coronavirus support packages.

Even though 2020 saw a decrease in revenue, Air Support, the Danish provider of advanced software and ADS-B technology for the aviation industry, has managed to deliver a modest profit of DKK 1.5 million (US$240,000) in 2020.

Owner Per Jensen says: “A good customer mix and a strong product portfolio means that we are less affected than the industry as a whole, and we have only experienced a revenue decrease of 10 per cent.”

Very few redundancies and a strong focus on costs mean that Air Support has still landed a modest profit, and this has been possible without the use of coronavirus support packages.

Jensen continues: “What makes me really proud is that all of the employees are standing together at Air Support and that we as a company have made the right and necessary decisions, including maintaining full investment and focus on the continuous development of our products and services.”

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