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Bluetail flying high after securing investment
14 months after starting up, Bluetail has secured over $2.1 million in Series A investment to introduce new products, grow the team and to enhance its array of aircraft records.

Bluetail, a business and private aviation aircraft records platform, in Scottsdale, Arizona, has closed over $2.1 million in investment.

Bluetail will utilise these funds to introduce new products, integrations, grow the team and further enhance its array of digital aircraft records scanning, storing and searching.

"This successful venture capital effort is further proof in the ongoing value that Bluetail's software with a service will continue to deliver throughout all segments of private, business and commercial aircraft and helicopter operations," says Roberto Guerrieri, Bluetail co-founder.

Fellow co-founder Stuart Illian concludes: "We've made amazing progress in the 14 months since we started. This funding will enable us to continue that growth with an array of game-changing new product features, partner integrations and best-in-class services."

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