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Airacer platform links brokers with operators
Airacer Broker is a large private jet database that gives users global aircraft availability assessments and data-driven decisions to enhance workflow and increase revenue. The base version of Airacer Pro is free to use.

New York-based charter platform Airacer has launched its Airacer Broker platform, designed to optimise how brokers connect their clients with operators. The comprehensive cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform integrates technology and data analysis to streamline aviation operations, maximise aircraft data gathering and provide an easy to use platform for brokers.

The user-friendly interface and advanced features cater to both seasoned brokers and those just getting started, giving them tools to enhance their workflow and increase revenue.

Users can search charter flights around the world and receive quotes quickly. Its flight data analysis gives users global aircraft availability assessments and data-driven decisions across North America and Europe, and for regions in southern Africa, Asia, South America and the Middle East. The company claims this gives users access to an audience untapped by the majority of brokers.

The platform allows for in and out system notifications, automatic contract and itinerary customisation, and direct client emails. Its global database of empty legs and regular charter flights is easily accessible directly from its dashboard, and simple to maintain using the flight status tool.

"At Airacer we believe in empowering brokers with the tools they need to achieve exceptional performance, efficiency and simplicity when making deals," says CEO Wen Wang. "Airacer Pro represents a major milestone in our mission to transform the aviation industry, providing our users with a comprehensive platform that harnesses the power of technology to elevate their business model."

The base version of Airacer Pro is free to use.

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