In 2022, only 6% of requests with a 24 hour departure was accepted by the operator. Avinode can give this time back to your charter sales team by adding aircraft and account rules to help the team focus on trips they want to service and support. Listed below is the common business examples and applicable rules to help the team manage the High Demand season.
Operators who only want to focus on trips for the next 30,60, 90 days. We recommend to use the Maximum days out rule.
Operators who cannot support trips that have a departure date less than 24, 48, 96 hours can use the Minimum hours out rule.
Operators who are booked up for the next 30 days and can only service trips the following month can use the Minimum hours out rule and add 720 hours to the rule.
Operators who have crew fatigue or heavy owner restriction and no longer want to sell transient availability can block requests when the aircraft is sitting transient with our transient restriction rule.
Operators who want to override their aircraft schedule in Avinode every 96 hours can use Takeoff ready to block aircraft availability up to 96 hours out.
Operators who receive request even though their aircraft is booked should check the schedule integration feed with Avinode to make sure the schedule is properly syncing for the system to read your real time availability.
Restricted Areas- you can restrict receiving requests for certain countries, ICAO regions and (or) airports. This will help you receive more quality requests
Preferred list of buyers - In Avinode under Trips > Selling, we allow the operator to set up high and low priority customer lists to help prioritize getting back to the right partners
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Please reach out to email@example.com if you would like to setup a call with the team and go over the options that will work best for you.
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