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Flightdocs Opens New Office In Toronto, Canada

Flightdocs, a provider of maintenance tracking, flight operations and inventory management software solutions for flight departments around the world, is expanding its international footprint with the opening of a permanent office in Toronto, Canada.  "This expansion supports the Flightdocs' strategic growth plan allowing for the strengthening of current customer relationships as well as expanding our global sales support coverage," explained Rick Heine, CEO, chairman. "The Canadian business aviation market has always been an important piece of our company's long-term growth," Greg Heine, president of Flightdocs explains. "Opening up a permanent location and bringing on experienced and motivated professionals allows us to focus our resources on existing customers while growing the Flightdocs brand within the country." As a Toronto native and licensed pilot, Alex Hess, national sales manager for Canada is looking forward to establishing Flightdocs as the premier service provider in…

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