MRO Insider reported 30 additional AOG provider locations in the United States during the month of January, taking the platform’s total number of business aviation service providers to over 450, all linked within the app.
“2023 has kicked off with an influx of providers and flight departments joining our network,” Andy Nixon, president of MRO Insider said, adding “it feels amazing for our team to watch the vision we set out to achieve coming to fruition.”
AOG providers, notified through e-mail and push notifications when an aircraft needs support, quickly respond directly back to the flight department with an ETA and hourly rate, along with sending messages and documents back and forth to complete the job. “With response times below 10 minutes from AOG ping to quote, the app allows a flight department to get a solid plan together without waiting for a callback which not only saves time but, in many cases, the expenses associated with supplemental lift, which can cripple a bottom line,” Nixon said.
Flight departments pay a yearly, per-tail fee to have access to the platform. Service providers pay a flat, monthly fee based on the number of locations, with no additional fees or expenses for winning jobs.