JETNET To Exhibit at 2014 NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference

UTICA, NY – JETNET LLC, the world leader in aviation market intelligence, will exhibit at NBAA SDC2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana after commemorating 25 years of delivering professional aircraft research services. Coincidentally, the SDC is also celebrating their 25th anniversary this year. JETNET will present their full range of software products and services at the National Business Aviation Association’s annual event at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. This year’s NBAA SDC runs January 14th-17th. JETNET will be in booth #N554.

JETNET is the leading provider of business and commercial aviation research services, and has been providing state-of-the-art aircraft market intelligence since 1988. “Business aviation has grown dramatically in the 25 years since our founding,” said Vincent Esposito, JETNET President. “Serving the aviation industry has been an honor, and every year we find new ways to give industry professionals the tools they need to succeed. We look forward to starting the new year off right with our Evolution Aerodex clients in New Orleans and showing them our latest improvements to their product suite.” Evolution Aerodex is tailored specifically for FBOs, maintenance shops and other service providers who need access to an accurate and timely database of worldwide aircraft owners and operators.

At NBAA SDC2014 JETNET will also present the latest enhancements and additions to their popular JETNET Evolution Marketplace service. They include an improved data export module, a new folder management feature, new user analytics functions to gauge how often your aircraft is being viewed on JETNET, and account administrator tools to oversee those with access to your JETNET account.

Attendees will hear the latest updates from JETNET’s “Intelligence Quarterly” (iQ) service, including results from JETNET iQ’s 2013 Global Business Aviation Survey. To date, more than 6,000 fixed-wing turbine aircraft owners and operators in more than 110 countries have participated in JETNET iQ’s quarterly surveys, making it the most comprehensive on-going study of business aircraft owners ever. The study provides unique insights into the operational profiles, purchasing and selling intentions, brand and product preferences, and changing opinions of the worldwide business aviation community.

JETNET serves business and commercial aviation organizations worldwide. They employ a full-time staff of 45 research specialists who contact industry professionals around the world each business day. They make real-time updates to the most comprehensive database of its kind. To date, JETNET’s database holds information on more than 18,000 business turboprops, 19,500 business jets, 28,500 helicopters, and 35,000 commercial aircraft, a stunning total of more than 100,000 in-service airframes worldwide. JETNET is inviting NBAA SDC2014 attendees to learn more about their products and services at booth #N554.

For 25 years, JETNET has delivered the most comprehensive and reliable business aircraft research to its exclusive clientele of aviation professionals worldwide. JETNET is the ultimate source for information and intelligence on the worldwide business, commercial, and helicopter aircraft fleet and marketplace, comprised of some 100,000 airframes. Headquartered in its state-of-the-art facility in Utica, NY, JETNET offers comprehensive user-friendly aircraft data via real-time internet access or regular updates.

For more information on JETNET LLC log on to or contact Paul Cardarelli, JETNET Vice President of Sales, at 800-553-8638 (USA) or; Josh Pitts, Director of Sales, at 800-553-8638 (USA) or; or for International inquiries, contact Karim Derbala, JETNET Managing Director of Global Sales, at or


JETNET iQ Presents “State of the Market” Briefing at NBAA 2012

UTICA, NY – JETNET LLC, the world leader in aviation market intelligence, will present its annual JETNET iQ State of the Market Briefing at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) 2012 Convention in Orlando, Florida. The briefing will highlight key trends and insights from JETNET iQ (Intelligence Quarterly), the company’s premium forecasting and advisory service for business aviation.

The JETNET iQ Briefing will be hosted by Rollie Vincent, JETNET iQ Creator/Director, and will feature Paul Cardarelli, JETNET Director of Sales & Marketing, and industry veteran Susan Sheets Brogan, newly named JETNET iQ Director, Special Programs. Topics will include the latest information on business aircraft transactions, inventory and utilization, and the factors driving people to buy—or delay buying—aircraft. Key results from JETNET iQ’s quarterly Global Business Aviation Surveys, which reach owners and operators in more than 100 countries, will be revealed, including those from the just-completed Q3 2012 Survey.

For the convenience of attendees, two identical briefings are planned, the first on Tuesday, October 30th from 11am until 12 noon (including a light lunch) and the second on the same day, Tuesday, October 30th from 3pm to 4pm (including coffee and snacks). Both will be held in the North Hall – Level Three, in Room N310-A/B at the Orange County Convention Center.

“Delivering real-time intelligence on the state of the business aviation industry is at the core of JETNET’s DNA,” said Vincent Esposito, JETNET President. “We are pleased to have the opportunity to share insights into the state of the market with NBAA 2012 attendees—on where we are now and, more importantly, where we’re going.”

Raising Your Business iQ

JETNET iQ is the company’s premium forecasting and advisory service for business aviation. Designed and developed in collaboration with respected industry experts Rolland Vincent Associates, JETNET iQ includes three main elements: JETNET iQ Reports, JETNET iQ Summits and JETNET iQ Consulting.

JETNET iQ Reports are quarterly “state of the industry” research reports that include an overview of the economy, industry and competitive developments. At the heart of JETNET iQ are proprietary quarterly surveys that reach business aircraft owners and operators in more than 100 countries. These surveys include assessments of aircraft utilization patterns and intentions, purchase criteria and inhibitors, brand perceptions, purchase and selling intentions, and many other factors. To date, seven quarterly surveys have been completed with more than 3,500 respondents chronicled. Each Report also includes details on JETNET iQ’s latest 10-year business jet delivery and fleet forecast. JETNET iQ Summits are high-energy gatherings of thought leaders on current and emerging developments impacting the business aviation industry. JETNET iQ Consulting provides research and analysis services tailored to the specific project requirements of customers.

JETNET is inviting NBAA attendees to learn more about all their new products and services at their booth #5099 at this year’s show, from October 30th to November 1st.

For almost 25 years, JETNET has delivered the most comprehensive and reliable business aircraft research to its exclusive clientele of aviation professionals worldwide. JETNET is the ultimate source for information and intelligence on the worldwide business, commercial, and helicopter aircraft fleet and marketplace, comprised of some 100,000 airframes. Headquartered in its state-of-the-art facility in Utica, NY, JETNET offers user-friendly aircraft data via real-time internet access or regular updates.



Earlier this year, The National Business Aviation Association invited JETNET to join the NBAA’s Leadership Council.  We are proud to join the ranks of the most prestigious and influential companies in the industry.  The council exists to offer support and guidance to NBAA in its critical mission to secure favorable local and national government policy for business aviation.  It brings together the leading participants on the forefront of business aviation innovation.

This invitation comes to JETNET at a perfect time in our company’s growth. At this time, we all have encountered varied challenges to our businesses. Having launched our forecasting arm, JETNET iQ,, last year to great success, we are in the perfect position to provide factual data, gathered by our staff of researchers that will secure insight into the plans of aircraft operators worldwide.

Paul Cardarelli, JETNET’s Director of Sales and Marketing, serves as our representative on the council. He has been tireless in his promoting the industry benefits of JETNET iQ and has served as speaker at our recent iQ Summit in New York City. Cardarelli has insight gleaned from iQ that is invaluable to NBAA. “Now more than ever aircraft owners are in need of advisement and guidance with regards to ownership and purchasing decisions.   For many this includes reconciling to the fact that their current aircraft has so substantially diminished in value that its retirement may be the only viable solution.” Per Cardarelli.

Another primary concern has been the world economy and the serious issues facing our industry’s growth.   One of the more pointed facts to come out of the iQ research, per Cardarelli, “While China cannot be ignored for its potential as a burgeoning market for business aviation, it simply will not represent enough airframes in the short term to resurrect our industry from its current recession.    For the foreseeable future North America will remain the dominion of the largest business aircraft fleet and so our attention to our customers there must not be distracted. “

Membership is exclusive and reserved for organizations seen by NBAA as playing a leadership role within our industry.    For more information on the NBAA Leadership council log on to And for more information on JETNET iQ, contact Paul Cardarelli
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Diane Levine-Wilson

Autumn Leaves, or Rather Autumn BRINGS!

When you have been entrenched in this fabulous business for as long as I have, you know very well what autumn brings….The NBAA Convention!

I feel a warm and fuzzy need to reflect on these recurrent shindigs after logging over 30 years worth of attendance. I love them! I love the energy, the optimism, the over the top displays, the junk we collect, all this has been keeping me coming back year after year. It’s fun! I get to see old friends even if it’s just for this one time a year. We catch up on what’s happening even if it’s not all business news. We get to meet those customers who only know us by a voice over the phone.

It’s almost as if NBAA is our marker, a turning point in our business that surpasses even our fiscal year or anniversaries. It’s our place to showcase new product, most of which we have worked on most of the previous year to have ready. The pressure to have something “new” for NBAA is staggering. You have to be there.

NBAA , as we lovingly call the show, has evolved over the years as have I. NBAA has grown in space and in attendance. It now attracts bizav players from all over the world. The venues available to house all our aircraft and services and people are few since we have become so large.

Both NBAA and I are maturing. I have seen it happen. Our industry is part of the world economic firmament and it shows.

The “hoopla” factor has calmed down over the years as well with fewer and fewer marching bands and dancing girls. We have gotten more serious. That’s a good thing in my estimation. As for me, I now wear sensible shoes and gather up the do dads for the grand kids, which is also a good thing. I can’t stay up as late as I used to in the old days….I need my sleep! Not so much of a good thing.

I am still as happy looking forward to the 2010 NBAA as I was for the 1978 NBAA!
It has been a great trip and a helluva lot of fun!

Come by our booth #8401….we have great things to show you.

Diane Levine-Wilson

The Media and The Corporate Jet

nbaa_usatodayJust this week I read an announcement that NBAA pulled its “No Plane No Gain” ads from USA Today because of the paper’s negative slant on anything pertaining to general aviation.

I can see NBAA’s point. Why funnel ad dollars to a publication that has routinely expressed its negative feelings about corporate aviation? But first, I have to scratch my head over this one because Gannett, the owner of USA Today, owns a Falcon 2000 and a 6.25% share of a Citation Sovereign. So they already “drank the Kool-aid” so to speak, so why the hypocrisy? Why the “demonstrated anti-general aviation bias” to paraphrase Ed Bolen, President and CEO of NBAA.

In the USA Today article in question, the writer decries the FAA funding of “little used airports”, “hangars to store private jets” and “free parking lots”. He goes on to say that more than 2 billion in low priority funds has gone to airports used mostly by private jets and piston engine planes. Well then I would like to ask Mr. Dubow, Gannett’s COB & President, “is Gannett a member of NBAA?” Do you like the hangar in which you keep your Falcon? “Do you enjoy the services of private terminals that give you the privacy and space in which to work?”  “Does your FBO have numerous amenities to make your travel comfortable and efficient”? Obviously you like the fact that you can get where you need to be without delays and crowds because you flew over 11,600 miles in the last 90 days!

We know the value of having the aircraft as an essential tool for business as well as Mr.Dubow does . We know that our industry supports over one million jobs in this country.  My point being, I respect  NBAA’s pulling their ads, targeting the already near dead newspaper industry where it hurts, in their revenue. Yet clearly the message has to be stronger if a national publication can be so blind to the realistic benefits of general aviation.