Vector Airport Systems
Vector Airport Systems Takes PlanePass Overflight International
(Washington, DC, USA – September 20, 2022) - Vector Airport Systems went international this year, deploying a system at Billy Bishop Airport in Toronto, Canada and recently attending global aviation events in Spain and Rwanda. The most recent conference, Aviation Africa, was hosted in Kigali, Rwanda on September 12th and 13th and featured over 1200 attendees and 100 exhibitors. Vector’s PlanePass Overflight exhibit saw traffic from Ministers of Transportation, CAAs, Directors General, Presidents and more.
This is the latest major step by Vector to bring its PlanePass Overflight product to market. PlanePass Overflight is an extension of their already proven, technology-driven PlanePass service. PlanePass has been used by over 40 airports in the US to bill and collect hundreds of millions of dollars in landing fee and customs fee revenue. Since 2005 PlanePass clients have benefitted from Vector’s 99.6% collection rate; now PlanePass Overflight will do the same for national governments by maximizing revenue from airspace navigation and other aircraft operating
“The conferences in Rwanda and Madrid were great opportunities to showcase our technology on a global stage and take our brand to the next level.” said Pete Coleton, President & CEO of Vector Airport Systems. “Our team had meetings and presentations with leaders from Civil Aviation Authorities across Africa and the world. We feel like this specific conference was successful in telling the story of who Vector is and why our solution sets the new bar for aircraft fee collection effectiveness worldwide. ,”
“Rwanda is now the host of the largest Aviation Africa Summit & Exhibition, and we were delighted to be back in Kigali after an extended time away, we would like to thank Vector Airport Systems for all their support contributing to make this event such an important date in their aviation calendar” – said Mark Brown, CEO, Times Aerospace Events Ltd.
About Vector Airport Systems:
Vector was founded in 2005 to provide the aviation industry with a better way to manage aircraft fee billing and collection. This solution, PlanePass, has undergone continuous evolution while also being implemented at 40+ airports around the world. Vector clients range widely from busy international commercial airports to local GA airports and heliports. For more information about the PlanePass Overflight solution, please visit: www.vector-us.com/planepass-overflight
About Aviation Africa:
Aviation Africa is organised by Times Aerospace Events Ltd who has organised 5 previous editions of Aviation Africa in Dubai, Kigali, Ethiopia & Cairo. The 6th edition attracted over 1300 attendees from 84 countries. To learn more about the event visit http://www.aviationafrica.aero/home