Luxaviation has launched an integrated online management system that will provide real-time travel management for its clients, the Luxembourg-based charter operator announced this week.

The system was designed to provide clients with a single point of contact for information and services. Those services accessible through the system include an advanced application that provides aircraft-model-specific information including photos, capacity, range, cabin size, and in-flight amenities such as available entertainment. The system also integrates empty-leg management with social sharing and seamless booking, as well as a hub to view and manage requests, quotes, and bookings in real time. Additionally, clients can carbon offset flights and book flights using sustainable aviation fuel through the system.

The scalable system was developed partly by Luxaviation through research into leading airline platforms. “Our new one-stop online client platform with its wide range of applications is a significant achievement in the everchanging aviation world,” said Luxaviation chief information officer Pieter Steyn.


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