Aircraft management and charter provider Sun Air Jets will use a number of ForeFlight products in its operation following an agreement with the Boeing unit, the Southern California company announced. Under the agreement effective November 1, Sun Air will use ForeFlight’s integrated software suite that includes ForeFlight Mobile, ForeFlight Dispatch, ForeFlight Runway Analysis, ForeFlight Fuel Advisor, and Jeppesen charts and NavData.

“There’s no question that the future of business aviation lies in tightly-integrated, cloud-based solutions,” ForeFlight CEO Tim Schuetze said of the Sun Air Jets agreement.

Sun Air Jets director of operations Ed Fares said the software suite will better support the company’s growth and complement its continued focus on safety. The ForeFlight agreement follows the recent opening of Sun Air Jets’ 66,000-sq-ft hangar addition at Van Nuys Airport, which brings its facility footprint there to more than 100,000 sq ft.


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