VOO, an official member of the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), will be exhibiting at AIROPS 2023 Show and will present its revolutionary VOO Marketplace – world’s first digital marketplace to search, book, pay and manage private jet charter flights.
This premier European event designed for business aviation flight operations professionals, ground handlers, airports and FBOs to network with trip-planners and operators, will take place on February 13-15 at the Event Lounge in Brussels.
The primary topics of the show each year include flight management, operational excellence, ground handling, compliance, flight monitoring, safety and risk management software and FBO.
This year’s show is scheduled as a two-day event, preceded by an in-depth one-day training for business aviation flight control professionals on February 13.
The next two days of the event will feature an exhibition where forty industry professionals will meet with more than 400 attendees for networking, to learn the latest operational information and discover new suppliers and vendors.
All participants will also be able to experience hands-on learning opportunities, attend educational and thematic training sessions and network with the industry’s leading experts.
VOO, developed and powered by AVINOC, will be exhibiting at this year’s show for the first time and will present its revolutionary VOO Marketplace.
CEO of VOO Flights Robert Plhak will also be one of the speakers of the show, introducing the VOO Marketplace to the international public, holding a live demo and a presentation within the topic “Are you connected enough for 2023? How technology can make a change in the Ops room and on the line.”
This presentation will take place on the day two of the show, February 14, at 11:30 CET and address the future of business aviation charters and the technology for flight departments that is emerging at a dizzying speed.
VOO, among several leading business aviation technology companies, will offer the community its revolutionary solution to some of the long-standing problems of flight departments.
“AIR OPS by EBAA is a very important occasion in our busy event calendar for 2023,” Robert Plhak, CEO at VOO flights.
“It’s not just another exhibition or industry event, but a major opportunity that attracts aircraft operators and offers professional training sessions alongside a boutique-style exhibition for business aviation professionals.
“It’s the impeccable framework and the ideal audience for VOO to exhibit, network, engage the participants in discussion and communicate about the future of business aviation charters.
“That’s why we are absolutely excited to be participating in this year’s AIR OPS in Brussels.”