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Aerobytes Ltd

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About Aerobytes

In early 2001, Eddie Forrester, Aerobytes MD recognised the need for 'something different' in the FDM market.  He had spent some time working for a well-known Flight Data Monitoring company based in Heathrow and was frustrated with the apparent complacency of the large, corporate FDM suppliers.

By mid 2001, the Aerobytes FDM product was in a recognisable form and Aerobytes Ltd was brought into being.

Early in 2002, Excel Airways agreed to become a launch and development partner for the product.  Most importantly, this arrangement ensured that the system was receiving thorough testing in an operational environment and could also be continually refined in response to user feedback during its development.  The resulting system is robust and contains a wealth of features designed to reduce workload to an absolute minimum.

Active marketing of the product started in the summer of 2003 with quite unexpected results:  Within a matter of a few weeks, an airline who had previously used a competing system was so impressed, that they decided to move over to the Aerobytes system. 

Since then, Aerobytes has attracted 'first-time' operators (as might be expected) but the system has also been bought by experienced FDM / FOQA operators who have chosen to upgrade to Aerobytes rather than an upgrade of their existing software. Aerobytes has attracted customers who have previously used all the main competing products. Aerobytes now has clients in North and South America, throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia and Australasia

Aerobytes continues to grow at a steady pace with its support team always expanding ahead of demand.  Poor support (by other companies) has been a major factor for airlines choosing to move over to Aerobytes and the company has no desire to lose those hard-won clients through similar failings!

Aerobytes now has over 210 customer airlines