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September 2010

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GenAv Systems poised to reveal its Newest Features to the World of Aviation at this year's University Aviation Association (UAA) Fall Conference 2010.


St. Paul Minnesota, October 5, 2010 – GenAv Systems, leading the pack in aviation training scheduling software solutions, will proudly announce its newest features and upgrades.  GenAv President Stephane Way will be demonstrating to fellow UAA members these newest Flight Office Training enhancements. “Advanced features with the focus on simplicity of use and relevance to the industry’s needs,” says Way.  “Together with the expansion of our product line to offer a large range of affordable scheduling solutions to the general aviation training industry worldwide, our newest upgrades are designed to further enhance functionality and efficiency for all flight training facilities.”


Available soon, these newest innovations are created to provide easily viewable and operational tools. Boasting such additions as an Aircraft Status Board, continuously updated in real time, which  provides an instant overview of upcoming maintenance requirements  for  multiple aircraft simultaneously and the Wait List, a highly functional program that allows Members to be on standby for bookings and are automatically notified when the flight becomes available. This is only a taste of what will be highlighted at the GenAv Systems presentation booth.  Each new feature has again brought GenAv Systems to the top spot in General Aviation Management Training Software.


GenAv Systems  success has been due to its founder, Stephane Way and its VP of Airline Research & Development, Glenn Kerr. Their vision reflects the products GenAv Systems provides; “offer a quality, easy to use software that maximizes efficiency of staff and profitability of business.” Come and experience the innovations for yourself in St. Paul Minnesota, October 5 – 7, 2010.



About UAA

The University Aviation Association has been in existence since 1947. Originally intended to expand the field of aviation education and surrounding disciplines, UAA has grown in leaps and bounds and now enjoys the membership of single individuals all the way up to entire corporations. For more information or to participate in these events please visit the UAA website