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ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - October 19, 1995 - WILDER ENGINEERING, a manufacturer of aviation scheduling systems, today announced it has developed an upgraded version of its popular FSS Flight Scheduling System. The Multi-Club Edition offers FBOs and flying clubs walk-up terminals and modem access as well as touch tone access for more versatile scheduling of private aircraft. The upgraded FSS Scheduling System is targeted at FBO's and flying clubs who currently use the old front-desk paper calendars and is designed to bring them into the 1990's.
"By offering these enhancements, FBO's and flying clubs can now replace the paper scheduling system still in use world-wide with a state-of-the-art system designed to help FBO's track their aircraft scheduling. Their members can now schedule aircraft by touch-tone telephone, modem and walk-up terminals. The club management now has a complete audit trail of aircraft scheduling to better utilize aircraft." said Wilder Engineering President Ron Wilder.
Other FSS Multi-Club Edition enhancements include:
* Recorded flight destinations to help track missing aircraft
* Enhanced current ATIS information
* Limits to length of time aircraft can be scheduled
* Limits to number of appointments members can make
* Improved maintenance account operation
* Improved club manager account operation
* Simultaneous modem and touch-tone scheduling
Current FSS customers can receive a free upgrade if they are currently on a maintenance program for FSS Multi-club Edition. Other customers should call Wilder Engineering for other upgrade options. New customers can order the FSS Multi-Club Edition by calling Wilder Engineering at 1-800-600-2992.
Founded in 1991, Wilder Engineering is a leading developer of automated scheduling and communications software. Products include FSS Club for flying clubs and FSS Multi- Club to allow entrepreneurs and FBOs to schedule other clubs'/partnerships' aircraft. In addition, Wilder Engineering offers a scheduling service for those groups who don't wish to manage their own service.