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Takeflite Story

Takeflite may be a global company but we have not forgotten the importance of the people and businesses we are looking after with our software, driving us daily to ensure our software performs for your airline or aviation operation. 

Software designed for People

Founded in 2005, over 80 aviation companies around the world depend on Takeflite for planning, pricing, distribution, reservations, departure control, operations, crew scheduling, safety, cargo, and maintenance control. 

Based in Sydney Australia, Auckland New Zealand, Seattle USA and Nairobi Kenya our Takeflite team is built of passionate airline technologists constantly scanning the digital world for insights and solutions that can be applied to aviation to increase your revenue and efficiency.

The Takeflite Enterprise Software Suite was built out of a vision from the company founders

The Takeflite Enterprise Software Suite was built out of a vision from the company founders. After being regular air travel passengers on regional routes, connections started forming with pilots and customer service representatives discussing the problems they were facing with paper based and non integrated information systems. From here the Takeflite Software as a Service concept was born and delivered to a market that had not been catered for by larger software providers.

The Takeflite team have had hands on experience servicing and working within all their client markets, whether it be visiting the Alaskan winters and ensuring the Takeflite software performs so emergency medical supplies and goods can reach communities, or visiting war zones and connecting with Humanitarian organisations to ensure their staff have safe travel between bases through the use of Takeflite.

Takeflite may be a global company but we have not forgotten the importance of the people and businesses we are looking after with our software, driving us daily to ensure our software performs for your airline or aviation operation.

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