fuelplus and airpas

FuelPlus and Airpas Merged Skymetrix Transforms the Airlines Management

Leading the merger of aviation fuel and Cost specialists, FuelPlus and Airpas together launches a company as Skymetrix. The new website sets out the company’s vision towards changing fuel and cost management for the Aviation sector so they can skyrocket their success with two appointments.

Ian Wheeler Chairman of the company has many years of board and executive experience in technology and data businesses in the travel and aviation sectors.

Philip Grindley Chief Financial Officer previously worked for KPMG, Grant Thornton, and PwC in their transaction advisory departments.

Skymetricx Offerings

Skymetrix is in an advanced stage of launching its next-gen cloud-native platform that combines the best capabilities of two long-standing products in direct airline operating cost management, fuel resource planning, advanced analytics, and route profitability. Software support previously associated with FuelPlus and Airpas will be rebranded to Skymetrix FPx and APx respectively and will continue to be developed and supported.

The Skymetrix team is very excited to welcome current and new customers under our new brand name and continue our mission to transform fuel and cost management for airlines so they can maximize their success.

Skymetricx’s Mission towards the future

Skymetrix is ​​on a mission to transform how airlines manage fuel and spending so they can maximize their success. Success can mean increasing profitability, improving efficiency, staying competitive, or growing sustainably. To do this, we use our next-generation cloud-based platform combined with our expertise in fuel and expense management best practices. 

Our company was formed in 2021 from the merger of two leaders in aviation fuel and expense management: FuelPlus and Airpas. Together we have more than 100 customers, more than 20 years of industry experience, and established strategic alliances with industry associations such as IATA. 

We manage more than 28% of commercial aviation fuel and more than $76 billion in direct airline spending annually.

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