Locatory.com, an aviation IT company primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator, has agreed to partner with Utair Aviation, one of the leading first-class Russian airlines.

Recently, UTair Aviation has joined Locatory.com’s marketplace. In 2016, air carrier was named as the best regional airline in Russia, as well as the CIS at the Business Traveler Russia and CIS awards. Operating a fleet of almost 80 airplanes and 350 helicopters, UTair Aviation plans to employ the marketplace to support spare parts supply for its fleet, as well as sell out surplus inventory.

“We are glad to announce that market leaders such as UTair Aviation are willingly joining our marketplace. Operating a fleet of more than 400 aircraft, air carrier mostly supports oil and gas enterprises across Western Siberia. These industries like no others require speedy and accurate solutions one of which we are happy to provide,” shares Dainius Meilunas, CEO of Locatory.com.

“Locatory.com’s marketplace and service quality have exceeded our expectations. We are truly happy about the simplicity, promptness and customer-oriented service excellence. All these have firmly alleviated our daily operations and search for the best alternatives in the market” commented Valery Volodin, Head of Purchasing Consumables at UTair Aviation. Recently, Locatory.com has implemented a number of technical platform enhancements. Lately introduced public catalogue function allows increasing marketplace user’s visibility on search engines. Furthermore, partnering with Escrow.com, the company now provides more secure online payments guarantee. With integrated shipping service feature, members of Locatory.com have the possibility to track the shipment and control entire procurement process. Being the only marketplace with integrated shipping and secure payments service, Locatory.com is rapidly enlarging the scope of its marketplace services.

Locatory.com is a part of Avia Solutions Group family – an international, publicly traded aviation holding company with over 20 subsidiaries worldwide.