New appointment to AvioVision’s commercial team

    14 Aug 2012


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AvioVision announces the appointment of Knut Aabö as Commercial Director as of August 6, 2012. Aabö was previously Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing at Navaero.

“The expansion of our commercial team further strengthens our ability to meet the needs of our customers,” said Kris Van den Bergh, CEO of AvioVision. “Knut brings more than 20 years of professional Aviation experience into the company. If anybody understands this complex and highly competitive industry we’re in, it’s him. I believe that both AvioVision as well as our customers will greatly benefit from this new addition to our team.”

At AvioVision Knut Aabö will be responsible for all commercial activities relating to AvioVision’s state-of-the-art EFB solution, the AVIOBOOK®.

“I am delighted to join AvioVision, such an agile and innovative company. At a time when EFB solutions are gaining noticeable more awareness, I could not be more pleased than to be representing the most advanced and user-friendly EFB solution in the market. In my opinion the AVIOBOOK® software is the future for every airline,” noted Knut Aabö.

Come meet our commercial team, Knut Aabö and Kim Brams, at the EFB USER FORUM in Dallas, USA.
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About AvioVision:
AvioVision is a young, dynamic Belgian company that brings innovative operational solutions to mission-critical industries, such as aviation. AvioVision’s EFB Software, the AVIOBOOK®, redefines the standard for EFB software and is intuitive, smart and integrated with the legacy systems of the customer. AvioVision continuously strives for a high quality and innovative product providing operational excellence beyond compliance for flight crew and back-office personnel. For further information, please visit: