FBO One uses a lot of terminology that is well known in aviation. Sometimes however, terminology is very specific to FBO One. This section provides a glossary for these terms.
In general, the glossary pages are good starting points to get more information on a concept. In each glossary page you'll find links to other relevant pages, and from those pages there will be links back to the glossary.
Full list of Glossary pages can be found below:
Administration (Glossary) — Different FBO Locations will probably use separate accounting systems. To support that situation, FBO One can use multiple (financial) administrations. Each FBO Location is linked to an administration. The administration defines things like invoice numbering, export file format, VAT calculation. In the product definition, many fields are actually administration-specific, like VAT settings and ledger codes for example.
Aircraft Registration (Glossary) — An aircraft registration is the tail number made up of letters and/or digits that identifies a specific aircraft. FBO One does NOT use dashes in the registration code.
Auto-add product (Glossary) — Auto-add products are used to automatically add certain products to orders. The condition of when to add the product can be specified in detail. For example, if the order is of the handling order workflow, the Handling fee product can be automatically added to the order.
Handling confirmation (Glossary) — FBO One sends handling confirmation messages as PDF documents by email to the operator. You can setup the body text of the email message that accompanies the PDF document in the email settings screen. It is also possible to send a text-only version of the handling confirmation, without the PDF attachment. You setup the text-only confirmation here.
Local contact number (Glossary) — Keeping a local contact number in additional to the global one, may be needed when different back-end accounting systems are in use between the various back offices (administrations) in the FBO network.