The price accuracy is located on the homepage of the Operator’s account under Response Statistics.
What does Price accuracy mean? And why does it matter?
What is Price Accuracy: Price accuracy will compare the tail’s quoted price with the Avinode generated price. An accurate price will be below or matching the Avinode generated price. It also allows up to a 5% increase, as there will be factors that are outside of the Operator's control. An average of the last period (max 30 days) of request will be calculated to ensure it’s correct.
Why does it matter? This is used as a tool to show the accuracy of the Operator's price in comparison to the list price in the Avinode Search. It’s a simple guiding point to let buyers know they can trust the Operator's price and help seal the deal faster.
Where do buyers see the Operator's price accuracy?
When searching for the best aircraft and operator, the buyer has the option to click the Seller's company name in the search results. This will provide an overview of the price accuracy and all response statistics.
The screen shot below demonstrates how the Broker clicks on the seller's name and views the operator's price accuracy.
Why does my aircraft show a price accuracy of N/A :
The operator needs to accept 10 requests in the last month in order for the calculation to reflect on a tail level. If you see N/A, this means the operator has not accepted at least 10 requests in the last month.
How does it calculate and how often does it update:
The operator Average is calculated out of all the requests that operator has received. As we do require a minimum of 10 accepted requests to calculate price accuracy on an aircraft level, a specific tail accepting only 8 requests during the last month would not have an accuracy (N/A). But those 8 requests would still account towards the operators average.