Traffic price list ___________________

The philosophy behind Android software is to keep it simple and affordable. "You pay for what you need " is the key sentence. This has also some effect on the product marketing. The price level doesn't cover expensive travels for making demonstrations.  Android provides man hours, skills and good spirits. 

The price calculation is linked to 
- Volume, that is "average legs / day", say legs operating a week / 7. See Gantt Rotation/Util or Calculus/Statistics. 
- Load Date, that is the last operating date in the loaded schedule. See any Flight Route dialogue title.
for all functional modules. Each module is restricted by
- Run Date, usually covering a season. The current contract data is given under Help/Restrictions.

Module Schedule consists of SSIM editor, Aircraft and Network. Examples below in GBP regarding a run time license of six months:

Price formula
Load date
< 4 legs
< 9 legs
<16 legs
<25 legs
<36 legs
Schedule 400 x sqrt(legs) +1 season 800 1200 1600 2000 2400
Slotter 200 x sqrt(legs) +2 seasons 400 600 800 1000 1200
Calculus 300 x sqrt(legs) +3 seasons 600 900 1200 1500 1800
Paxway 100 x sqrt(legs)   as above 200 300 400 500 600

Email support is included. You will get a reply within 24 hours. New software is usually sent as a zipped email attachment. 

You order a new contract whenever you want. Close to the limited date you will be notified and asked if you want to extend the lease. The new Contract.dll is sent as an email attachment. You could increase the volume at any time (or decrease it prior to a new season). Of course it is possible to lease the software for longer periods. 

An installation CD with enhanced software is distributed when needed. Also by your request when you are fortunate enough to get a new PC.

Contract.dll  is controlling the system functionality, the volume and the run / load last dates. Thus you have the option to upgrade the system at any time. Legal details are given in License Agreement, available as a Word document (2 pages).