Step 1:

Start by finding the Pricing menu

Select the sub-menu called 'Exceptions'

Click the button titled ' + New Rule'

Then, follow the fields to enter the information required

**If you would like to set up the rule for a specific period of time, you can add a start and end date to the rule or use the 'enable rule' check box to enable or disable the rule whenever you desire.

Step 2:

Next, you will need to determine what conditions you want the rule to be based on.

You can base your rule on the following conditions:

customer, aircraft tail numbers, aircraft model category, aircraft model, aircraft tenancy type, aircraft flight type, fuel minimum quantity, payment method, contract fuel, promotion code, and customer description.

You can choose more than one condition to base your rule on and the rule only applies if those conditions are met.

For example, The customer (AKI Jets Inc) has to request a minimum of 100 gallons of fuel and use cash in order for this fuel discount to apply.

Step 3:

Now that you have set up your conditions, you need to set up the price computation.

Based On:

  • Fixed - based on a set amount - Example: Fixed + 0 = $0.00 (to waive)

  • Previous List: Retail before sales tax

  • Retail - Retail Price listed in Pricing

  • Week Cost: You set a manual cost that should not go below your weekly cost or above your retail. Weeks Cost listed in Pricing> Fuel Week Cost

  • Highest Lot Cost: Takes it from the Highest Arrival Cost - Does not care what fuel load the fuel is pulling from, will just pull the highest arrival cost from an open available lot.

  • True Cost: Pulling from the actual lot the fueling is coming from

  • Formula: Variables

    Q - Quantity

    W - Aircraft Empty Weight (lbs)

    C - AIrcraft Fuel Capacity (gal)

    S - Aircraft Sqft

    T- Aircraft Max Taje Off (lbs)

    L - Aircraft Length (feet)

    MLW - Aircraft Max Landing Weight (lbs)

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