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Introducing Airplane for Startups

Introducing Airplane for Startups

Madhura Kumar
Head of Growth
Mar 8, 2023
1 min read

We're excited to introduce Airplane's new startup program! We're giving startups $10,000 in credits to rapidly build secure internal tools.

Why are we doing this?

We're a developer platform for quickly building high-quality internal apps. Using Airplane, you can transform scripts, queries, and APIs into custom UIs and workflows that fit the unique needs of your business.

We believe that fast-moving teams deserve scalable tools, and great tooling can help you focus on building better products. At Airplane, we built our platform with fast-paced engineering teams and security in mind.

This is why we're launching Airplane for Startups — to help smaller teams build internal infrastructure and move quickly, without sacrificing quality and safety.

Startups use Airplane to build admin panels, create customer onboarding workflows, run long-running processes, schedule jobs, and much more.

How does it work?

You can redeem up to $10,000 in Airplane credits for a year on any of our paid plans! Your startup is eligible if you meet all of the following:

  • ☑ Fewer than 50 employees
  • ☑ Series A or earlier
  • ☑ Not a current paying customer (users on Airplane's free plan are eligible)

How do I get started?

Take two minutes to fill out this form and let us know what caught your interest! If you're not sure if you qualify, apply anyways. We're happy to get in touch and see how Airplane might be able to help out.

You can also reach our team at [email protected] 👋

“Using Airplane has significantly reduced the amount of time we spend on managing internal processes. On-call operations that used to be time-consuming and manual now take just seconds to run in Airplane. Airplane has been extremely helpful in helping us scale our internal infrastructure.” - Modern Treasury Foundations Team

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