Tue, Jan 11, 2011
Company Now Brands, Supplies Aviation Fuel And Services To Jet
Fixed-base operator Jet Air has branded with Avfuel
Corporation. Under the agreement, Avfuel will act as Jet Air
aviation fuel and services provider, and also supplement the FBO
with marketing services. Jet Air now offers AVTRIP rewards points
on qualifying fuel purchases, as well as Avfuel Contract Fuel.
“Jet Air is a welcome addition to the Avfuel family of
quality FBOs serving the general and business aviation
markets,” said Avfuel Director of Marketing Marci Ammerman.
“We are looking forward to a mutually beneficial business
partnership.” Staffed by people who “have a passion to
help,” newest Avfuel-branded dealer Jet Air is one FBO where
service stands out.
With easy access to ground transportation and proximity to major
attractions, Jet Air offers an excellent aviation alternative to
Palomar and the San Diego area. Located near a number of regional
attractions like convention centers, beaches and parks, Jet Air
offers an unrivaled access point for
those traveling for business or leisure. Local attractions include
Sea World, Balboa Park, Del Mar racetrack and LegoLand.
Visitors to the Jet Air FBO will enjoy a comfortable lounge with
television, conference room and snacks and beverages. Outside,
aviators appreciate the freedom and flexibility afforded by 250,000
square feet of tarmac for multiple aircraft lineup. Overnight
hangar storage is available.
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