Wed, Apr 16, 2003
Signature Expands, Improves Fleet Deal
Signature Flight Support has announced two new fuel incentive
programs as part of several new service-and-support initiatives
planned for 2003. Hyper Power™ is designed to benefit
operators each time they purchase fuel at Signature locations. Net
Power™ is designed for fleet operators who commit to
utilizing the strength of the Signature network.
Hyper Power replaces Prime Rate, a program that had been in
effect since 1995. The Hyper Power program offers progressively
greater incentives for increased uplifts, allowing operators to
determine their own savings. At the highest level of participation,
the operator receives a “hyper discount” that is
exponentially deeper than the established scale. These hyper
discounts will range between $.40 and $.75 per gallon, depending
upon aircraft size, uplift and airport category.
Net Power is a comprehensive pricing program that
is customized for fleet operators. Customers who participate in the
program will receive discounted retail fuel based on a detailed
analysis of their buying patterns and overall impact throughout the
"We have been listening intently to what operators want and
expect from the industry leader," said Beth Haskins, Signature
president and CEO. "These two programs demonstrate our renewed
focus on satisfying the ever-changing business aviation market.
Hyper Power and Net Power offer the increased savings customers are
looking for, while maintaining the Signature standards operators
have come to expect.
"Our objective is to provide our customers with more control and
greater flexibility," said Haskins. "These two programs offer
powerful choices to our customers that are not available anywhere
Signature Flight Support is the world’s largest flight
support operation (FSO) and distribution network for business
services. [bottom photo is unrelated, but was such a cool 'fueling'
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