The World Fuel Services Network of FBOs has just added three new members in North America and Canada. Flightways Columbus at Columbus Airport in Georgia, Emery Air at Chicago Rockford International Airport in Illinois, and the Guardian Jet Center at Ontario International Airport in Canada have all signed up, with training, marketing and fuel support services among the benefits.
Amber Clark, FBO manager at Flightways Columbus, said, “Our staff at Flightways have a passion for aviation; we strive to make your stay with us easy, enjoyable and exceptional. World Fuel Services shares this same philosophy of taking care of their customers, and this is why we are joining the network.”
Adam Wold, Emery Air’s manager of FBO/Aviation services and facilities, added, “Emery Air is proud to be a part of the World Fuel Services Network as a Phillips 66 Aviation branded FBO. World Fuel Services will compliment Emery Air and the Chicago Rockford International Airport team very well. Open at all times, with the ability to support any size aircraft, means we are a perfect full service flight support solution for anyone conducting business in Northern Illinois.”
Dan LeBouf, general manager of Guardian Jet Center, said, “We feel at home with the World Fuel family,” said Dan LeBouf, general manager of Guardian Jet Center. “From the start, they made us feel welcomed, and the entire team has been very helpful from ordering fuel loads to the final accounting.”
Steve Drzymalla, World Fuel Services’ senior vice president of general aviation, added, “We are excited to have the opportunity to work with these fine FBO locations. Our customer-focused team works closely with each new FBO to ensure that a personalized solution is tailored to each location to best facilitate their growth and success.”