NBAA-BACE 2019: AEG Fuels releases virtual fuel card


AEG Fuels has launched a mobile app that features a virtual contract fuel card. The AEG Carnet Card provides an alternative to pre-releasing fuel and allows the card holder the freedom to move across its refuelling network with acceptance at over 3000 locations.

The AEG Fuels mobile app provides a way to search, quote, authorize and complete fuel transactions on the go and has the capability to display the Virtual AEG Carnet Card at the point of sale. The app allows general aviation operators, schedulers, dispatchers, pilots and other flight department members to remotely manage and plan their operation from anywhere, using IOS and Android mobile devices.

AEG Fuels said the app and virtual card has been developed to give its customers access to convenient online tools in response to demand in an evolving marketplace. The Virtual Carnet Card saves customer’s time before and during the trip and benefits the FBO/fuel suppliers with no merchant fee.

In addition, the card simplifies the process and eliminates manual steps that can lead to errors and delays. As a further incentive to use the card, AEG Fuels has developed a loyalty program which will be released at the beginning of next year.

“By carrying either the virtual or physical card there is no need to prearrange the purchase of contract fuel. Simply present the card at the time of purchase, sign the fuel ticket and be on your way. Invoices and reporting are available at the customer’s convenience on the app,” said Warren Boin, director of card services and special programs at AEG Fuels.

The company is actively encouraging customers to apply for the card today to benefit from preferred jet fuel pricing, convenience, value and unparalleled fuel management services.


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