Gateway Aviation Services joins World Fuel Network


World Fuel Services (World Fuel) has started supplying Gateway Aviation Services at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Arizona, effective from April 2, 2019.

Gateway Aviation Services will now have new payment options and a new loyalty offer with World Fuel Contract card, AVCARD by World Fuel and World Fuel Rewards. As a World Fuel Rewards participating location, this FBO will have a bank of points to award to their customers as a bonus for their loyalty. World Fuel Rewards members including operators, pilots, schedulers and dispatchers can continue to earn points and climb status tiers at a new location.

Brian O’Neill, executive director at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, said, “We are pleased to welcome World Fuel to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport as our new aviation fuel provider. World Fuel is a global industry leader with an extensive network, long track-record of success, and a strong commitment to customer satisfaction that will help raise the profile of Gateway Aviation Services.”

Steve Drzymalla, SVP, business aviation bulk fuel sales at World Fuel Services, commented, “Gateway Aviation Services’ impressive facility and excellent service heritage are a great addition to the World Fuel Network. Now, any operator traveling to the Phoenix-Mesa area will benefit from easy, seamless transactions and bonus rewards at our newest location.”

Gateway Aviation Services’ facility has recently been remodeled featuring an expanded airside entryway with double doors at the entry and an expanded ready room that increases staff visibility to the ramp area.

“New signage has been installed at the landside entryway to create a better visual presentation, and the flight planning room and pilot lounge have been remodeled to reflect high-end hospitality. All facets of corporate, military and general aviation are serviced. Gateway Aviation Services not only serves as the DLA contract fuel provider for US government and military operations, but also has membership in the Airlift/Tanker Association and can handle aircraft of any size.”

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