InterDel Aviation Services joins Air Elite as 6th network location in Canada


World Fuel Services has announced that InterDel Aviation Services (IAS) at Vancouver International Airport (CYVR) is now a member of the Air Elite by World Fuel Network (Air Elite).

This distinct facility is the network’s 85th location and 6th Air Elite location in Canada.

“Pilots and flight departments can now experience the Air Elite difference when they visit IAS in Vancouver,” said Steve Drzymalla, senior vice president, business aviation bulk fuel, World Fuel Services. “Their commitment to safety and service makes them a valuable addition to the Air Elite Network.”

As an IS-BAH certified location only 20 minutes from Downtown Vancouver, IAS offers a safe and strategically located facility at CYVR.

Conveniently centered at the south side of the field, IAS is near the customs ramp and predominant active runway, 26L. The facility includes back-to-back ramp areas and a hangar that can accommodate up to a B737.

Customers can also enjoy a two-level passenger lounge with a view of the Pacific Mountain Range and a spacious third-floor conference center suitable for meetings and gatherings.

“Our facility in Vancouver has and will continue to strive to go the extra mile with service, safety and convenience,” said Scott Young, general manager, InterDel Aviation Services. “We look forward to collaborating with like-minded FBOs within the network.”

As a member of the World Fuel Network, IAS customers will benefit from access to World Fuel Contract pricing, AVCARD by World Fuel acceptance and World Fuel Rewards. As an Air Elite Network member, this location participates in the Air Elite Bonus, providing their customers additional World Fuel Rewards points for their business and loyalty. This facility also participates in the Air Elite carbon offset program, committing them to the network-wide initiative for a more sustainable future.

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