Signature Flight Support launches co-branded aviation card

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Signature Flight Support, one of the world’s largest FBO and distribution networks, has teamed up with Epic Fuels, a global supplier of aviation fuel, to create the new Signature Flight Support Multi Service Aviation co-branded aviation card.

The card will be accepted at more than 8,000 locations worldwide, including all Signature facilities in the USA and Canada, and at any FBO working with Epic Fuels. Customers can apply for a card here.

There are also two special launch offers. For example, if a customer uses their card to complete five transactions at participating Signature locations before October 31, 2017, they will receive an additional 5,000 Signature TailWins Reward points. Double TailWins points can be earned with every card purchase within the network, and combined with other TailWins promotions to receive even more points. Customers using their card outside of the Signature network will earn one point per gallon of fuel purchased. Points can then be redeemed for cash cards and brand-name gift cards.

As part of the second offer, any applications for the card received before March 30, 2017, will be entered into a draw for free registration to the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference in Long Beach, California, next year. Entries will be limited to one per company, subject to terms and conditions.

Maria A Sastre, Signature Flight Support president and COO, said, “We’re excited to provide our customers with a convenient, flexible, aviation-focused payment method that meets their needs. Our goal is to ensure that every aspect of the customer experience, including payments, is streamlined for flight departments and pilots to optimize their productivity. Our partnership with Epic in issuing the new card will further our mission of offering leading edge solutions for our business and general aviation customers across our global network.”

Kevin Cox, president of Epic Fuels, added, “The launch of the new card provides the FBO networks of Epic and Signature – which when combined touch more than 87% of all departures out of the top 50 airports in North America – with a robust aviation fuel card to better serve their respective customers.

“In addition, the new Signature card, with its expanded acceptance network and improved terms and credit lines for applicants from Epic, will provide Signature customers with greater convenience and ease of use when purchasing aviation fuel and ancillary services around the globe.”

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