vail valley jet center joins world fuel services’ fbo network

July 15, 2020

Premiere fixed-base operator (FBO), Vail Valley Jet Center, recently selected World Fuel Services for fuel supply and comprehensive FBO solutions, including brand programs, deice supply, and advanced truck technology.

Building on its existing Total FBO software solution, the Jet Center is now equipped with the most innovative end-to-end FBO solution on the market for their global customer base. Vail Valley Jet Center now has new payment options and a new loyalty offer with World Fuel Contract card, AVCARD® by World Fuel, and World Fuel Rewards.

The World Fuel Network encompasses more than 550 FBOs, 3,000 contract fuel locations, 8,200 AVCARD® by World Fuel merchants, 17,000 trip support service vendors, and 75 Air Elite Network locations. All aircraft operators will directly benefit from the FBO’s new payment flexibility and rewards. With simple payment options, crew and passengers can focus on enjoying the Jet Center’s experience as a top-rated FBO for the last 17years by Aviation International News.

Paul Gordon, President/CEO, Vail Valley Jet Center stated, “As a top-rated aviation service company in the heart of the Colorado Rockies, we look forward to welcoming more World Fuel customers to the Vail Valley and our world-class mountain resorts.” Steve Drzymalla, Senior VP for Business Aviation Bulk Fuel, World Fuel Services stated, “We are honored to partner with Vail Valley Jet Center. Their operational expertise, dedicated customer service and world-class facilities create a premium experience for anyone flying to this region.”

Colorado’s Eagle County Regional Airport (KEGE) is ideally situated within the finest ski and golf resorts in the world, with a short a 30-minute drive to Beaver Creek, 45-minute drive to Vail, or 90-minute drive to Aspen and Breckenridge. The airport is well-positioned to relocate aircraft from Aspen, just a 15-minute flight. In addition, the airport offers unmatched safety and convenience among the Rocky Mountain airports with on-site customs services and a tower controlled, 9,000 feet long runway open 24 hours.