Signature Flight Support has signed a deal with Imperial Oil of Canada that could see the service provider chain add as many as 38 FBOs to its network. The agreement offers all Canadian Esso-branded FBOs the option to become members of the Signature network or to join the service provider’s Signature Select affiliate program. As part of the agreement, Imperial Oil will continue to be the fuel provider and the locations will continue to carry their Esso fuel branding, in addition to any possible Signature badges.
Signature Flight Support signed an agreement today at NBAA 2013 with Imperial Oil of Canada to offer all Canadian Esso aviation dealers the option to be fully licensed Signature locations or to participate in the Signature Select affiliate FBO program. Signature Select affiliates are supported by Signature’s global sales and marketing team and are promoted as part of the Signature network. Additional value for members can be achieved through the purchasing power of the Signature network.
You can throw away your pen thanks to Mxi Technologies. The company has added electronic signature (e-signature) capability to its Maintenix aviation maintenance management software. The new functionality in the integrated, intelligent software solution can significantly reduce the amount of time spent on data entry.
NetJets Europe tapped Signature Flight Support as its Europe-wide “preferred handler.” The agreement covers Signature FBOs in Belgium, France, Greece, Ireland, South Africa and the UK. NetJets Europe shareowners can still use any FBO or handler that they choose. “It’s not an exclusive agreement,” explained a Signature spokesman.
Signature Flight Support president Beth Haskins remains at her post, despite an announcement earlier this year that she would be leaving last month. She told AIN the delay in her separation is a result of Signature’s not having found a replacement. She is likely to remain in the position at least through the NBAA Convention, which will take place in Orlando, Fla. (home of Signature headquarters), from November 9 to 11.