Fuel supplier BP announced today that it has ended its licensing agreement with Epic Aviation, its exclusive North American licensee for the Air BP brand, which distributes fuel to approximately 350 FBOs in North America. According to the announcement, BP intends to enter the U.S. general aviation business as a direct fuel supplier to FBOs.
Houston-based fuel provider Phillips 66 has added 85 former Exxon dealers to its network, bringing its total number of branded FBOs to 866 nationwide. The new locations, situated mainly on the West Coast, will be served by distributor World Fuel Services and participate in the Phillips 66 WingPoints rewards program.
Continuing the recent trend of major oil companies scaling back their general aviation commitments, ExxonMobil announced it has decided to cease providing general aviation fuels in the U.S. The fuel conglomerate stated the move “pertains only to its U.S.
ExxonMobil confirmed to AIN that it has decided to exit the general aviation fuels business in the U.S. and dissolve its network of Avitat-branded FBOs.
Continuing the recent trend of major oil companies scaling back their general aviation commitments, ExxonMobil confirmed to AIN today that it has decided to exit the general aviation fuels business and dissolve its network of Avitat-branded FBOs.
World Fuel Services and ExxonMobil Aviation partnered to launch the Avitat Premier Card program, which provides discounted fuel and aviation-related services at participating Exxon and ExxonMobil Avitat FBOs in the U.S. and Bahamas. Customers with the Avitat Premier Card will receive special pricing, offers and services at participating locations when they identify themselves as members.
Charles “Charlie” Morris, a former NBAA board member and long-time head of Mobil’s corporate flight department, died on June 17 in Norwalk, Conn. He was 90. Morris joined Mobil in 1951 as a DC-3 pilot and served as head of its flight department from 1957 to 1984. In addition to his 12-year stint on NBAA’s board of directors, he flew for several airlines, including Pan American World Airways, and was a distinguished World War II pilot.
Charles “Charlie” Morris, 90, a former NBAA board member and long-time head of Mobil’s corporate flight depart- ment, died on June 17 in Norwalk, Conn. A USAAC pilot during World War II, he received the Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal with Oak Leaf Clusters. After the war, Morris flew for several airlines, including Pan American World Airways, and in 1951 he joined Mobil as a DC-3 pilot.
After many years of faithful service, the Exxon Tiger has been retired, replaced by a new customer service program known as PremierSpirit. With the merger of Exxon and Mobil, it was decided that a new image was in order. From a more practical perspective, the new program has added the input from schedulers and dispatchers to the FBO evaluation process. Richard Oldham, ExxonMobil Aviation’s U.S.
ExxonMobil Aviation has unveiled its new PremierCare certification system, an instruction and qualification program for line service personnel at Avitat and other Exxon-branded FBOs.
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