Capitol Jet Center, a Superior Aviation Company
FBO/Handler (Sacramento International / Sacramento)
Executive Jet Center, a Superior Aviation Company
FBO/Handler (Sacramento Executive / Sacramento)
Mather Jet Center, a Superior Aviation Company
FBO/Handler (Mather / Sacramento)
Earlier this year, World Fuel Services began supplying Superior Aviation Company (SACjet) at Sacramento International (KSMF), Sacramento Executive (KSAC) and Sacramento Mather (KMHR) airports. SACjet has now taken advantage of a number of World Fuel network benefits including seamless payment processing with Total Aviation Software, commercial cargo carrier services and new payment flexibility with AVCARD by World Fuel.
SACjet operates FBO facilities at three airports in the Sacramento County airport system in California. It also holds IS-BAH certification, one of the highest standards in the industry. Company president Joe Hansen says: “Our implementation of IS-BAH standards is a true representation of our commitment to operators. SACjet’s facilities promote industry best practices and are known for safely, efficiently and accurately meeting the needs of guests with discretion. Joining the World Fuel network enhances our application of best practices with strategic, reliable fuel sourcing, logistics and training solutions all backed by the latest technology.”
Steve Drzymalla, senior VP for business aviation bulk fuel, World Fuel Services, adds: “We proudly welcome Superior Aviation Company to the World Fuel network. Its commitment to customer service makes it a valuable addition to our network and a reliable destination for operators flying to the Sacramento area.”
Executive Jet Center at KSAC serves Sacramento’s Downtown airport, only six miles from the State Capitol. Mather Jet Center at KMHR has one of the United States’ largest ramp and runway combinations and boasts over 100,000 square feet of newly constructed hangar space. Capitol Jet Center at KSMF provides convenient access to commercial passenger service, supports customs clearance for international arrivals and is a strategic location for continental shelf traffic.