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Jet Aviation Amsterdam
FBO/Handler (Schiphol / Amsterdam)

Jet Aviation Jeddah
FBO/Handler (King Abdulaziz International / Jeddah)

Jet Aviation Riyadh
FBO/Handler (King Khaled International / Riyadh)

Jet Aviation Rotterdam
FBO/Handler (Rotterdam The Hague / Rotterdam)

Jet Aviation Vienna
FBO/Handler (Schwechat / Vienna)

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Amsterdam (Schiphol) Airport

Rotterdam (The Hague) Airport

Jeddah (King Abdulaziz International) Airport

Riyadh (King Khaled International) Airport

Vienna (Schwechat) Airport


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More Jet Aviation FBO stations join the Elite
Five Jet Aviation locations have been added to the Air Elite network by World Fuel Services, increasing its number of locations to 24 across the network.
Jeddah in Saudi Arabia is one of the new Jet Aviation locations to join the Air Elite network.
Read this story in our November 2021 printed issue.

World Fuel Services has announced that five more Jet Aviation locations have joined its Air Elite network. The new additions bring Jet Aviation’s total to 24 member locations, which increases the membership to 85 distinct facilities worldwide. The new locations include Jet Aviation Amsterdam, Netherlands; Jet Aviation Rotterdam, Netherlands; Jet Aviation Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Jet Aviation Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Jet Aviation Vienna, Austria.

“Jet Aviation is proud to have an additional five locations join the Air Elite Network. The relationship between Jet Aviation and Air Elite has been a mutually beneficial one,” says João Martins, vice president, regional FBO operations Europe and general manager Zurich and Düsseldorf, Jet Aviation. “The Jet Aviation locations value the network relationships, the programme benefits, service culture training and industry leadership, which is designed to support the members and the network at large.”

“We welcome these five Jet Aviation locations to the Air Elite Network, continuing its diligence in offering elevated services and sustainability strides,” Steve Drzymalla, senior vice president, business aviation bulk fuel, World Fuel Services, says. “We applaud its dedication to providing the highest level of customer service and its commitment to ensuring every visit to one of its locations is a memorable experience.”

Keeping with the Air Elite Network’s commitment to delivering excellence and safety, each of Jet Aviation’s 24 member locations is IS-BAH certified. As a network member, these locations will offer World Fuel Rewards to customers using World Fuel Contract or AVCARD by World Fuel via the Air Elite bonus. All Air Elite members participate in the World Fuel Rewards programme and receive an elevated bank of points each year.

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