The Corporate Angel Network recognized four corporate aircraft operators here yesterday as 2008 Quarterly Corporate Angels for their exceptional contributions to making life a little easier for cancer patients. The four aircraft operators are Air Frantz, Meredith Corp., Bank of America and General Motors.
Chevron Global Aviation has launched a fuel buyer reward program called FlyBuys that offers free gas and merchandise gift cards to customers. Here at Booth No. 1200, Chevron and 30 affiliated FBOs are highlighting the FlyBuys program and signing up new members.
Two new programs designed to enhance FBO operations have been inaugurated by Chevron Aviation. One of these, called TotalGA, is designed to be a private online fuel ordering marketplace for customers. The other, the Alliance Program, is a purchase card designed to enhance the ability of FBOs and flight departments to buy Chevron products and services and access accounting data.
Avfuel Corp., a leading independent supplier of aviation fuels and services, has entered into an agreement with Texaco to purchase its general aviation business in California, Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Arizona, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. The divestiture is one of the Federal Trade Commission requirements that will allow for the merger of Chevron and Texaco.
In a cooperative agreement announced last month, ChevronTexaco Global Aviation (CTGA) employees will sponsor 22 children from around the world. After extensive research, the employees chose Childreach/ Plan, a nonprofit organization that promotes children’s well being, rights and interests around the world.
ChevronTexaco expanded its reach when its general aviation division announced that the Hiller Group, a major distributor of ChevronTexaco aviation products, would expand its marketing territory. Based in Tampa, Fla., Hiller already supported more than 140 Chevron-branded FBOs in the South and Southeast.
Chevron Global Aviation has taken an unusual approach to customer service; the Houston-based company is sending its Chevron and Texaco-branded FBO employees to the Disney Institute for customer service and service culture training. The two-day course syllabus includes schooling in customer loyalty, quality service and employee hiring and training. The course will be held May 8-9 in Orlando, Fla., and September 18-19 in Anaheim, Calif.
Early last month ChevronTexaco’s general aviation division announced it would join with distributor Hiller Group to expand its marketing territory into the Midwest
Just over a year after its merger, ChevronTexaco (the entity that resulted when the two oil giants came together after a landmark $45 billion deal) has released some of the details of its newly realigned general aviation fuel business. Representing only a tiny percentage of even its airline-centered fuels trade, the general aviation sliver of the pie is, nevertheless, an important one to the merged companies, or so they say.
Fargo Jet Center of Fargo, N.D., has introduced the Aero Spa, a service aimed at pampering your jet with a thorough cleaning and detailing. Aero Spa services include “trip ready” interior cleaning, wet or dry washes, hand waxing, machine buffing, bright work, de-ice boot refurbish and carpet shampoo and extraction. The service is offered as a standalone or in conjunction with line service or maintenance.
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