The Corporate Aircraft Association (CAA) welcomed four new service providers to its preferred FBO network: Sheltair at Denver-area Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport; Boedeker Flying Service at Texas’ Childress Municipal Airport; Perry-Houston County Airport Authority at Georgia’s Perry-Houston County Airport; and Skypark Airport in Bountiful, Utah.
In addition, five FBOs have renewed their contract with the 250-location-strong association for an additional three years: Rectrix at Boston-area Laurence G. Hanscom Field; Hartford Jet Center at Connecticut’s Hartford-Brainard Airport; Wildcatter Aviation in Odessa, Texas; Fontainebleau Aviation at Miami-Opa-Locka Executive Airport; and Stein’s Aircraft services at Waukesha County Airport in Wisconsin.
CAA was founded in 1995 to negotiate discounted fuel prices for its Part 91 membership, by combining purchasing power and working with respected members.
“As a general practice, CAA does not solicit FBOs; an FBO must show interest by coming to us,” said president Bob Bordes. “We wouldn’t be where we are today without our members recommending our organization to FBOs when they stop in to purchase fuel.”