Arizona Airport Joins World Fuel Network

 - April 10, 2019, 9:47 AM
Gateway Aviation Services, the airport-owned FBO at Arizona's Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is the latest to join the World Fuel Network. The location pumps approximately three million gallons of fuel a year for the GA segment.

Gateway Aviation Services, the airport-owned service provider at Arizona’s Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, is now a member of the World Fuel Network. The recently remodeled FBO has an upgraded flight planning room and pilot lounge, along with an expanded airside entryway and enlarged CSR area that increases staff visibility to the ramp area. Other amenities include conference rooms, on-site car rental, and crew vehicles.

While the FBO is open 24/7, U.S. Customs and Border Protection services are available on weekdays between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and after hours with prior notification. The airport, located 30 miles from downtown Phoenix, offers three runways of more than 9,000 feet in length, and an on-site restaurant can provide catering.

The airport pumps approximately three million gallons of fuel a year for its general aviation customers, and it will now have new payment options with the World Fuel Contract Card and Avcard, as well as loyalty points through the World Fuel Rewards program.

“Gateway Aviation Services’ impressive facility and excellent service heritage are a great addition to the World Fuel Network,” said Steve Dryzmalla, World’s senior v-p for business aviation bulk sales. “Now any operator traveling to the Phoenix-Mesa area will benefit from easy, seamless transactions, and bonus rewards at our newest location.”