The Corporate Aircraft Association (CAA) continues to experience strong growth with the addition of nine new service providers to its preferred FBO network over the past two months. They include: Cutter Aviation at Colorado Springs, Colo.; Tri State Aero in Evansville, Ind.; Harrison Aviation at Fort Worth Spinks Airport in Texas; FlightLevel Aviation in Norwood, Mass.; Tac Air’s facility in Provo, Utah; Bighorn Airways in Sheridan, Wyo.; Washington State’s Tacoma Narrows Aviation; and the Air Service Hawaii locations in Kona and Kahului, Hawaii.
In addition, 18 current CAA preferred FBOs have renewed their contract with the 250-location-strong association for an additional three years. CAA was founded in 1995 to negotiate discounted fuel prices for its Part 91 membership, by combining purchasing power and working with respected members.
“CAA’s growth is a direct reflection of our win-win strategy,” said president Bob Bordes. “Our FBOs deliver unbeatable fuel prices and service to our members. We are fortunate to have loyal members who recognize this and continue to recommend our organization to FBOs and other Part 91 operators.”