Alexandria, VA, September 5, 2013 – The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is pleased to announce that Eastern Aviation Fuels (EAF), the exclusive marketer of Shell branded aviation fuels in the United States, has chosen to partner with NATA Safety 1st to provide training to its branded Fixed Base Operators (FBOs). Eastern Aviation Fuels’ customers will receive comprehensive training in an easy to administer, self-paced and self-directed online platform through NATA Safety 1st.
“Our goal is that our FBOs will have the support and resources they need to provide the best service they can, all while holding high safety standards. This made partnering with NATA a natural fit,” says Eastern Aviation Fuels President Robbie Stallings.
“We are very excited Eastern Aviation Fuels has chosen NATA Safety 1st,” said Michael France, NATA’s Director of Safety & Training, “In offering NATA Safety 1st training to its customers, Eastern is continuing its commitment to quality, safety, and service.”
Eastern Aviation Fuels’ customers will have access to the full range of NATA Safety 1st training products at special network pricing, including the Professional Line Service Training, Safety 1st OSHA Modules, and the Supervisor Online program. Eastern customers should contact their EAF salesperson to initiate training under this agreement.
More information on NATA’s Safety 1st programs is available here: www.nata.aero/plst.
With this partnership, Air BP customers will benefit from comprehensive training in an easy to administer, self-paced and self-directed online platform through NATA Safety 1st.
The airport provides customized FBO services to its business & general aviation clientele and will be opening its new FBO facility in April 2014.
Through a proprietary Phillips 66/NATA Web portal, Phillips branded dealers will have access to this industry-recognized training program.