Jet Aviation now offers Phillips 66 Aviation Contract Fuel at five of its locations around the country. The participating locations include Laurence G. Hanscom Field (KBED) in Bedford, Mass., William P. Hobby Airport (KHOU) in Houston, Palm Beach International Airport (KPBI) in Florida, Teterboro Airport (KTEB) in New Jersey, and Van Nuys Airport (KVNY) in California. The program is accepted for the following classes of trade – corporate, charter, air ambulance and cargo. More locations will be announced in the near future.
John Langevin, Vice President, FBO Operations U.S. at Jet Aviation has been working closely with the Phillips 66 team to assemble contract agreements for the FBO locations. As a part of the agreements, through the Phillips 66 Contract Fuel program, members are pre-approved, so no cards or releases are required. Upon fueling, pilots provide their company name and tail number, sign the invoice, and they’re ready to go. There’s no fee or minimum to sign up.
“By offering flight operations a direct relationship with the refiner, they benefit from competitive pricing and easy billing,” said Lindsey Grant, Manager, General Aviation, Phillips 66. “We’re very happy to welcome more of Jet Aviation’s locations to the program.”
“We’re excited to join Phillips 66’s Contract Fuel program,” says Brandon Davis, FBO Regional Director, Central at Jet Aviation Houston. “Phillips 66 has been our fuel provider since 2012, and adding the Contract Fuel program now allows us to offer our customers a discounted fuel option from a well-established brand. We look forward to further developing our relationship with Phillips 66 so that we can provide our customers with additional services and benefits.”
Phillips 66 Aviation operates the longest active contract fuel program offered by any U.S. refiner. The program is currently available at nearly 200 Phillips 66 branded FBOs in the U.S.
For more details on the Phillips 66 Contract Fuel program and a map of FBO locations that offer Contract Fuel, visit phillips66aviation.com.
To learn more about Jet Aviation and its locations, visit jetaviation.com.