Avfuel sign up Nebraska’s newest FBO Kearney Aviation Center

Terry Spruce

Kearney Regional Airport’s newest FBO, Kearney Aviation Center (KAC) has announced that it will
brand with Avfuel. KAC started operations on 1 June 2011.

“It’s exciting to partner with an FBO
that places so much emphasis on service,” said Marci Ammerman the Avfuel
director of marketing. “We look forward to helping Kearney Aviation
Center go above and
beyond expectations to meet customers’ needs.”

Owner Phil Jossi has pledged to “create
a service culture in which expectations are exceeded on all levels.” Jossi
opened his FBO due to what he felt was the region’s need for a service-oriented
FBO that offered competitive prices and responsive customer care. A pilot
himself, Jossi drew on personal experience as a basis for the service model at Kearney Aviation Center.
“From the moment the aircraft is parked and the red carpet rolled out, we
strive to make the KAC experience one that exceeds the expectations of pilots
and passengers,” said Jossi. “We want our customers to depart saying
‘Wow, what a great experience.”

Being an Avfuel branded dealer fits
perfectly with Jossi’s vision: “It all came down to the people at
Avfuel,” Jossi said. “From the first person I spoke with to the last
person I called in dispatch, every interaction has been first-class. Avfuel is
a wonderful model of a quality service culture.”

Guests of KAC will enjoy amenities such as
complimentary beverages, wireless internet, and discounts on rental cars,
accommodations and more. A build-out scheduled for completion by mid-July will
add a conference room, offices space and a pilot’s lounge.

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