Four Skyservice locations join the Air Elite network

October 10, 2017
Written by Air Elite
World Fuel Services (WFS) has announced that four Skyservice FBOs have joined the Air Elite Network of Diamond Service Locations. The FBOs are located at Toronto Lester B. Pearson Airport (CYYZ), Calgary International Airport (CYYC), Montréal‐Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (CYUL), and Ottawa MacDonald Cartier International Airport (CYOW).
Award‐winning Skyservice FBOs offer first‐class customer service, premium lounges and amenities, 24/7 concierge services, and ample ramp and hangar space at every location. Skyservice has been named “Best in Canada” year after year in the WINGS Magazine Best Canadian FBO Survey, and their Toronto location was named the #1 Canadian FBO in the 2017 Professional Pilot PRASE Survey.

“For over 30 years, our goal at Skyservice has been to provide our customers with the ultimate in safety and service. Joining the global Air Elite Network allows us to collaborate with like‐minded FBOs and continue to develop new and innovative ways to deliver exemplary levels of service, while providing pilots, crew, and passengers the best possible experience,” said Marshall Myles, Chairman and CEO at Skyservice.

In addition to FBO facilities, Skyservice provides aircraft management, charter services, maintenance, and aircraft sales. Skyservice is also the exclusive Canadian sales and service representative for the Honda Aircraft Company as the exclusive Canadian HondaJet dealer.

“We are pleased to welcome Skyservice’s award‐winning locations to the Air Elite Network. Their team’s passionate commitment to customer service has established them as Canada’s premier FBO network,” said Steve Drzymalla, Senior Vice President of Business Aviation Bulk Fuel Sales at WFS. “We look forward to working with the Skyservice team and helping them build on their already stellar reputation.”  

The Air Elite Network now includes 77 Diamond Service Locations worldwide. The network was established in 2011 and has added 17 locations since its inception. Each FBO member must meet a number of airport, facility, and service quality standards to qualify for membership.

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