ACI Jet, a full service global aviation company, has added its John Wayne-Orange County Airport location in California to the Avfuel Corporation’s network of more than 650 branded FBOs across North America and Europe. The partnership allows operators the full benefits of Avfuel contract fuel and AVTrip rewards.
Established in 1999, ACI Jet’s John Wayne-Orange County outpost offers a wealth of services, including 24-hour fueling, catering and concierge services, ground handling, hangar space, Part 145 maintenance, aircraft detailing, secured vehicle parking, a pilot’s lounge and a crew snooze room. It also operates a fleet of light, mid-size, large and ultra long-range private jets, all based on California’s central coast.
Mark Haynes, Avfuel’s vice president of sales, said, “We’ve enjoyed a successful partnership with ACI Jet at its three other locations in San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles and Oceano, California. We are honored to further serve the company’s needs in one of California’s most prominent locations.”
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