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Wednesday
Mar132019

Republic Jet Center Receives Everest Fuel Preferred Award

Republic Jet Center has been recognized with the Everest Fuel Preferred Award. The award honors high-performing Fixed Based Operators (FBOs) throughout the country that exemplify commitment to safe operations, excellent service, modernized facilities and who take a long-term approach to relationships. Republic Jet Center is among the first five FBOs to receive this recognition.

To be selected as an Everest Fuel Preferred Award recipient, Republic Jet Center was assessed across a variety of selection criteria to determine that the FBO exceeded Everest’s standards for facilities, amenities and procedures. This included: an on-site evaluation audit of the facility; a safety inspection to ensure the FBO adheres to ATA 103 fuel quality-control procedures and it follows nationally recognized standards for training line-service personnel; the FBO has demonstrated outstanding commitment to service to Everest Fuel customers; and the FBO has maintained a long-term relationship with Everest and provides Everest customers with exceptional value.

Republic Jet Center offers an on-site Part 145 repair station, a NATA Safety First Certified line crew, hangar and ramp parking, and full de-icing.  In addition, Republic Jet Center features a 100,000-gallon fuel farm that has a generator back-up and it offers the lowest retail price for Jet-A and AvGas available at Republic Airport.

While on the ground, Republic Jet Center provides deluxe passenger services, including planeside vehicle access, an executive lounge and conference room with wi-fi access and satellite television, full concierge services with luxury car and limousine transportation access, a pilot lounge and VIP helicopter transfer to Manhattan.

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