Multi Service Aviation Expands Line of Services
Tuesday, September 11, 2007 at 10:55AM
Marsha Barancik in Multi Service Aviation, NBAA, News

U.S. Bank's acquisition of Multi Service Aviation (MSA) in 2005 has given pilots access to a greater range of services, according to Jill M. Heisterkamp, MSA's communications and media manager.

U.S. Bank products accessible to the general aviation industry include business equipment leasing, corporate banking, treasury management, corporate and purchasing cards -- such as the Voyager Fleet Card. Look for details on these products at this year's NBAA show.

Additionally, Multi Service Aviation has been able to expand its services through an agreement with another services provider. Last spring it announced that Multi Service Aviation cardholders now have access to GEOS’ global security, intelligence and mobile communication solutions. Services include the ability to locate GPS phones and to send emergency messages.

The Multi Service Aviation Card is accepted by more than 7,500 aviation service providers in more than 190 countries. Offices in the Netherlands and South Africa support international cardholders.

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