Atlantic Aviation has further advanced Aspen/Pitkin County Airport’s (ASE) position at the forefront of sustainability and customer experience with the successful transition of nearly all of its ramp service vehicles to electric power.
Facility expansions and enhancements are well underway or have been completed in recent months at several of Atlantic Aviation’s more than 100 locations. All are part of a major improvement initiative network-wide and include both new construction as well as upgrades to existing facilities.
Furthering its commitment to sustainability leadership, Atlantic Aviation, in partnership with Avfuel Corporation and Neste, has established a continuous supply of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at all four of the company’s FBO locations in Colorado. These include Atlantic’s facilities in Aspen (ASE), Telluride/Montrose (MTJ), Steamboat Springs/Hayden (HDN), and Aspen/Rifle (RIL). Avfuel Corporation, one of Atlantic Aviation’s primary fuel supply partners, will be delivering all SAF loads leveraging renewable diesel fuel, ensuring that as much environmental benefit as possible is realized in each SAF transaction.
In accordance with the National Air Transportation Association’s (NATA’s) new Sustainability Standard, Atlantic Aviation has achieved Tier 3 Green Aviation Business certification for all four FBOs that it operates Colorado, joining five other Atlantic Aviation FBOs certified as Green Aviation Businesses in the United States.
Atlantic Aviation and 4AIR will be advancing their commitment to sustainability at this year’s NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (BACE) by offering a Book & Claim program for customers arriving at Atlantic’s FBOs at Orlando Executive Airport (ORL) and Orlando International Airport (MCO). All Jet-A offered for purchase during NBAA-BACE at Atlantic Aviation’s ORL and MCO locations will be Book & Claim SAF gallons – and there will be no premium charged for these gallons as the program is being underwritten completely by Atlantic Aviation.