OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Jun 14, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) --U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation is now issuing its award-winning Multi Service Aviation Card to companies that use private aircraft and the pilots that fly them in Switzerland. The aviation fuel card, used to pay for fuel, maintenance and other aviation services, is accepted by 7,500 aviation service providers in more than 190 countries.
With the addition of Switzerland, Multi Service Aviation now issues cards in 34 countries, with plans for more expansion later this year. The Multi Service Aviation network helps pilots and companies around the world pay for aviation-related services, including fuel, flight planning, aircraft handling, trip support, weather tracking and catering.
Lauded as the best aviation fuel card in the industry for 18 straight years by Professional Pilot in its Preferences Regarding Aviation Services and Equipment (PRASE) awards, the Multi Service Aviation card provides its users with customized billing, free online account maintenance and savings on fuel. In addition, the Multi Service Aviation Card delivers value to merchants through account flexibility, free business promotion and competitive card processing.
U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation is a division of U.S. Bank Corporate Payment Systems, and has served the aviation industry with financial integrity, security, and unsurpassed customer service for more than 25 years. Multi Service Aviation provides cardholders with customized billing, free online account maintenance and savings on fuel. Visit http://www.multiserviceaviation.com to learn more.
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SOURCE: U.S. Bank
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