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EPIC and U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation Announce International Card Access

Dynamic collaboration simplifies business aviation transactions

EPIC® and U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation announce the release of the enhanced EPIC CardSM, cobranded with Multi Service Aviation -- the first card issued by a fuel supplier to provide global acceptance via U.S. Bank’s exclusive, aviation-specific network. Pilots no longer need a wallet full of charge-card options when traveling internationally.

From the press release at the above link: 

The EPIC Card can now be presented at thousands of fixed-base operator (FBO) locations globally that process through the U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation Network. For EPIC cardholders, this means all card transactions will appear on one statement each month for streamlined reconciliation. A mobile app and a dedicated website provide online settlement, tracking and account-specific pricing.

“For maximum convenience, and to lighten the weight of a pilot’s wallet, EPIC cardholders can utilize the iGo EPICSM app to transact with a digital card and access account-specific pricing for Preferred EPIC Card FBO locations,” explains EPIC Senior Vice President of Business Development and Strategy Steve McCullough. “Expanding the EPIC Card’s acceptance through the U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation Network is the latest in our ongoing focus on product development and enhancements. We look forward to offering current customers the expanded functionality and to welcoming new EPIC Cardholders.”

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