Benefits of aviation fuels

Using our products has its advantages. Save on maintenance costs and extend the life of your machinery, in addition to enjoying exclusive benefits so you can get the most out of our products.

Assistance and training

The Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA), the National Institute for Aerospace Technology (INTA), and the Spanish Air Force, among others, have counted with us to train their inspectors in security and supply operations.

Technical assistance

We conduct quality, operational, and environmental visits, to both airports and airfields, and to bases outside airports (temporary or permanent). We analyze compliance with industry standards and best practices, and guarantee quality and safety in fuel activities.

Face-to-face and online courses

We offer face-to-face and online training to people who work in fuel facilities for their own use, who are resposnible for bases outside airports, mechanics, and pilots. Our goal is to transmit the necessary knowledge to maintain the fuel's quality and carry out its handling safely.

Into-plane services

We carry out into-plane services in two ways: 

1. Refueling unit

A vehicle which comprises a tractor unit, supply equipment and a tank for fuel storage. We can supply fuel in two ways:

  • Overwing or pressureless refueling. This type of refueling is generally done on the wing of small aircraft through the aperture of the fuel tank, which is in contact with the atmosphere.
  • Underwing or pressure refueling. This type of refueling is done through a specific valve which connects to the aircraft’s fuel tank. It is carried out using a specific technique which controls flow speed and input pressure to the aircraft’s tanks.

2. Dispenser

A vehicle which has dispensing equipment and a connection valve to the hydrant pit. The dispenser consists of a tractor unit and supply equipment. Fuel is supplied by connecting the dispenser to the airplane’s fuel tank and to airport’s hydrant pit.

The fuel, in this case, is contained on the interior of the airport’s hydrant pit tubes, which are located under the aircraft parking apron.A series of pumps keeps the hydrant pressurized in order to propel fuel towards the airplane’s fuel tank when the dispenser connects to a hydrant pit valve.

Quality and certifications

All our aviation fuels are certified according to the ISO 9001 standard, to guarantee product excellence and quality.