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The Aerofuels Group
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Aerofuels Int.
5-1, Viktorenko str., Moscow, Russia ,125167

tel.+7 495 787 2628,
+7 495 787 2542
fax.+7 495 787 2629
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5-1,Khodynsky bulvar, Moscow, Russia,125252

tel.+7 499 762 9123,
fax.+7 499 762 9124

  DATE    VALUE    UOM    DIFF  
  07.07.2020    350,25    USD/MT  
25 May

On the 22nd of May, 2020 Aerofuels carried out the first refueling of Aviastar-Tu cargo airline flight as a new operator in the airport of Yakutsk. Traditionally to mark this event the airport Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) greeted TU-204 with a water arc.

In 2018 the Republic of Sakha administration and the airport of Yakutsk management contacted Aerofuels Group of Companies with a proposal to create an alternative refueling company in the airport in order to develop competition in the refueling services market. Aerofuels was invited to involve in this large-scale project, because today they are one of the largest refueling operators and have a unique experience in alternative TZK distribution over the territory of Russia. All Aerofuels refueling complexes are equipped with the up-to-date equipment and provide full conformance of aviation fuel refueling services to the Russian and international industry-specific standards and norms. The longstanding work experience of the company demonstrates that as soon as an alternative refueler has come to the airport the fuel price is decreasing by 15 20% in average, which generally has a favorable effect on airlines business life.

22 May

This article is based on NEWS.YKT.RU website

The airplane to be refueled the first by a new operator was traditionally greeted with a water arc in the airport.

According to the Republic Administration request and in order to improve customers service quality creating the competitive environment, the airport of Yakutsk attracted to cooperation Aerofuels, the largest refueling company in Russia.

Aviastar-Tu cargo airline became the first customer of the refueling company in Yakutsk. To commemorate the first Aerofuels refueling the airport of Yakutsk Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) greeted TU-204 with a water arc. They used 3 tons of water for greeting. The international tradition to pass the airplane through a water arc relates to remarkable events and that which is going on for the first time.

Involvement of alternative refueling complexes corresponds to the action plan for competition development and improvement of antimonopoly policy. That is one of the key areas of activity to be implemented within Yakutsk Airport Development Strategy till 2032

24 Mar

All Nippon Airways (ANA), one of the largest air carriers of Japan, started the flights from Tokyo to Vladivostok from the 20th of March, 2020, and became the first airline of the Land of the Rising Sun on this route.

ANA has been aiming at expansion in Russia for a long time, and we chose Vladivostok to be our first destination point in Russia, because it serves as gates connecting Eurasia and the Pacific Ocean, Seiichi Takahashi, Senior Vice-President of ANA, noted.

Turnaround flights from Tokyo (Narita) to Vladivostok are made twice a week by A320neo airplanes designed two-class for 8 seats in the business-class cabin and 136 seats in the economy class cabin. Tickets for this route are now available.