Fuel Supply

  1. Fuel supply is available during the aerodrome’s operational hours.8
  2. The company supplying this aerodrome is BP, with their AirBP service
  3. Used fuel and lubricants are especially designed for all turbo-powered or piston-powered engines and are recognised, approved, and certified by all great aeronautical constructors.

Fuel

Used fuel is AvGas 100LL and Jet A-1.8

AvGas 100LL

  1. AvGas aviation gasoline is used in piston-powered aircrafts, and like all gasoline, it is very volatile and extremely inflammable at normal service temperatures
  2. This product is to be handled with extreme care;
  3. AvGas fuel grades are particularly defined by their octane number;
  4. It complies with the requirements of the last version of British standard DEF SATN 91-90 and standard ASTM D 910;
  5. It corresponds to grade 100/130, with Low Lead, and its colour is blue.

Jet A-1

  1. Used in turbo-jets, turbo-propellers, and more recently in diesel and piston-powered engines;
  2. Jet A-1 is the proper kerosene-blended fuel grade for most reactor aircrafts;
  3. This product complies with a strict standard adapted internationally;
  4. It complies with the requirements of the last version of British standard DEF STAN 91-91, standard ASTM D1655 and NATO specification F-35;
  5. It complies with the requirements of the last version of AFQRJOS (Aviation Fuel Requirements for Jointly Operated Systems) Check List.