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Avfuel Unveils New Training Designator on Fuel Finder

ANN ARBOR, Mich. / November 21, 2017 / GENERAL AVIATION NEWS – Avfuel recently unveiled a new designator on its fuel finder: ATS for the Avfuel Training System.

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Fueling Safety From Refinery to Wingtip: What Really Goes Into Clean, Dry Fuel

Airport Business / November 2017 / Randy Harrison  - Nearly every FBO advertises it, but it is something the aviation community often takes for granted until there is an issue: clean, dry fuel. When fueling an aircraft, we expect the fuel to be nothing less than on specification — after all, for it to be anything but could be harmful to the aircraft, and the pilots and passengers inside. But what does it take to fuel safely with clean, dry product? And how do operations ensure it stays that way? At the end of the day, or the beginning of a trip, selecting an operation that provides quality fuel is more important than saving a few cents a gallon — what’s at stake is far more valuable.

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Fuel ... And So Much More

EVA International / Autumn 2017 - Fuel is a fundamental requirement, regardless of aircraft mission, origin or destination. Its provision involves a complex industry, branching out to include the obvious – pipelines, bowsers and brokers – and less so– loyalty programmes, trip support and training. 

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Fueling the Business

BART International / Nick Klenske / October 2017 - Like it or not, if we want to fly, we have to fill the tanks. For the business aircraft operator, this is not quite as simple as taxiing up to the pumps and handing over the Visa or Mastercard. Instead, you will quickly discover that how you refuel can save you (or cost you) hundreds of dollars – particularly if you are flying a large jet with tanks capable of taking 25,000 lbs of Jet-A in one session.

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. / November 1, 2017 / GENERAL AVIATION NEWS – Avfuel announces Glen Rutland of Shoreline Aviation Services—a corporate aircraft management and consulting company—as the lucky pilot who won a Rolex in the Avfuel booth at the 2017 National Business Aviation Association’s Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition held in Las Vegas this October.

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