Shell Aviation receives IATA's Strategic Partnership Award

Nov 19, 2014

Shell Aviation has received a 20-year Strategic Partner award from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for its significant contribution to the industry and strong cooperation with the member airlines of the Association since 1994.

Shell Aviation celebrates a decade of collaboration with Rotax

Jun 5, 2014

Global producer of fuels and lubricants Shell Aviation and leading manufacturer of ultralight and light sport aircraft engines BRP* are celebrating over a decade of collaboration as the BRP prepares to mark the 25th anniversary of its renowned Rotax 912 engine family. The product has dominated the light sport and ultralight aircraft industry in the last two decades and is currently using AeroShell Oil Sport Plus 4 (ASO Sport Plus 4), Shell’s latest aviation oil for light sport four stroke engines, as its factory fill.

Shell extends its global refuelling network into Seletar Airport in Singapore

May 5, 2014

Shell Aviation (Shell) today celebrated the official launch of its refuelling operations and fuel storage management at Seletar Airport, located in the north-eastern part of Singapore. With this appointment, Shell offers an end-to-end integrated refuelling service to Seletar Airport. Shell now provides fuel at both of Singapore’s civilian airports: Seletar Airport and the Singapore Changi International Airport, the world’s fifth busiest international airport.

Shell Aviation launches its airport program called ACE, Aviation Centre of Excellence

Apr 4, 2014

Today, Shell formally launches its program Aviation Centre of Excellence (ACE), a proposition dedicated for fixed-base operators (FBOs) and small and medium size airports. The ACE program from Shell is designed to meet customer needs whether it is safe and effective operations, marketing support for growth, supply security, modern up-to-date equipment, or a partner that is easy to do business with.

Three Decades of Excitement. The AeroShell Aerobatics Team Turns 30.

Mar 18, 2014

In 1985, Alan Henley and Steve Gustafson were at an airshow in Lake Providence, LA. They were discussing how Steve's father Merle, who had recently passed away had done a two-ship formation routine with another pilot in airshows. Steve and Alan decided to practise and try a few maneuvers themselves, and performed their first routine later that weekend in the show. Later that year, another pilot named Ben Cunningham joined the two in Pine Bluff, AR, and the group became "The North American Team".