“We are very honoured by this recognition. Shell Aviation has offered high quality products and services for generations. We share our customers’ passion for flight and continue to build on our strong legacy. Our number one aim is to continuously enhance our contribution to this industry whether through product innovation or our collaborations for increased safety and efficiency” said Anne Anderson, Vice-President Shell Aviation.

“The brand preference for our fuels and AeroShell lubricants results from decades of expertise and innovation. This award shows that our efforts resonate with aviation enthusiasts and we are very proud of this vote of confidence in Shell Aviation” she added.

The awards were presented in eight categories, including best airplane, helicopter and jet brands. The selection criterion is based on the overall perception of the companies and how highly the readers rate each brand. This year’s winners received their awards at a ceremony at the AERO Air Show in Friedrichshafen, Germany on 15th April. Anns Kahlon, EMEA Regional Sales Manager for Lubricants, accepted the award on behalf of Shell Aviation.


Notes to editors

About Shell Aviation

  • Shell Aviation is a leading global supplier of aviation fuels and lubricants with a heritage of over 100 years. We supply fuel at around 800 airports in approximately 40 countries. We refuel an aircraft every12 seconds.
  • Our customers comprise a gamut of airports and airlines plus private customers, such as corporate jet operators and flying clubs. We produce fuels and lubricants (in a range of grades); market, sell and distribute them; and offer further services that help our customers operate as efficiently as possible.
  • Shell Aviation has recently launched its new lubricants brand campaign “Fly Above the Rest” for its AeroShell Piston Engine Oils, the world’s best-selling piston-engine-oil brand.
  • Shell Aviation also contributes its expertise to industry bodies, which set safety and operational standards, including the Joint Inspection Group (JIG), Product Quality Committee and the Energy Institute.



  • Idil Peker, Global External Communications Adviser, Shell Aviation

    E-mail: idil.peker@shell.com

    Tel: +44 2079 341696

  • Shelly Linkerhof, Global Brand and Communications Manager, Shell Aviation

    E-mail: shelly.linkerhof@shell.com

    Tel: +31 6520 97135


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