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Every day at around 800 airports in about 40 countries, Shell Aviation provides fuel for almost 7,000 aircrafts, refueling a plane every 12 seconds.
From the private pilot to the largest global airlines, Shell Aviation earns the loyalty of its customers by creating value through the safe and timely supply of high quality aviation fuels and a comprehensive range of high performance aviation lubricants and fluids.
Shell Aviation. Then. Now. Always.
Working alongside customers and partners is at the core of what we do.
We have been partnering with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and customers for over 100 years, to deliver solutions and enable the technological advances to power progress together.
Our name is well known in aviation circles for a good reason: Shell has been a trusted partner from the earliest years of powered flight.
Since the pioneers of aviation took to the air under power, there has been no let-up in the pace of innovation.
Shell Aviation has been a leader throughout, supporting our customers as they pursue their passion for aviation and strive to perform in a changing world.
Enabling the Future
Technological advances underpin aviation’s successes and Shell is a leader in aviation fuel, lubricant and fluid technologies.
In the world-class Shell technology centre, scientists and engineers, long-serving industry experts and recent graduates alike, work tirelessly to deliver the next innovations.
Partnership is at the heart of how Shell Aviation develops solutions to help answer the needs of our customers.
We work with customers, equipment manufacturers, research facilities and industry bodies to optimise products for current and future generations of aircraft, engines and systems.
Leading the Way
Shell is committed to delivering quality products, reliability and increased sustainability in aviation by supplying industry-leading fuels, lubricants and fluids that are approved to international standards and help to improve performance, increase efficiency and reduce cost-of-ownership, wherever and whenever our customers need them.
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Every day at over 800 airports in around 40 countries, Shell Aviation provides fuel for almost 7,000 air crafts, refueling a plane every 12 seconds. Shell Aviation’s customers range from the private pilot to the largest global airlines.
Shell Aviation fuel is supplied at over 800 airports in around 40 countries.
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NEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS
Today, Shell Aviation has announced the extension of its refuelling network in Germany as the exclusive supplier at Saarbrücken Airport (SCN). The airport is located about 16 kilometres outside Saarbrücken, the state capital of Saarland in the South West of Germany, bordering Luxembourg and France. A dynamic regional connection point, it serves a number of scheduled and charter flights, connecting business hubs and holiday destinations. Shell will provide Jet A1 and Avgas 100LL and implement its Aviation Centre of Excellence (ACE) programme at the airport, where passenger numbers are expected to increase by 20% in 2015.
Shell was voted the ‘Best Aviation Fuels and Lubricant Brand’ by the readers of aviation magazine, Aerokurier. In their survey, Shell Aviation came out as the top brand in the ‘aviation fuels and lubricants’ category with 45.7% of the votes. One of Germany’s bestselling aviation magazines, Aerokurier, conducts the ‘Best Brand Awards’ via an online poll and voting by postcards among its readers, 75% of whom are pilots.
Shell Aviation introduces the new AeroShell Oil Sport Plus 4, developed in collaboration with BRP-Rotax
Shell Aviation has introduced the new AeroShell Oil Sport Plus 4, the second generation of its piston engine oil, specifically designed for light sport and very light/ultralight aircraft 4-stroke engines.
Shell Aviation announced that it has expanded its Technical Services Agreements (TSA) portfolio, achieving a 19% growth on the total number of its customers in 2014*.
Shell Aviation started operations at Lille Airport, France, strengthening its European network with its appointment as the airport’s sole fuel operator.