Leading global supplier of jet fuels and avgas to airports and airlines, as well as private customers such flying clubs and corporate jet operators.
Shell Aviation supplies fuel at about 900 airport locations, operating in over 60 countries (refuelling and lubricants presence), refuelling an aircraft on average every 14 seconds.
Every day, we supply 72 million litres of fuel on average.
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.
Best-selling Piston Engine Oils and high performance Turbine Oils, Greases and fluids.
High quality jet fuel, industry-leading operational standards and a professional operations team: we know what you expect from your jet fuel supplier.
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About Shell Aviation
We produce, distribute and sell high quality aviation fuels and lubricants globally.
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Carbon management solutions
Shell Aviation advocate a three-tiered carbon-management approach to carbon emission reduction: Avoid, Reduce, Off Set.
Latest News and Highlights
For many years, airlines have attempted to break the barriers of non-stop routes, connecting the world's most distant cities with ultra-long-haul flights.
Anna Mascolo has been appointed Vice President of Shell’s Aviation business, taking over from Anne Anderson who is moving to a senior leadership role in Shell’s Chemicals business.
The move will strengthen Shell’s Nordic aviation fuel supply network making it one of the most extensive networks across the region
Shell, World Energy, SkyNRG, KLM, SAS And Finnair Join Forces To Reduce Carbon Emissions At San Francisco Airport
Shell, World Energy and SkyNRG have initiated the supply of sustainable aviation fuel to three major airlines at San Francisco airport following the strategic collaboration announced in May which involved fuel suppliers, airlines, and airport agencies.