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Alshams Energy named as fuel provider at Saudi International Airshow

Posted 29 September 2020 · Add Comment

Saudi International Airshow has renewed its partnership with Alshams Energy as the Exclusive Fuel Provider.


Alshams Energy named as fuel provider at Saudi International Airshow.  Image: Alshams Energy.

Alshams is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Joint Inspection Group (JIG) which represents the global aviation fuel industry, and is certified by GACA, the General Authority of Civil Aviation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.


Alshams will have a fleet of fuelling vehicles and a dedicated staff on site in support of the show.


With more than 100 aircraft ranging in size from single engine to commercial expected for the 2021 event, the fuel demand will be high. Saudi International Airshow selected Alshams services once again due to the professionalism demonstrated at the first edition of Saudi Airshow in 2019 when more than 75 aircraft representing the full spectrum of aviation attended, including the world’s largest commercial airliner, the Airbus A380.

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