SOCAR AVIATION Bodrum Air Supply Facility Started

socar aviation basement air supply facility started operation
socar aviation basement air supply facility started operation

SOCAR AVIATION, one of the three largest companies that meet the fuel needs of the Turkish aviation industry, launched its own supply facility at Milas-Bodrum Airport. It is planned to provide fuel to three thousand aircraft annually through the facility.

SOCAR AVIATION will supply fuel at Milas-Bodrum Airport from its own refueling facilities.

SOCAR AVIATION, one of the three largest companies that meet the fuel needs of the Turkish aviation industry, launched its own supply facility at Milas-Bodrum Airport. It is planned to provide fuel to three thousand aircraft annually through the facility.

SOCAR AVIATION, the brand of SOCAR Turkey, Turkey's largest foreign direct investor, growing together with the Turkish aviation industry, will now supply fuel at Milas-Bodrum Airport in Muğla from its own facilities. SOCAR Turkey awarded the tender opened by the State Airports Authority (DHMI) with the brand SOCAR AVIATION. kazanMilas-Bodrum Supply Facilities, which was put into operation after

FUEL WILL BE SUPPLYED TO 3 THOUSAND AIRCRAFT PER YEAR

with facilities in the Milas-Bodrum SOCAR Turkey, it has been put into operation its first airlift facility. There are three jet fuel tanks with a capacity of 1.500 cubic meters in Milas-Bodrum Supply Facilities, whose Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK) license was obtained after SOCAR AVIATION's modification and licensing procedures. Established on a total area of ​​4.105 square meters, the facilities have an annual fuel capacity of 70 thousand cubic meters with their current infrastructure. This capacity corresponds to 50 percent of the total consumption of the airport. In this context, it is envisaged to refuel three thousand planes annually.

THERE IS ADNAN MENDERES AIRPORT

SOCAR AVIATION is the jet fuel supplier of many airports in aviation activities that it started in 2013. Now it meets the fuel needs of Istanbul, Sabiha Gökçen, Adnan Menderes, Antalya and Dalaman airports, as well as Milas-Bodrum, where it supplies fuel from its own facility. Continuing its investments in the field of refueling, SOCAR AVIATION aims to commission the Izmir Air Supply Facilities in the coming period. SOCAR Turkey thanks to its integrated structure covering all links of the energy chain, which has the advantage of STAR refinery jet fuel production capacity AVIATION SOCAR, the Turkish aviation sector continues to work to serve in the best way.

Hibya News Agency

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