ExecuJet breaks records of fuel sales in Germany

Terry Spruce

ExecuJet fuel truckExecuJet Europe is
celebrating after selling 440,000 litres of fuel at the company’s fixed-based
operation (FBO) at Berlin-Schönefeld
Airport, breaking the
company’s previous record for this location.

Nicole Gut, director European FBOs, says: “We’ve had a very successful month of
July at our Berlin FBO, with record fuel uplift. ExecuJet is the only FBO
operator based on the general aviation ramp with its own fuel trucks, which
affords valuable time-saving benefits to customers. Despite the delayed opening
of Berlin Brandenburg International
Airport, we are fully
operational and experiencing high levels of air traffic.”

ExecuJet is the only full-service FBO at Berlin-Schönefeld
Airport, which will become part of Berlin Brandenburg
International Airport
when the facility is scheduled to open in March 2013.

ExecuJet has also enjoyed a record month at the company’s FBO at Frankfurt am
Main International Airport with a total fuel uplift of almost 150,000 litres
last month – breaking June’s sales of 125,000 litres of fuel.

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