Avfuel and Eurojet Aviation working together


The two companies are working closely together at Birmingham Airport on Eurojet Aviation’s newest planned FBO

Avfuel Corporation and Eurojet Aviation,
which recently announced that Avfuel would brand Eurojet Aviation, the locally
based FBO at the George Best Belfast
City Airport
are working closely together on fuel, sales and marketing for Eurojet’s newest
planned FBO location at Birmingham
Airport. The airport,
located to the north east of London, is expected
to play a key role in the support and service of business jets for the 2012
Olympics in London.

Eurojet’s new service centre and FBO at Birmingham airport is
slated to become operational by the first quarter of 2012. The complex will
include a maintenance facility; hangarage; a full service FBO with VIP
handling services; a commercial centre and aircraft sales suite.

“Avfuel is delighted to continue our
relationship with Eurojet as they prepare to open the Birmingham location, especially during such
an exciting time as the Olympics,” said Avfuel vice president of supply
and business development Owen Busch. “We’re thrilled to support Eurojet as
they continue to expand their general and business aviation portfolios and look
forward to the grand opening of the Birmingham

Eurojet managing director Graeme Campbell
said: “Our new service centre and FBO are designed to be world-class
facilities showcasing the very best in service and engineering excellence.
Also, Birmingham Airport’s
proximity to London and accessibility to local
transportation networks makes it ideal for clients with business interests
throughout the UK.”

He added: “We are committed to offering
the most comprehensive and highest quality service to clients – so an
affiliation with Avfuel was an easy choice to make. As a result, we now have a
greatly enhanced fuel supply offering, together with a range of new services
for clients. In this way, we ensure that clients coming to our new Birmingham facility can
expect to receive the very highest standards of service available in the
European marketplace.”