Monday, November 09, 2020

Indian Oil commissions 120th Aviation Fuel Station at Darbhanga

Kolkata: In a quest to unite the Indian skies, Indian Oil has commissioned its 120th Aviation Fuel Station at Darbhanga, Bihar. 
The inaugural refuelling was done for a SpiceJet flight to Delhi, thus marking the commencement of flight operations at the Airport. Indian Oil was selected for developing fuel farm facility at this airport under the Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) by Ministry of Civil Aviation in the year 2018. 
 Indian Oil Aviation set up on- wheel Aviation Fuel Station (AFS) facilities on war footing to make the airport operational with permanent facilities scheduled to be commissioned by the end of the calendar year. 
 The Corporation has positioned three refuellers at the airport to cater to the three daily flights scheduled currently. The passenger airport is operated by Airports Authority of India (AAI) and located at the outskirts of Darbhanga city in Central Bihar. 
 The commissioning of the Indian Oil AFS at Darbhanga is expected to boost air connectivity in the eastern part of the country. Indian Oil Aviation Service is a leading aviation fuel solution provider in India and the mostpreferred supplier of jet fuel to major international and domestic airlines. 
 Between one sunrise and the next, Indian Oil Aviation Service refuels over 2000 flights, that is more than one aircraft per minute, from the bustling metros to the remote airports linking the vast Indian landscape, from the icy heights of Leh (the highest airport in the world at 10,682 ft) to the distant islands of Andaman & Nicobar. 
 09/11/20 UNI
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