Avgas 100 LL fuel at the Olsztyn-Mazury Airport Airport in Szymany opens for private and business aviation
OREANDA-NEWS. September 06, 2016. From the end of August 2016, the Avgas 100 LL fuel is available for general aviation users at the airport in Szymany. The Olsztyn-Mazury Airport has now two types of fuel on offer Jet-A1 and aviation gasoline called Avgas.
Fuel supply and aircraft refuelling services at the Olsztyn-Mazury Airport are provided by LOTOS-Air BP Polska, whose qualified personnel and advanced technical solutions ensure that customers are offered support and access to the highest quality fuels: Jet A-1 and Avgas. All this to make sure that passengers enjoy safe and undisrupted flights, in compliance with the highest global operational safety and fuel quality standards, as confirmed by audits of the Joint Inspection Group (JIG).
What is the difference between Jet A-1 and Avgas fuels? Jet A-1 is the most common fuel used by large, commercial aircraft with gas turbine (turboprop or turbojet) engines. Avgas, by contrast, is used to fuel smaller planes powered by piston engines.
Payments are settled by credit cards: VISA, VISA Electron, MasterCard, MasterCard Electronic, Maestro, American Express, Diners Club, JCB, as well as Air BP Sterling Cards.
The Olsztyn-Mazury Airport, located 55 km east of Olsztyn, handles air traffic in the Warmia and Masuria, Podlasie and Mazovia regions. Modernised and extended in 2015, it was officially opened for passenger traffic in January 2016. By the month, Poland, including the Masuria region, is becoming an increasingly popular destination for foreign tourists and businessmen.
The Olsztyn-Mazury Airport has a 2.5 km-long runway with full navigation infrastructure (it is equipped with the ILS/DME systems for landing in low visibility), which enables handling of scheduled, charter and general aviation flights. The new Avgas tank has a capacity of 20,000 litres.
LOTOS-Air BP Polska is a joint venture owned by Grupa LOTOS, Poland’s leading producer of the JET A-1 aviation fuel, and Air BP, one of the largest global suppliers of aviation fuels in over 700 locations around the world. LOTOS-Air BP Polska ranks among Poland’s key suppliers of aviation fuel. Within three years, the company has tripled the number of its commercial airline customers, who purchase aviation fuel on a regular basis. In 2015, in all its airports LOTOS-Air BP Polska provided fuel ‘at the wing tip’ to several hundred customers, including some 40 commercial airlines. The aviation fuel sold by LOTOS-Air BP is fed to aeroplanes at five Polish airports: the Lech Wa??sa Airport in Gda?sk, the Frederic Chopin Airport in Warsaw, the International Katowice Airport in Pyrzowice, the Lublin Airport, and the Regional Olsztyn-Mazury Airport in Szymany.