GoAir, India’s fastest growing airline, has signed an aviation fuel supply agreement with UAE’s Enoc Group.
Through the agreement, Enoc will provide Go Air with jet fuel supply at Dubai International Airport for their fleet of commercial airplanes, said a statement.
On this occasion, Harjinder Singh Bhasin, vice president - airports, GoAir, said: “We are extremely happy to partner with Enoc and I’m confident that this partnership will provide GoAir a larger footprint in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region by virtue of Enoc being the largest supplier.”
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, Enoc, said: said: “We have been fuelling the aviation industry’s growth locally in the UAE since 1995 and has always had a close association with Dubai Airports.”
“Today, and with Dubai’s strategic location and impressive airport connectivity, we hope to play a role in realizing the Emirate’s vision in becoming the Middle East aviation hub,” he said.
After a track-record of significant growth and success in the UAE, Enoc further expanded its network and currently covers more than 200 airports across 25 countries, supplying more than 3 million USGs of jet fuel to a diversified portfolio of carriers in the UAE and internationally, with more than 300 fuellings each day.
The group’s international aviation presence was established in 2002 and has since provided jet fuel to over 100 customers across airports in the Middle East, Africa, South East Asia and Europe.
“Our partnership with GoAir is one that we are proud of and are pleased to play a role to enable their operations in Dubai,” added Al Falasi.
The group’s aviation business provides a range of related commercial, technical and fuel management services that include jet fuel sales and marketing, aviation fuelling liability insurance, technical consultancy and support, providing quality control and operations manuals, inspection of facilities and staff training, it stated. – TradeArabia News Service