Shell Has Busy First Quarter

Aviation International News » June 2013
June 3, 2013, 4:25 AM

Fuel supplier Shell Aviation added a dozen newly branded FBOs to its distribution network during the first three months of this year. Among the roster additions are Crystal Air at Tennessee’s Cleveland Regional Jetport (RZR); Healdsburg Municipal Airport (HES) in California: Warren Field Airport (OCW) in North Carolina: Cape May County Airport (WWD) in Wildwood, N.J.; Leading Edge Aviation at Tampa Executive Airport (VDF) in Florida; Livingston Aviation at Waterloo Regional Airport (ALO) in Iowa; Poplar Bluff Municipal Airport (POF) in Missouri; Private Flight Maintenance at Sullivan County International Airport (MSV) in Monticello, N.Y.; Shelby County Airport (EET) in Alabaster, Ala.; Snohomish Flying Service at Harvey Field Airport (S43) in Snohomish, Wash.; Wisconsin’s Stevens Point Municipal Airport (STE); and Taylor County Airport (AAS) in Campbellsville, Ky.

Shell also announced last month that it has formed a refueling partnership with ExecuJet Middle East at Dubai International Airport, and will run the fuel operations at the service provider’s new FBO facility there.

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