Our fuel powers everything from large commercial aircraft, including Boeings and Airbuses, to cargo planes. We even fuelled the United States Government's flagship aircraft Air Force One during the President’s tour of Africa.
The quality of our service has been recognised by our customers all over the world and we won a gold award at The International Business Awards for our entry into Paraguay's aviation fuel market.
And when it comes to our fuels, we can demonstrate traceability from refinery to airside delivery, to make sure no properties of our fuel have changed. We apply the Joint Inspection Group (JIG) standard as our operating manual, and we joined the IATA fuel group as a strategic partner.
Puma Aviation has built a reputation for being easy to do business with and launching ePuma into our aviation businesses in San Juan and Dar es Salam has helped us demonstrate this further. ePuma is part of a digital transformation of our business, delivering a new customer portal, new scheduling and tablet technology, as well as terminal automation.
We are also investing in physical infrastructure, building a new state-of-the-art aviation terminal at the new Rostov airport in Russia, to help cope with travellers to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The terminal has a 8,900m3 storage capacity and all the facilities required to refuel planes at the airport.