Revamped jet fuel lab opens at Belgrade Airport

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The Serbian oil and gas company NIS has opened its modernised aviation fuel control laboratory at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Valued at over quarter of a million euros, the project involved the installation of new and advanced equipment for jet A fuel testing and quality control. "Through this lab modernisation project, we improved the process of controlling the quality of jet fuel produced in Serbia and ensured greater operational efficiency", the Director of the NIS Scientific and Technology Centre, Leonid Stulov, said. NIS currently supplies fuel to Air Serbia, Aeroflot, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines and Qatar Airways at Belgrade Airport. Earlier this month, the company inked an agreement to become Air France's fuel supplier in the Serbian capital.




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  1. Who is the other provider?

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    1. Other airlines don't require regular refueling.

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    2. Hahaha sure, by the way Wizz Air isn't on the list so what do they do? Refuel at other stations in stead at their home airport?

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  2. Who is Qeshim Air's supplier then?

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  3. Airport is the other fuel supplier.

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    1. And who supply fuel for Airport? :)

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  4. Yesterday I was flying on Swiss from BEG to ZRH and the same fuel truck was connected at the aircraft!?!

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  5. Fuel quality and contamination are important. If you don't think so, look up Cathay Pacific Flight 780.

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