Air bp commences aviation fuel venture in Iraq

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Air bp has launched an aircraft fuelling joint venture at Baghdad International Airport.

The joint venture company, United Iraqi Company for Airports and Ground Handling Services Limited, operating under the name MASIL, was awarded an operating licence for aircraft refuelling, ground handling and cargo services.

The joint venture aims to provide a range of services with a remit to bring world class standards and global industry expertise to further improve the customer experience, safety and operational standards at the airport. Air bp is providing assurance on all aspects of fuel supply and aircraft refuelling operations.

Duce Gotora, Vice President of Strategy and Sustainability at Air bp said: “Air bp is delighted to be commencing its new joint venture. We see a strong future for aviation in Iraq and are excited to be involved in this market and contribute to its future development and success. Fuel supply is a vital component of the airport operation that will add value to airline operators. Over time, Air bp and its partners aim to build a strong and sustainable business in Iraq, drawing upon the global expertise of the partners combined with the local skills of Iraqis.”


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