A hat trick of new European airports for Q8Aviation
Q8Aviation has added three new airports to its rapidly expanding portfolio of airports in Europe and secured its first customer at each one.
In Germany, Berlin-Schönefeld, becomes the seventh German airport to be served by Q8Aviation. Fuel is supplied from Q8Aviation’s import facilities at Rotterdam Port via pipeline and train.
Aberdeen is now Q8Aviation’s third airport in Scotland, joining Glasgow and Edinburgh, and Belfast International Airport marks Q8Aviation’s first presence in Northern Ireland Q8Aviation has a substantial presence across Europe, serving more than 40 airports, and it continues to consolidate its position as Europe’s largest importer of jet fuel.
Duncan Storey, Senior Account Manager at Q8Aviation, says: “These three airports had been identified as ones that we wished to add to our European network. We are delighted to have won substantial contracts at this early stage and look forward to strengthening our position at each airport over time.”