The contract was awarded to Skytanking Munich after an extensive international public tender process, which evaluated the bidders' technical competencies, HSSE standards and economic capabilities.
Skytanking Munich has been successfully operating the fuel facilities at Munich Airport since 1999 and also holds one of the two licences to provide into-plane fuelling services at the airport. This contract renewal is one more step towards the company’s goal of becoming the preferred aviation fuel handling partner for oil companies, airlines and airports that are looking for a specialized service provider in this industry.
Munich International Airport is Germany's second busiest airport and the seventh busiest in Europe in terms of passenger numbers. The fuel system managed by Skytanking is supplied via rail and pipeline and comprises 45,300 cbm of Jet A-1 storage and 17,300 metres of underground pipeline connecting the storage to more than 500 apron hydrant pits.