On December 6, 2007 JSC Gazpromneft-Aero was registered as the subsidiary enterprise of PJSC Gazprom Neft. Since January 2008, the enterprise has conducted aviation fuel supply activities in Russian and foreign airports.
The enterprise is the leading retailer of aviation fuel in Russia with its own chain of fuel-supply facilities.
- «Gazpromneft-Aero was the first among Russian jet fuel operators to change to automated commercial metering of jet fuel in fueling of aircrafts, which will make it possible to substantially reduce the time of flight servicing and to simplify settlements with airlines.
- Gazpromneft-Aero cooperated with IATA, to conduct the first-ever in Russia international conference on standardization of data exchange in the sector of aviation fuel supplies. The new electronic formats developed by the task force Fuel Data Standards Group (IATA FDSG*), which includes the largest global aviation fuel suppliers, will make it possible to significantly reduce labor expenses, accelerate document circulation by online-processing of aviation fuel operations.
- Gazpromneft-Aero and the Chinese national jet fuel supplier – China Aviation Oil Hong Kong Co. Ltd. (CAOHK) entered into a new agreement, which provides for fueling of airlines-partners of CAOHK in airports of presence of Gazpromneft-Aero jet fuel business.
- Gazprom Neft became the General Partner of the Aviation Fuel Forum organized by the IATA (International Air Transport Association), which was held in St. Petersburg (Russia), the first ever forum of this kind in this country. This event brought together a record number of participants, with over 650 delegates representing 61 countries taking part. A total of 57 major aviation companies and more than 100 suppliers of fuel and equipment for aircraft fueling were represented.
- Omsk Refueling Complex (Central) and Gazpromneft-Aero Sheremetyevo completed the inspection of their facilities by IATA International Association of Air Transport; the inspectors gave the FSF the highest “green” rating of aviation fuel quality.
- Gazpromneft-Aero Company and the leading jet fuel supplier in Turkey – SOCAR Turkey Petrol Enerji – entered into an agreement, which provides for fueling of airlines-partners of SOCAR Turkey Petrol Enerji in airports of presence of Gazpromneft-Aero.
- Gazpromneft-Aero was the first of the aviation fuel companies to equip some 300 vehicles, including 160 air field fuel servicing trucks, with a satellite automobile traffic monitoring system.
- Gazpromneft-Aero is the only Russian company to become a member of the international group for development and standardization of data exchange in aviation-fuel supply of the International Air Transport Association (IATA FDSG).
- Gazpromneft-Aero and one of the leaders in the sphere of jet fuel sales in India – Hindustan Petroleum – signed a new three-year agreement, which provides for fuelling of airlines-partners of Gazpromneft-Aero in airports of presence of Hindustan Petroleum. In accordance with the agreement, the company provides access to Gazpromneft-Aero to its network of 35 airports in the largest cities of India.
- The company acquired 100% of Chukotaerosbyt LLC. The enterprise fuels aircraft at three fuel servicing facilities (FSFs) in major airports of Chukotka Autonomous District in Anadyr, Pevek, and Keperveyem.
- A new fuel servicing facility was launched in Koltsovo International Airport in Yekaterinburg.
- A new two-year contract was entered into with the aircraft fueling division of ENOC (the Emirates National Oil Company) Marketing LLC. ENOC airline partners will fuel their regular flights in Russia’s international airports.
- The first audit conducted by representatives of St. Petersburg Branch of Lloyd’s Register in Europe, Middle East and Africa, a certification and inspection body, showed that the quality management system (QMS) of Gazpromneft-Aero complied with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 international standard.
- Gazpromneft-Aero received the annual certificate of strategic partnership with the IATA (International Air Transport Association).
- The first students majoring in “Aviation Fuel Supply for Aircraft and Air Operations” graduated from the Ulyanovsk School of Civil Aviation. Their program, first opened in 2012, is supported by Gazpromneft-Aero, the aircraft fuel operator of Gazprom Neft Company.
- The first deliveries of aviation fuel and “into the wing” fueling services began in the airports of Saransk and Kaluga.
- The Company confirmed its ISO 9001:2008 International Quality Certificate. The international audit showed that the company fully complied with the current ISO standard quality management system requirements. Quality control measures for the company’s F&Ls and services of providing aviation fuel were recognized as being superior.
- The company provided 1 million tons worth of fuel abroad. The anniversary fueling took place in Hanoi International Airport (Vietnam) in partnership with Petrolimex Company, the national supplier of aviation fuel. The fueled plane served a regular Aeroflot flight.
- A new agreement was signed with Ulyanovsk Higher Aviation School of Civil Aviation. The cooperation project will include creation of a comprehensive system of training and further employment of cadets who specialize in aviation fuel supplies for air transportation and other air operations.
- Ulyanovsk hosted the third annual “Best in Profession” Competition, organized by Gazpromneft-Aero. A total of 113 specialists took part in the competition. Winners were selected in three individual categories: Best Fueling Vehicle Driver, Best F&L Lab Manager, and Best Shift Manager. The best team also received an award.
- The 7th IATA International Training was held at the FSF of Gazpromneft-Aero in Tolmachevo Airport (Novosibirsk). The training was organized by IATA Fuel Quality Pool (IFQP). The training was attended by representatives of Flydubai, AirBaltic, Azerbaijan Hava Yollary, Yakutia, fuel supply specialists from Vnukovo Airport, Shell and AeroFuels, and AviaService.
- Five Gazpromneft-Aero fuel-supply facilities confirmed their Green status with IATA. International Air Transport Association (IATA) inspected the company’s fuel-servicing facilities at international airports in Sheremetyevo (Moscow), Omsk, Murmansk, Tomsk, and Manas (Bishkek), and confirmed their superb quality status.
- The first-ever Best Enterprise competition was held in the company this year. The victory went to the Migalovo Branch. Its representatives received the Challenge Cup of the competition. The Director of the Enterprise was awarded the honorary title “Best Manager of the Year.” The second and third places went to the Pskov and Koltsovo Branches. The teams were assessed according to 9 universal criteria.
- Gazpromneft-Aero company was recognized as the best supplier of aviation fuel for Aeroflot Group flights in Russia and abroad according to the results of 2013.
- In October, Gazpromneft-Aero joined with the IATA Fuel Quality Pool (IFQP) to hold a training session on aviation fuel supply to airports at its facilities in Tolmachevo International Airport FSF in Novosibirsk.
- In 2014, Gazpromneft-Aero started cooperating with leading air carriers from the Persian Gulf Region in airports of Moscow. These airlines included Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, and Flydubai.
- On August 13-14, Chelyabinsk hosted the 2nd Annual Gazpromneft-Aero Professional Skills Competition. A total of 111 employees reached the finals of the competition; more than 900 production specialists took part at the competition’s preliminary stage.
- Gazpromneft-Aero and Shell Aviation, a global leader in aviation fuel sales, signed an agreement to fuel Gazpromneft-Aero partner airlines in the Shell aviation fuel division’s airports of presence. In accordance with the contract, Shell Aviation opened access to its chain of airport complexes across the globe to Gazpromneft-Aero.
- Gazpromneft-Aero acquired 50% of Omsk (Central) Refueling Facility LLC from OJSC Omsk Airport. Top priority projects to improve the fuel servicing facility (FSF) infrastructure in Gazpromneft-Aero through 2017 include updating the FSF equipment and installing new equipment for checking fuel quality.
- The chain of Gazpromneft-Aero fueling stations in Italy became the company’s largest network abroad. In 2014, the company expanded its presence to 11 airports in major tourism and business centers of : Italy: Rome, Milan, Turin, Brescia, Rimini, Trieste, Lamezia, Venice, Catania, Reggio di Calabria и and Cagliari.
- CJSC Gazpromneft-Aero is the leader in aviation fuel servicing into the wing in the RF. The share on the market, with the Moscow Region is 24%. The company has delivered more than 1.9 mln tons of fuel “into the wing,” which exceeds the 2011 indicators by 22%.
- 11 new branches were opened at Air Force air fields. CJSC Gazpromneft-Aero is the only aviation fuel supplier at the RF Ministry of Defense 22 deport air fields.
- Export market sales geography is expanding – aircrafts servicing is carried out in 39 countries (89 cities).
- LLC Gazpromneft-Aero Kemerovo founded.
- Start of the fuel servicing operations in Sheremetyevo International Airport.
- Acquisition of 100% of shares in Enisey FSF LLC (joint-venture of LUKOIL-Aero).
- Settlement of the agreement with the Emirates Airlines to provide fuel to all their flights in Domodedovo.
- CJSC Gazpromneft-Aero is a general sponsor of IATF-2012 International Air Transport Forum.
- CJSC Gazpromneft-Aero is the leader in aviation fuel servicing into the wing in the RF. The group of companies has increased its share in the market up to 20%.
- CJSC Gazpromneft-Aero is the only aviation fuel supplier at the RF Ministry of Defense 11 base air fields. The total volume of the service fuel is 265 thous. tons.
- The export market sales geography is expanding: airplanes are refueled in 30 countries (49 cities).
- The company’s own training center was established to train civil aviation fuel-supply specialists.
- Fueling operations started in the Bishkek airport (Kyrgyzstan). A long-term aviation fuel supply contract was entered into with DLA (United States Department of Defense).
- An alternative FSF started at Ulyanovsk Airport.
- The RF’s first alternative FSF was commissioned at Sheremetyevo Airport.
- CJSC Gazpromneft-Aero was the official aviation fuel supplier for MAKS-2011.
- Aviation fuel supply to Orenburg Airlines (Tolmachevo Airport, Novosibirsk) was started;
- Cooperation agreements signed with RusLine Airlines, Taimyr Airlines;
- Start of aviation fuel supplies to Kyrgyzstan (Osh Airport).
- Cooperation agreements signed with Orenburg Airlines (Murmansk Airport); SkyLine (Tolmachevo Airport, Novosibirsk), Baltia AirLines, United Aviation Services (Pulkovo Airport, St. Petersburg), Airlines Insky (Tomsk Airport);
- A memorandum for cooperation in the territory of Turkey signed with Transaero, Siberia and Globus Airlines.
- A cooperation agreement signed with Petrol Ofisi A.S. (Turkey);
- Aviation fuel supply started to Mongolia, aviation fuel supplies increased to Afghanistan.
- Agreements entered into on international aviation fuel supply outside the RF with Russian air carriers: Aeroflot, VimAvia;
- Aviation fuel supply started to Russian airlines in Turkey (Antalya Airport);
- A cooperation agreement signed with World Fuel Services (United Kingdom);
- Cooperation agreements signed with airlines Volga-Dnepr (Vnukovo Airport, Moscow), iFly (Pulkovo Airport, St. Petersburg), Yamal (Tomsk Airport), Malev (Pulkovo Airport, St. Petersburg), RusAero, Shannon Air Link (Sheremetyevo Airport).
- Aviation fuel supply started to Russian airlines in Turkey (Dalaman Airport);
- Cooperation agreements signed with Region-Avia Airlines.
- “Into the wing” refueling started of VIM-AVIA Airlines at the Tolmachevo airport;
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Transaero Airlines at the Beijing airport.
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Saravia Airlines at the Vnukovo Airport;
- “Into the wing” refueling started of S7 at the Surgut airport;
- “Into the wing” refueling started of UTair-Express at the Murmansk Airport;
- International IATA training workshops held;
- At the Gazpromneft-Aero Murmansk LLC a voluntary audit by IATA inspection was held, a positive conclusion with regard to refueling of foreign airlines was made.
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Orenburg Airlines at the Surgut Airport;
- An on-site meeting in St. Petersburg was held.
- An agreement was entered into with the direct aviation fuel supplier in India (Hindustan Petroleum);
- An agreement was entered into with the direct aviation fuel supplier in Brazil (Petrobras Distribuidora).
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Nordavia Airlines at the Rimini (Italy), Tromso (Norway), Istanbul (Turkey) airports;
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Transaero Airlines at the Goa (India), Bangkok (Thailand), Monastir (Tunisia) airports;
- An agreement was entered into with the direct aviation fuel supplier on Cyprus (Petrolina Holdings);
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Cargo Italia at the Krasnoyarsk Airport;
- “Into the wing” refueling started of VIM-AVIA Airlines at the Barcelona airport (Spain).
- Gazpromneft-Aero Ulyanovsk LLC established;
- “Into the wing” refueling started servicing of Transaero Airlines at the Paphos (Cyprus) and Singapore airports;
- The Company’s aviation fuel business development strategy approved up to 2020;
- TZK Severo-Zapad LLC acquired the territory of the base warehouse with total cost of 67 mln roubles.
- Contract entered into for aviation fuel supply to Gazpromavia Aviation Company;
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Nordavia Airlines at the Bergamo (Italy) and Helsinki (Finland) airports;
- An agreement was entered into with aviation broker Jet AeroFuels, NESTE OIL;
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Transaero Airlines at the Lyons (France) airport;
- “Into the wing” refueling started of Transaero Airlines at the Barcelona (Spain) airport;
- 1,000,000-th ton fueled “into the wing”;
- TZK Severo-Zapad LLC acquired the territory of the base warehouse;
- Profit of Gazpromneft-Aero Bryansk LLC based on the results of operation in 2010 covered the losses of 2009;
- The facilities of the alternative storage at the Sheremetyevo Airport, tank farm, AFP, fire pump station, treatment facilities building, water reserves storage tanks were built;
- A critical decision was made regarding handing over to Gazpromneft-Aero CJSC refueling at 12 air fields of the RF Ministry of Defense.
- “Into the wing” aviation refueling started of Transaero Airlines (at the Tolmachevo Airport, Novosibirsk).
- “Into the wing” aviation fuel refueling started of Transaero Airlines (Domodedovo Airport, Moscow);
- Refueling started at the Bryansk airport (Gazpromneft-Aero Bryansk LLC).
- LLC Gazpromneft-Aero Dushanbe subsidiary (Tajikistan) established.
- “Into the wing” aviation refueling started of UTair Airlines (at the Murmansk Airport).
- “Into the wing” aviation refueling started of VIMavia Airlines (at the Krasnoyarsk Airport).
- Gazpromneft-Aero Chita LLC subsidiary established;
- Aviation fuel supply to the Moskovia Airlines (Domodedovo Airport, Moscow) started.
- Aviation fuel supply to the AirBridgeCargo Airlines (Domodedovo Airport, Moscow) started;
- Organization and holding of the “Aviation fuel supply” training under the strategic partnership with the international IATA association (at Tolmachevo Airport premises, Novosibirsk).
- Participation in MAKS 2009 Air Show (Gazpromneft-Aero – the official fueling company of the aerobatic teams at the air show);
- A fuel-supply facility opened in Tomsk (Gazpromneft-Aero Tomsk LLC);
- A cooperation agreement signed with Air Total (France);
- Agreements entered into on international aviation fuel supply outside the RF with Russian air carriers: Transaero, Siberia, and Globus;
- “Into the wing” aviation refueling started of Volga-Dnepr airlines (at Tolmachevo Airport, Novosibirsk).
- Block of shares purchased in CJSC TZK Slavneft-Tunoshna CJSC;
- The first meeting of the management of the companies participating in the holding company Gazpromneft-Aero;
- Aviation fuel supply to the Tatarstan Airlines (Domodedovo Airport, Moscow) started;
- Aviation fuel supply started to Russian airlines in Tunisia (Habib Bourguiba International Airport, Monastir);
- A cooperation agreement signed with MISR Petroleum (Egypt).
- Aviation fuel supply started to the Russian airlines in Egypt (Hurghada Airport, Hurghada; Ras Nasrani, Sharm el-Sheikh) and Thailand (Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok);
- Export supplies started to Kazakhstan.
- Export supplies started to Tajikistan and Afghanistan.
- Refueling operation started of Gazpromneft-Aero Chita LLC;
- Export supplies to Ukraine started.
- The first aviation refueling made under a direct contract with the Siberia Airlines (S7) (Tolmachevo Airport, Novosibirsk).
- Block of shares purchased of CJSC SOVEX;
- Refueling operation started together with Lukoil-Aero LLC (Pulkovo Airport, St. Petersburg).
- Gazpromneft-Aero Murmansk LLC subsidiary established
- Gazpromneft-Aero Sheremetyevo LLC subsidiary established
- Gazpromneft-Aero Tomsk LLC subsidiary established;
- The “Strategic Partnership Agreement” signed with International Air Transport Association (IATA). Under cooperation with IATA, the annual program for technical training for the airports aviation fuel supply specialists was approved.
- Gazpromneft-Aero Bryansk LLC subsidiary established
- Gazpromneft-Aero Astana LLC subsidiary established;
- Aeroport servis CJSC was renamed Gazpromneft-Aero Novosibirsk CJSC;
- Refueling operations started at Sheremetyevo Airport (Moscow);
- Implementation started of the investment project for construction of the alternative fuel-supply facility at Sheremetyevo Airport.