ADNOC participates in Dubai Air Show 2009

ABU DHABI – ADNOC Distribution, the leading local company in marketing petroleum products is participating in the ongoing Dubai Air Show 2009.



By (WAM)

Published: Sun 15 Nov 2009, 5:16 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 8:24 AM

A wide range of major international companies in the aviation industry are participating in the show.

ADNOC Distribution is a strategic supplier of high quality aviation fuels and services. It supplies aviation fuels such as Jet A-1, JP-8, AVGAS 100LL and make sure that aviation fuels and services meet the international specifications and standards.

ADNOC Distribution is keen to participate in the exhibition, which is considered one the largest air shows in the world and reflects the growing importance of aviation industry, through a distinguish “chalet” which promotes their high-quality products as well as aviation services that provided to more than 50 global aviation companies from six-state – of –the art fueling centers across the UAE (Abu Dhabi International Airport, Al Bateen Airport, Al Ain International Airport, Sharjah International Airport, Al Fujairah International Airport & Ras Khaimah International Airport).

Additionally, ADNOC Distribution is the sole sponsor of the nine branded shuttle buses which will be transporting visitors from nine various locations in Dubai such as; Deira, Garhoud, Bur Dubai and Sheikh Zayed Road.

It is worth mentioning, that ADNOC Destitution has recently received an award from Presidency Airline for the high quality aviation services provided to them by the company. And this award sheds light on the professionalism and enhances its position and role in providing a high quality services. Moreover, to keep pace with the development witnessed by Abu Dhabi International Airport, ADNOC Distribution has updated its fleet of aviation services through the receipt of new equipments for fuel supply and tankers with different sizes to suit the continued development in the aircraft industry as well as the growing increase in the activity volume at the airport.


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