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Menzies Aviation awarded Shell Aviation fuelling contract

Posted 24 January 2022 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation announced today that following a competitive selection process it has renewed a contract for the provision of into-plane fuelling operations for Shell Aviation across its entire UK fuelling network, spanning seven airports.

Image courtesy Menzies Aviation
 
The contract will see Menzies maintain its existing relationship with Shell Aviation at locations including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Birmingham, London Luton, Manchester, and London Stansted airports. The contract has also been extended to include Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
 
Morven McCrindle, Executive Vice President – Fuels, Menzies Aviation, said: “We have a long-standing relationship with Shell Aviation in the UK and have increasingly grown our fuels service provision for them, taking our partnership from strength to strength.

"This latest award sees a further expansion of our fuels business and we are delighted to continue working with Shell as we look to grow our fuels portfolio globally.”
 
Christos Papastergiou – Regional Operations Manager, Shell Aviation said: “Menzies have a strong track record as a safe and efficient operator. We value their approach to continuous improvement and Menzies continually seek new solutions for Shell and our customers. We’re pleased to extend this long-term partnership.”
 

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