Indian Oil Corporation, country’s largest fuel retailer refuelled the first flight of Scoot Airlines – Singapore Airlines low- cost long-haul airline – from India recently. Scoot Airlines started its world-wide operations in 2012.
The airline launched its inaugural flight at Amritsar Airport on 24 th May 2016. The inaugural flight of Scoot – a Boeing 787 Dreamliner was refuelled by the team of IndianOil Amritsar Aviation Fuel Station led by Mr. P.C. Gautam, Chief Airport Terminal Manager (Ch. APTM).
The business has been gained in a highly competitive scenario with the services standards and world-class facilities of Indian Oil Corporation swinging the collaboration in its favour.
IndianOil Aviation now has the privilege to serve Air India group, Jet Airways, Scoot Airlines, Malindo Airlines, Turkmenistan Airways and Uzbekistan Airways at Amritsar airport.
IndianOil Aviation is known for meeting the quality standards and the customer’s requirement of efficient service. In November 2015 IndianOil Aviation completed 50 successful years as market leader. The IndianOil team spread across 101 aviation fuel stations serves over 150 airlines today, refuelling over 1,600 flights a day that is one aircraft every minute.
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