Saudi International Airshow announced the renewal of a partnership with Alshams Energy as the Exclusive Fuel Provider.
Alshams is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Joint Inspection Group (JIG) which represents the global aviation fuel industry, and is certified by GACA, the General Authority of Civil Aviation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Conforming to the highest international standards and certifications, Alshams will have a fleet of fueling vehicles and a dedicated staff on site in support of the show.
With more than 100 aircraft ranging in size from single engine to commercial expected for the 2021 event, the fuel demand will be high. Saudi International Airshow selected Alshams services once again due to the professionalism demonstrated at the first edition of Saudi Airshow in 2019 when more than 75 aircraft representing the full spectrum of aviation attended, including the world’s largest commercial airliner, the Airbus A380.
Alshams is a leader in aviation fueling operations ITP (In-to Plane) in Saudi Arabia and has operated in the Kingdom’s main airport since 1998. Alshams operations cover civilian and military aviation fueling. Its client base includes domestic airlines, such as Saudia Airlines, flynas and ALBAYRAQ, along with other major private aviation clients and private owners.
Alshams serves all international commercial airlines in Riyadh, Jeddah, and Medina. Alshams also is expanding strategically throughout the Arabian Gulf, Africa and other nearby major airports. Alshams pumps more than 250 million gallons of fuel per year in service of 60 airlines and clients. It operates a fleet of 87 fueling vehicles and employs more than 140 people.
Due to take place on 16th to 18th February 2021 in Riyadh, Saudi International Airshow is a business event and the only Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition of its kind in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, it welcomes exhibitors and delegates from across the world.
Saudi International Airshow hosts a range of business, general, commercial aviation and aerospace exhibitors on a 100,000 square meter area which accommodates more than 100 aircraft ranging in size from single-engine and executive jets to commercial wide-body aircraft. Two exhibition halls hosting more than 450 exhibitors and international pavilions will showcase a full range of aviation and aerospace services and products to some 45,000 trade attendees.