Aviation Fuel Announcements

Newly added UVair fuel locations

Updated 12 January 2017

Africa/Middle East

(FDSK) Sikhupe
(FDMS) Manzini
(FVCZ) Chiredzi
(FVKB) Kariba
(FVTL) Gweru

Asia/Pacific/Australia

(VGSY) Sylhet

Low/No aviation fuel announcements

Updated 12 January 2017

Africa/Middle East

(DNAA) Abuja – Fuel remains critical as stocks are still low. SO Aviation stated fuel that has already been confirmed via email will be fulfilled. If you require fuel over the next few days, request fuel 48 hours in advance with required fuel gallons. Each fuel request will be reviewed on a daily basis, so please ensure you have a fuel confirmation.

(DNMM) Lagos – Fuel remains critical as stocks are still low. SO Aviation stated fuel that has already been confirmed via email will be fulfilled. If you require fuel over the next few days, request fuel 48 hours in advance with required fuel gallons. Each fuel request will be reviewed on a daily basis, so please ensure you have a fuel confirmation.

(DNPO) Port Harcourt – Fuel stocks remains normal. When fuel is required, request fuel 48 hours in advance with required fuel gallons. Each fuel request will be reviewed on a daily basis, so please ensure you have a fuel confirmation.

(FACT) Cape Town – UVair suppliers Air BP via Signature GA / COMM and Execujet Aviation have both reported supply disruptions within their region due to major fuel crisis. Both supplier have contingencies in place; however, if fuel is required supply fuel volumes and 48 hour prior notice. Fuel is not confirmed without a written or verbal confirmation from either supplier.

(GATB) Tombouctou – Fuel shortages reported at Tombouctou airport until Jan 25 2017, UVair supplier has confirm fuel shortages will not impact supply.

Asia/Pacific/Australia

(UMMM) Minsk – UVair supplier ACC and into plane fuel agent Belavia have reported this airport has been CLOSED by the Government.

(YMHB) Hobart – UVair supplier ExxonMobil via Into Plane agent Air BP has reported NO FUEL due to a supply disruption from 08 to 18 December. Please advise operators to tanker in or divert to an alternate location.

Europe/Eastern Europe

(EKCH) Copenhagen – A copy of AOC MUST accompany fuel release or expect an MOT charge of approximately $1.71 USD to be charged. Next destination must be shown on the fuel release or expect delays.

(LGKL) Kalamata – Airport closed for the winter Nov 1-Mar 31. Fuel can only be arranged with a minimum 48 hours’ advance notice during winter period. During summer operations, Apr-Oct, airport fueling hours are 0800-2200, and fuel can be arranged with a minimum 24 hours’ notice.

(LGKP) Karpathos – Airport is closed, fuel is not available during the winter months Nov 1-Mar 31. Airport re-opens for the summer from Apr-Oct and fuel is available with a minimum 48 hours advance notice.

(LGRX) Patras – Airport closed for the winter Nov 1-Mar 31. Fuel can only be arranged with a minimum 48 hours’ advance notice during winter period. During summer operations, Apr-Oct, airport fueling hours are 0800-2200, and fuel can be arranged with a minimum 24 hours’ notice.

(LIBC) Crotone – UVair supplier Air BP has exited. Airport is closed to all traffic until 29 Jan, 2017. The UVair supply team is currently looking for alternate supply at this location.

(LYBE) Belgrade – Fuel shortages reported at Nikola Tesla airport through January 31. UVair supplier has confirmed fuel shortages will not impact supply.

North America

UVair supplier ASA has reported fuel restrictions are in effect for the below airports. Operators are advised, to not stop at the below airports. ASA has highly recommended that operators tanker in with maximum fuel or divert until the fuel restriction has lifted.

Fuel outage dates extended — (MMML) Mexicali – Fuel restriction until January 11
Fuel outage dates extended — (MMCS) Ciudad Juarez – Fuel restriction until January 13
Fuel outage dates extended — (MMTJ) Tijuana – Fuel restriction until January 12

(MEXICO – ALL) – UVair supplier ASA’s main office is closed on weekends and holidays. While UVair cardholders are able to fuel upon presentation of their UVair fuel card; operators holding no UVair card will ONLY be able to pay for fuel by cash or credit card unless arrangements were made in advance, during ASA’s business hours.

South & Central America/Caribbean

PDVSA PETROLEO will no longer allow resellers (UVair) to arrange fuel in Venezuela if our client has a direct account with PDVSA PETROLEO. If operators have a direct agreement in place, fuel will need to be arranged with PDVSA PETROLEO directly. If there is no direct agreement with PDVSA PETROLEO, UVair will proceed with the fuel release as instructed.

Please note the UVair fuel card is no longer accepted on demand at any of the airports listed below. Fuel must be pre-arranged with two business days’ notice. The following locations are impacted:

SVAC, SVBC, SVBI, SVBM, SVCB, SVCS, SVCU, SVJC, SVMC, SVMG, SVMI, SVMT, SVPA, SVPR, SVSA, SVVA, SVVG, and SVVP.