There are approximately 4,900 airports in the world that operate scheduled flights. The provision of fuel for the 155,000 daily commercial jet fuellings at these airports forms a significant part of the downstream business for many oil companies. An aircraft is fuelled somewhere in the world every 1.8 seconds!
The Energy Institute (EI) has a long-standing reputation of working with international engineering stakeholders to develop resources and training to assist in the reliable and safe provision of jet fuel to commercial aircraft.
This two day technical training course delivers an essential guide to aviation fuel cleanliness monitoring and control. It provides critical information through practical and interactive instruction – based on the EI 1550 international standards handbook.
This 3-day training course will provide delegates with an overview of aviation jet fuel, focusing on the jet engine, its underlying principles and fuel requirements as well as the critical characteristics of jet fuel, including additives, Industry best practice adopted in the supply, handling and use of aviation fuel.
For more details on any of the training courses please contact Marjan Azodi in the EI training team on:
T: +44 (0)20 7467 7155