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SKYTANKING TAKES OVER OVENON POTAS’S ANTALYA OPERATIONS

In line with the tender held by the General Directorate of State Airports Authority on December 1, 2021, the rights to build and operate the fuel supply and storage facilities that Fraport TAV Antalya Yatırım Yapım ve İşletme AŞ will have within the new concession period within Antalya Airport will be transferred to Potas Akdeniz

PETROL OFİSİ AND SKYTANKING OVENON COOPERATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED FOR ANOTHER 5 YEARS

The cooperation between Skytanking Ovenon and Petrol Ofisi, which has been ongoing since 2018, has been extended for another 5 years. The operations carried out by Skytanking Ovenon together with Petrol Ofisi in 18 facilities in different corners of Turkey will continue for at least 5 more years. Petrol Ofisi and Skytanking Ovenon, which increased

SKYTANKING OVENON EXTENDS BUSINESS IN TURKEY

Skytanking Ovenon AS has successfully taken over the aviation fuelling operations of Petrol Ofisi Vitol in Turkey with effect from May 1, 2018. With this step, Skytanking is now offering into-plane fuelling and tank farm management services at 21 Turkish airports. Skytanking has doubled its manpower in Turkey by taking over 118 operators, mechanics and

Skytanking expertise sought at New Istanbul Int’l Airport

As an independent aviation fueling service company with international presence, Hamburg-based Skytanking Group has an Operations and Engineering Competency Center in Brussels. Skytanking expertise was called in Mid-October by New Istanbul International Airport to review the lay-out positios of 500+ fuel hydrant pits. It is weeks before apron concrete works are planned to start at

SKYTANKING EXPERTISE sought at New Istanbul Int’l AIRPORT

As an independent aviation fueling service company with international presence, Hamburg-based Skytanking Group has an Operations and Engineering Competency Center in Brussels. Skytanking expertise was called in Mid-October by New Istanbul International Airport to review the lay-out positios of 500+ fuel hydrant pits. It is weeks before apron concrete works are planned to start at