London Oxford Airport accepts Air BP Sterling Card
In line with the high value OMEGA product, Air BP will now offer continual training along with technical advice and specific guidance tailored to the airport’s requirements. The airport has been using Air BP fuels since October 2012 and began to utilise the tailored support and training programme in November 2012 to enhance its fuel handling standards.
OMEGA, which stands for Operations Manual for External General Aviation, has been designed by Air BP to ensure that customers like airport operators and refuelling contractors can achieve high levels of operating standards when handling fuel. The programme highlights operational best practice from the moment fuel arrives at the airport and advises on safe storage and quality testing through advanced check lists. In addition it makes recommendations about how to move fuel around the airport and provides instruction for the safe filling of aircraft tanks. Air BP is using its own in-house training team to deliver the bespoke training to London Oxford’s operational team.
The addition of the Air BP Sterling Card to the range of accepted payment options at Oxford brings benefits to an even broader base of business aircraft operators around the world with favourable credit terms for users.
For further information contact:
London Oxford Airport Operations
Air BP is one of the world's largest suppliers of both aviation fuels (Jet kerosene and aviation gasoline) and lubricants (for both turbine and piston-engined aircraft) and currently supplies over 7 billion gallons of aviation fuels and lubricants to its customers across the globe each year.
The company operates at over 600 global locations in over 45 countries serving customers from the private pilot to some of the world’s largest airlines.
London Oxford Airport is wholly owned by the Reuben Brothers. Their investment activities include private equity, real estate ownership and development, which are predominantly based in the United Kingdom and Europe. Businesses include shopping centres, mixed use commercial real estate, data centres, race courses, public houses, hotels and other development projects. In February 2012 the Reubens purchased the London Heliport at London Battersea, the UK’s only CAA licensed heliport. The Heliport is a 22-minute helicopter ride from London Oxford Airport.