From the end of August 2016, the Avgas 100 LL fuel is available for general aviation users at the airport in Szymany. The Olsztyn-Mazury Airport has now two types of fuel on offer − Jet-A1 and aviation gasoline called Avgas.
Since April, LOTOS-Air BP Polska has supplied aviation fuel to Emirates Airline. The agreement provides for the supply of Jet-A1 aviation fuel at Warsaw Chopin Airport.
LOTOS-Air BP Polska and the Olsztyn Mazury Regional Airport in Szymany signed an agreement for the supply of aviation fuels. The Gdańsk-based fuel company, currently offering aircraft refuelling services in Warsaw, Gdańsk, Katowice and Lublin, now expands its presence to Szymany.
LOTOS - Air BP Polska adds four Polish airports, Warsaw (WAW), Gdańsk (GDN), Katowice (KTW) and Lublin (LUZ), to the worldwide network of more than 700 airports in 50 countries where the Sterling Card is accepted.
From September, WizzAir will increase the number of routes and open a base at the Lublin airport. The growth of the Hungarian carrier’s operations will result in an increase in passenger volumes and more frequent aviation fuel deliveries by LOTOS - Air BP Polska.
In early July 2014, first Ryanair's planes took off from Kraków and Wrocław to Gdańsk. The launch of the new holiday routes is a prelude of the Irish airline's expansion on the Polish market of passenger flights. As a next step, the company plans to open a new operational base at the Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport. The airline's development will benefit not only passengers, the city of Gdańsk and its airport, but also LOTOS − Air BP Polska, which supplies fuel to this largest private air carrier in Poland.
Katowice Pyrzowice International Airport has welcomed LOTOS - Air BP Polska as a supplier of aviation fuels ‘at the wing-tip’. Diversification of fuel suppliers is another step on the path to demonopolising the Polish aviation fuels market. A similar process took place amongst the air carriers a decade earlier, which brought a variety of benefits to passengers.
On November 25th 2013, the LOTOS Group and BP Europe executed an agreement on commencement of operations by LOTOS – Air BP Polska. The new company's development prospects are bolstered by the growing consumption of aviation fuels in Poland.
On October 14th 2013 (Monday), the European Commission approved the joint-venture agreement between Grupa LOTOS and BP Europa. The new company deals with the supply, logistics, and sales of aviation fuel in Poland.
Today Air BP, the aviation fuel services division of BP, has signed an agreement with Grupa Lotos to form a new joint venture tomanage the supply, logistics and marketing of aviation fuel in Poland.
LOTOS Tank, a company of the LOTOS Group, has launched direct sale of aviation fuel at the Warsaw Chopin Airport. In this way this largest airport in Poland has gained another alternative supplier of fuel, which has a positive effect on the security and efficiency of its operation.
LOTOS Tank, subsidiary of Grupa LOTOS S.A., fuelled its first aircraft at the Gdańsk airport. The airplane belongs to Norwegian Air Shuttle and routes between cities of Oslo and Gdańsk.