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The most professional Aviation Technical Support

Our Aviation Technical Support offers consulting and training services to Repsol customers, keeping their daily work in mind.

We offer advice for your business

The Aviation Technical Support Department has extensive experience, acquired through Repsol’s presence in the aviation sector over the years. We put this knowledge to the service of our customers when offering technical advice in airports and in airfields as well as on non-airport bases (temporary or permanent). 

In addition, we offer training to ensure fuel quality in all phases through its supply to the airplane as well as to ensure supply operations to aircraft are carried out in the safest possible way. 

The Aviation Technical Support Department makes quality, operational, and environmental visits to our client's facilities. In this manner, we collaborate closely with them so that facilities operate in accordance with sector standards and best practices and to ensure quality and safety in operations with aviation fuel.


Manual for operations and quality control for non-airport bases

These manuals have been produced by Repsol’s Aviation Technical Support Department for General Aviation customers. They provide a detailed overview of all procedures that must be followed at private use facilities: product reception procedures, maintenance of fuel stored in the tank as well as of supply and refueling equipment. 

These processes are explained in detail in these manuals. Repsol’s goal is to always ensure product quality, both in storage and in refueling, as well as safety during the different stages of fuel handling. 

The operations manual for non-airport bases are available for clients who meet certain criteria. If you are interested, contact Repsol Aviation through so that we may evaluate your request.

  • Chapter 1. Introduction. 
  • Chapter 2. Sampling and analysis. 
  • Chapter 3. Supply equipment. 
  • Chapter 4. Maintenance, testing, and records. Chapter 5. Product reception. 
  • Chapter 6. Product decanting after discharge. 
  • Chapter 7. Storage processes. 
  • Chapter 8. Aircraft supply operations. 
  • Chapter 9. Use of drums. 
  • Chapter 10. Campaign Operating Equipment. 
  • Chapter 11. Basic records.

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