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Fly, but fly safely

In the aviation market, the most difficult thing is standing out. This is where we come in. If you are one of our customers, you can enjoy specific training.

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In-person training

Our objective is to provide the training required to maintain fuel quality and so that fuel handling is safe for people, facilities, and the environment. 

Training is very important in the aviation sector. For this reason, we provide in-person training to people who work in private-use aviation fuel facilities, for those who are in charge of aviation at non-airport bases, mechanics, and pilots. 

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Online training

There are no more excuses for our customers’ personnel to not be trained in aviation fuel handling and supply procedures as well as in the fundamentals of quality, safety, and the environment in these operations.

Approximately 800 users have attended our online course over the three years it has been offered. The course is offered to our clients in Spanish and French; we are translating it to Portuguese.

The Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA), the National Institute for Aerospace Technology (INTA), and the Spanish Air Force are interested in the course and many of their inspectors have already completed it.

Operations manuals

In addition to the training courses, Repsol Aviation provides its customers with the Operations and Quality Control Manual, Safety Manual for Private-Use Aviation Fuel Facilities (non-airport bases). It gives a detailed review of the procedures that must be followed in a private-use aviation facility: sampling and analysis; supply equipment; maintenance, testing and records. product reception; storage processes; aircraft supply operations; use of fuel drums; campaign operating equipment. 

Do you need more information?

If you are interested, request further information by sending an e-mail to: