Air BP upgrades Grenoble-Le Versoud facility


International aviation fuel supplier Air BP has completed the upgrades to its facility at Grenoble-Le Versoud Airport in southeast France. The company has been based at the location for 46 years, making Grenoble-Le Versoud one of its oldest customers, and renewed its contract at the same time as carrying out the work.

The latest renovations include an upgrade to the site’s jet fuel tanks, with two larger 50m³ tanks, along with additional enhancements to facilitate the work of the bowsers. Also added is video surveillance, firefighting equipment, and improvements to the drain pan, with a new self-serve facility and payment system. Three grades of fuel are offered, including Jet A-1, Avgas and UL91.

Elena Melia, general manager, UK/France, Air BP, said, “We are extremely pleased to have renewed our contract at Grenoble-Le Versoud and to have completed the investment at the airport. We greatly value our partnerships and this is an excellent example of one of our long standing business relationships of which we are very proud. Our investment at the airport demonstrates our commitment not only to Grenoble-Le Versoud but to our mutual customers. We look forward to continuing our long and successful relationship.”

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