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Aviation Fuel Supply Management 2017
Aviation Fuel Supply Management 2017
2nd international conference
Location: Moscow Date:August 15–18, 2017
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The IATA Fuel Quality Pool (IFQP) is a group of airlines that actively share fuel inspection reports and workload at locations worldwide. In addition to the promotion of fuel quality results, the sharing of inspection reports by the pool member airlines has demonstrated significant bottom line savings for the participants, which are being achieved whilst in full compliance with regulatory requirements concerning airlines' provision of quality control and management oversight of airport fuelling services (EASA Air Operation Regulation and FAR 121.373).  In collaboration with the IFQP committee and steering group, IATA is providing and manages the following services: organization, finance, promotion campaign, annual event, training and accreditation of inspectors, annual allocation of stations based on the airports served by airline IFQP members, maintenance of a restricted website and participation to IFQP worldwide missions. 

The IFQP program is highly regarded by the supplier community as it drastically reduces the repetitive inspections at many airports and is improving its quality as fewer and more effective inspections are carried out by accredited IFQP inspectors in accordance with stringent evaluation criteria established by the Pool.

Common Objectives

  • To fulfill the regulators requirement of inspection of fuel facilities.  
  • To minimize Airlines’ and Fuel Suppliers’ workload by sharing inspections at jointly served airports. This reduces both airlines and fuel suppliers’ costs tremendously.  
  • The fuel facilities inspection is only confined to quality and safety issues. All inspections are carried out by using a comprehensive and standardized checklist, which is fully in line, with the latest industry standards. This ensures that a fixed set of standards, performance levels, quality, and safety procedures are followed by everyone.  Agreed specifications and proper standards ensure confidence of both airlines and fuel suppliers in the inspections.  
  • The comprehensive training of inspectors and development of standardized inspection procedures according to the industry standard. 
  • The inspection reports are confidential and are only shared amongst the participating airlines through a secured website.
  • The observations of the inspection are only conveyed to the respective supplier by the inspector for necessary improvement and appropriate corrective action.  
  • This program will not only tremendously reduce the workload and cost up to 85% of the participating airlines, but also those of the fuel suppliers world over. It will also enhance the safety and improve the quality control standards of the fuel facilities at the airport. The inspection of the fuel facilities by the IFQP qualified inspector is primarily being undertaken in order to meet the airlines regulators requirement.

Organized by
Infomost Consulting РН-Аэро
In cooperation with
Media partners
ATO Avia
General media partner
AVIARU Aviation EX Пустой