The 2017 Annual Fuel Committee meeting for the Canadian Fuel Consortia will be held from October 3 to 5, 2017.
The Canadian Fuel Consortia allows any airline that flies to a participating airport to join as a member. Member airlines share in the net costs of the corporation, which generally equates to a cost savings for the entire membership. Rising aviation fuel costs have made effective management and efficient distribution
At airports across Canada, facilities and equipment necessary for the refuelling of aircraft at the terminal area are most often owned by a Fuel Consortia, a not-for-profit corporation. The consortium allows any airline that flies to a participating airport to join as a member. Member airlines share in the net
The traditional arrangement at an airport is that fuel suppliers have tank farms and distribution systems that are proprietary to their product and service. The distribution system at many non-consortium locations is by tanker truck, therefore, the supplier will have a tank farm to receive and store jet fuel and