eFueling stands and falls with connected airports.

You can operate a best-in-class eFueling solution — as long as you don’t manage to connect a considerable amount of destination airports to your solution, the effort won’t pay off.

Conversely, with every airport, you get to connect to your eFueling solution, the benefits will rapidly increase.

However, connecting airports —or to be precise, Into Plane Agents at airports— sometimes isn’t that trivial.

Especially since Into Plane Agents have to carry out some efforts to be “eFueling-ready”.

With our eFueling solution, we paid attention to both right from the beginning: Developing a cutting-edge software and connecting as many Into Plane Agents as possible.

Up to now, we have successfully connected Into Plane Agents at more than 45 airports to our solution.

Subsequently, that means once an airline starts to use our solution, the airline is directly enabled to utilize eFueling at all connected airports.

Based on that fact, one of the most asked questions we receive is about the airports which are already connected to our eFueling solution.

With this blog post, we want to give you an overview of already connected airports.

However, worth to mention that the list of connected airports is a steady growing list, and we keep updating it regularly.

European Airports

Currently, our eFueling solution is available at 28 European airports, covering most of the primary European hubs.

  • Amsterdam (AMS)
  • Stockholm (ARN)
  • Brussels (BRU)
  • Budapest (BUD)
  • Cologne (CGN)
  • Copenhagen (CPH)
  • Dusseldorf (DUS)
  • Rome (FCO)
  • Frankfurt (FRA)
  • Goteborg (GOT)
  • Birmingham (BHX)
  • Lisbon (LIS)
  • Geneva (GVA)
  • Hannover (HAJ)
  • Leipzig (LEJ)
  • London (LHR)
  • Munich (MUC
  • Nuernberg (NUE)
  • Oslo (OSL)
  • Bukarest (OTP)
  • Berlin (TXL)
  • Vienna (VIE)
  • Zurich (ZRH)

US Airports

Currently, our eFueling solution is available at 18 airports in the US, covering most of the primary hubs.

  • Washington (IAD)
  • New York (EWR, JFK)
  • Boston (BOS)
  • Philadelphia (PHL)
  • Detroit (DTW)
  • Charlotte (CLT)
  • Atlanta (ATL)
  • Miami (MIA)
  • Orlando (MCO)
  • Tampa (TPA)
  • Chicago (ORD)
  • Denver (DEN)
  • Dallas (DFW)
  • Houston (IAH)
  • San Fransisco (SFO)
  • Los Angeles (LAX)

Concerning Into Plane Agents, the most common IPA’s are already using our eFueling solution: Sky, Jet, and Shell, as well as many local IPAs.


About the author?

Benjamin Walther

Benjamin leads Information Design as CEO. His daily business revolves around elaborating and implementing pioneering solutions with the aim to change data processing in the aviation industry. His visions are based on expertise gained in more than 15 years in the aviation industry in various roles. Benjamin’s project track record includes airlines such as Lufthansa, Emirates, Air India, Aegean Airlines, Saudia Airlines, S7, Icelandair and many others.


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