aFuel Cockpit: Our Game-Changing EFB App
Introducing the aFuel Cockpit: the newest addition to aFuel’s suite of innovative solutions. Designed to make the fueling process for airlines faster and more efficient, the aFuel Cockpit is a mobile app that can be used by pilots to digitally manage the fueling process from their electronic flight bag (EFB). This revolutionary app is set to be released in September 2023 and offers airlines an intuitive, plug-and-play solution to join the aFuel network.
aFuel expands its network to Croatia with INA partnership
aFuel has recently partnered with INA, Croatia’s leading oil and gas company, to enable digital fueling at airports across the country. This partnership allows aFuel to provide a fully digitalized fueling process to all of INA’s customer airlines, as well as any future aFuel customers in Croatia. Adding Croatia to the digital fueling map With […]
aFuel Goes to Singapore: Highlights from Aviation Festival Asia 2023
Learn everything about the Aviation Festival Asia 2023 in Singapore and how aFuel presented the future of the digitalized fueling process to the attending aviation industry experts.
Introducing eSignature: aFuel’s new digital signing feature for eTickets in compliance with eIDAS
With the introduction of the eSignature feature, aFuel offers a whole new level of process conformity for all airline customers and into-plane agents partners. The feature seamlessly replaces the need for a hand-written signature while fully aligning with EU legislation.
aFuel partners with CNAF to enable digital fueling in China
aFuel and CNAF are happy to announce that the CNAF is now part of the aFuel network, providing a digital aircraft fueling experience in Mainland China for all current and future customer airlines.
Digital Innovations Airlines Need for the New Normal
The global pandemic pretty much upended almost every industry and sector of modern society. And while the pandemic’s effect on the world is pretty substantial, it’s safe to say that airlines may face the fallout from this for years to come. Air travel will likely continue to be affected even as the world approaches a state of normalcy.