Skytanking has signed an agreement to buy Sun Jet Services, which includes aviation refuelling services at three German airports.
The groups, which consists of four unincorporated joint ventures, offers aviation refuelling services at Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Cologne airports. Its current owners are Shell Deutschland, Total Deutschland and Tramp Oil Germany, who each own a third.
Following completion, Skytanking will have operations in the two major cities on the Rhine and will offer aviation fuelling services at six of Germany's eight largest airports. In addition to into-plane fuelling services in Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Cologne, Skytanking will also take over the operation of the airport tank terminal in Düsseldorf.
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