CLH has started operations at six new airports, including managing fuel storage facilities and providing into-fuelling services, in Tenerife Sue, Valladolid, San Sebastián, León, Melilla and Granada.
The company’s management of the fuel storage facility and hydrant network in Tenerife-Sur represents its first operation in the Canary Islands. The airport is the second largest in volume of activity in the Canary Islands, with 450,000 m3 of fuel supplied last year.
Tenerife Sur is the fifth most important airport where CLH Aviación is present in Spain and the sixth hydrant network to be managed by the company in the country, after Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona-El Prat, Málaga, Palma de Mallorca and Alicante.
The company is now present at all the airports that AENA awarded to the company in recent tendering processes, after starting its operations in Burgos in April and in Reus and Sabadell in November.