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  • His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, GCEO, ENOC
GoAir And ENOC Group signed in aviation fuel supply agreement

GoAir, India's fastest developing carrier, today marked an aeronautics fuel supply concurrence with ENOC Group.

Through the understanding, ENOC will give Go Air fuel supply at Dubai International Airport for their International of business planes.

On this event, Harjinder Singh Bhasin, Vice President - Airports, GoAir stated: "GoAir is very glad to band together with Dubai-based ENOC and I'm certain that this organization will give GoAir a bigger impression in the MENA district by virtue of ENOC being the biggest provider."

His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, stated: "ENOC has been fuelling the aviation business' development locally in the UAE since 1995 and has consistently had a close relationship with Dubai Airports. Today, and with Dubai's key area and amazing air terminal availability, we want to assume a job in understanding the Emirate's vision in turning into the Middle East aviation hub."

After a reputation of huge development and achievement in the UAE, ENOC further extended its system and as of now covers in excess of 200 air terminals crosswise over 25 nations, providing in excess of 3 million USGs of fuel to an enhanced arrangement of transporters in the UAE and globally, with more than 300 fuellings every day.

The Group's global aviation presence was set up in 2002 and has since given jet fuel to more than 100 clients crosswise over air terminals in the Middle East, Africa, South East Asia and Europe.

"Our association with GoAir is one that we are glad for and are satisfied to assume a job to empower their activities in Dubai." Added Al Falasi.

The Group's aviation business gives a scope of related business, specialized and fuel the board benefits that incorporate jet fuel deals and promoting, flying fuelling risk protection, specialized consultancy and backing, giving quality control and activities manuals, investigation of offices and staff training.

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