Airlines want private cos to supply ATF

In a bid to lower costs of aviation turbine fuel, the aviation industry has urged the government to allow private oil companies to supply fuel using existing infrastructure at airports.

At present, three public sector oilcos — Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum — have ownership over infrastructure through which they supply ATF to airline companies. The aviation industry has suggested that existing ATF storage and supply facilities at Indian airports should be converted to common user facility, which could be owned by a neutral agency.

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