Following the opening of its first airside depot at the Francisco Bangoy International Airport in Davao City, Phoenix Petroleum continues its aggressive growth in aviation with the opening of two more new airside facilities in Visayas and Mindanao.
Within a week, Phoenix airside depots were opened at the Bacolod-Silay Airport and at the General Santos International Airport—the first ones to be built and to operate in the said airports.
Equipped with 80,000 liter-storage tanks for Jet A-1 fuel, each facility will enable Phoenix to provide streamlined services to its growing aviation clients.
“As part of our efforts to strengthen our network in the aviation industry, we have also been improving our services to be able to meet the requirements of our clients better. The construction of these airside facilities will be most beneficial to them as these will greatly improve our efficiency and effectivity as a fuel provider for their aircrafts,” Phoenix Petroleum Chief Operating Officer Henry Albert Fadullon said.
Since 2005, Phoenix Petroleum has been providing terminaling, hauling, and into-plane services in 18 airports in the country for its aviation clients. This year, the company marked the 15th anniversary of its partnership with its longest commercial client, Cebu Pacific Air. Last month, Phoenix also announced its partnership with the country’s flag carrier, Philippine Airlines, for a fuel supply deal at Davao airport.