Kuwait’s Q8Aviation adds Frankfurt-Hahn and Liège

Q8Aviation, one of the world’s leading providers of jet fuel, has strengthened its network of European airports with the recent addition of Frankfurt-Hahn and Liège. Frankfurt-Hahn, located 120 kilometres west of Frankfurt, operates primarily as an airport for low-cost carriers and is also Germany’s fourth largest cargo airport. Liège, in the east of Belgium, is […]


Q8Aviation, one of the world’s leading providers of jet fuel, has strengthened its network of European airports with the recent addition of Frankfurt-Hahn and Liège. Frankfurt-Hahn, located 120 kilometres west of Frankfurt, operates primarily as an airport for low-cost carriers and is also Germany’s fourth largest cargo airport. Liège, in the east of Belgium, is another important freight airport, ranked amongst the top ten in Europe.

“The addition of Frankfurt-Hahn and Liège to our network is a logical move. Q8Aviation has invested heavily in stateof- the-art import facilities at Le Havre and Rotterdam, enabling us to provide airports across North-West Europe with a secure and reliable fuel supply. We are therefore actively seeking opportunities to further expand our regional network with airports that can benefit from these facilities,” said Q8Aviation MD, Andrew Westmoreland. Owned by Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC), Q8Aviation is the sixth largest supplier of jet fuel in the world providing jet fuel to around 200 airlines at more than 60 airports across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Far East.