Japan Airport Fueling Service Co., Ltd.(JAFS)

About JAFS

We are fully committed to the quality of our fueling service for the benefit of air transport worldwide.
Japan Airport Fueling Service (JAFS) is involved in the fueling of aircraft at Narita International Airport as its main business and is highly evaluated by every airline company around the world in addition to airline companies, which are ordering parties, and oil wholesalers, for our reliable, high-quality services since the airport was opened.

About our work

 

The fuel transported by oil tankers is unloaded and undergoes Quality control at a pier in Chiba Port and then flows through pipelines of
47 km to Narita Airport. This fuel is supplied to aircraft by fueling vehicles. In addition, we carry out maintenance of fueling vehicles in our own workshop.

 

01
Quality control

We conduct strict examinations based on the guidelines of the Petroleum Association of Japan and also on the standards established by Narita International Airport Corporation and Narita International Airport Fuel Convention.

02
Fueling service

We provide safe and efficient into-plane fueling services for airlines at the right time with their flight schedules.

03
Vehicle maintenance

We perform periodic inspection and maintenance of fueling vehicles to ensure their safety, as they are indispensable for providing fueling services.

Our working staff

 

Our business in figures

 
01
Fueling volume per day

(Average in 2019)

02
Number of aircraft
we fuel per day

(Average in 2019)

03
Number of airlines we serve

(As of April 1, 2021)

04
Our share of fueling at
Narita International Airport

 

05
employees

(As of May 1, 2020)

06
New recruits

(As of April 1, 2021)

07
Turnover rate

(Figures for 2018-2020)

08
Rate of taking paid holidays

(Figures for 2020)

09
Number of holidays per year

(As of April 1, 2021)

Principal business partners

 

We provide fueling for aircraft of over 92 airline companies around the world,
and are highly evaluated by customers for our safe and prompt fueling operations.