Petrolot airpline fuel deliverer remains the only company in Warsaw

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
17-01-2006, 16:56

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Okecie, Poland’s national airport does not have a new fuel deliverer despite earlier declarations. Prices will not fall.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Okecie, Poland’s national airport does not have a new fuel deliverer despite earlier declarations. Prices will not fall.

According to forecasts made by PPL, Poland’s state owned airport operator, in 2005 the second fuel deliverer was to launch operations at Okecie airport. However, Petrolot remains the sole deliverer.

“The proceedings to prepare the tender are going on. The tender will soon be announced”, Edyta Mikolajczyk, PPL spokeswoman said.

There are many companies interested in the tender.

“Several world deliverers are interested in entering the Polish airports. With the prices offered by Petrolot, they should have no problems with competitive offer. Poland is very expensive as far as airplane fuel is concerned”, Tomasz Kulakowski from Rynair commented.

Petrolot does not fear competition.

“A presence of a second operator will start competition but not necessarily will mean price reduction”, Jaroslaw Chodecki from Petrolot said.

Today, Petrolot thrives on growing airline industry. In 2005, it had sales of PLN 595m (EUR 155.9m) and net income of PLN 10m. Petrolot is in 51 percent owned by LOT, Poland’s flag carrier. The rest belongs to PKN Orlen fuel giant.

(PLN 1 = EUR 0.262)

 

 

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