ALLIED AVIATION COMPANY HISTORY
Allied™ fueling and airport services span over 60 years of experience in maintaining and operating complex, integrated airport fueling systems serving domestic and international air carriers.
Allied has provided fuel facility maintenance and operation services at major airports throughout North America and has acted as project manager and consultant for fuel facility projects across the United States, Latin America, Canada and Europe.
From its first fueling contract in 1951 at Washington National Airport (DCA) in the United States to its present status as one of the industry leaders in commercial aviation fueling, Allied has maintained the same high standards of excellence in quality, efficiency and safety.
In 1953, Allied was selected as the project manager for the design, financing, construction, maintenance and operation of the first hydrant system in the United States at the Greater Southwest Airport (Amon Carter Field) in Fort Worth, Texas. During the same year, the company also began facility and into-plane fuel service at New York’s Idlewilde International Airport (now known as JFK).
Today, Allied remains a leader in the aviation fueling industry with the same dedication to the fundamentals of quality service that were introduced to the industry over 55 years ago. Allied operates some of the largest fuel receipt and storage airport facilities in the world, including those at J. F. K International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and the Lester Pearson International Airport in Toronto. In addition we operate at smaller airports such as Sacramento, and San Antonio. At all of these airports, we have been intricately involved with the construction of these fuel systems.
Allied handles close to six (6) billion gallons of Jet fuel annually at twenty-five (25) airports in North, Central, and South America. Allied Aviation understands and is fully capable of maintaining and operating complex, integrated Airport Fueling Systems.
Allied has expertise in effectively managing large commingled fuel storage facilities for both its users and suppliers. The company maintains staff that is highly trained and proficient in the procedures necessary to schedule the receipt of fuel via a common pipeline to ensure continuous and safe operation of air transportation services by its customers. The company utilizes accounting and retention standards for all facility documentation and fuel inventory records from the start at the pipeline or tank truck receipt point and follows through in to the storage facilities and finally into the aircraft in accordance with up-to-date industry practice and in accordance with the guidelines promulgated by our customers.