SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (SAN)
Allied Aviation History at SAN:
In 1995, the Airport Authority in conjunction with the airlines that service San Diego International Airport in California, designed and constructed a new fuel facility and truck refill stand to accommodate the growth in the southern California area. Air traffic was increasing in the area and the old facility was not capable of providing adequate airport storage.
Allied Aviation was selected to mange and operates the facility in 1994 and assisted in the oversight and design of the construction of this project.
The fuel system was originally designed to receive fuel via fuel trucks. However further airport growth and the construction of a new terminal, created additional demand for jet fuel and a dedicated jet fuel line was constructed to feed the airport with an un-interrupted supply of fuel. With the implementation of the new fuel line. Jet fuel supply can sometimes be in short supply at times in southern California. Allied has managed to overcome various supply disruptions while always maintaining a positive inventory for the airline customers at San Diego.
Allied continues to mange the facility in concert with the airlines, oil companies and airport authority, continually providing improvements to the service of providing jet fuel to the airport.