Category Archives: Major airlines

FuelPlus featured in LARA magazine

The major publication for low-fare and regional airlines, LARA, featured FuelPlus in its recent piece on fuel efficiency platforms (Dec 2017/Jan 2018 issue, pages 37-38).   The article highlighted the fact that by implementing efficiency-saving software, airlines could potentially reduce their fuel bill. It featured commentaries from industry experts, including Klaus-Peter Warnke, CEO of the […]

The future of aviation fuel tendering

You may know that we’ve been part of IATA’s Fuel Data Standards Group for some time, which aims to improve data exchange, and therefore business efficiency, across the aviation fuel industry. Most recently this group has released a data standard for jet fuel tenders and bids and we’ve been building this into our software. We […]

Why the future of airline fuel management lies in the cloud

It’s undisputable: the Cloud has changed our world. From checking your Gmail to backing up your smartphone and listening to music on spotify – we are utterly reliant on the Cloud for our normal, day-to-day activities. The Cloud and the growth of Software as a Service (SaaS) has also changed the face of the business […]

FuelPlus Group expands into the US market

Expanding into the US aviation fuel management market We have recently signaled our commitment to the US aviation fuel management market. We’ve opened a new office in Marlborough, Massachusetts and launched new features aimed at US carriers in our Airline.One software. “The US market is really important for us,” says FuelPlus Group CEO, Klaus-Peter Warnke. […]

FuelPlus Newsletter – Q12017

A word from our CEO “Over the last year or so, we’ve been focusing on product innovation, growing our business and on making sure our existing and new customers are successful.  Here are some of the things we’ve been working on… Expanded customer service and development teams in the EU. Improved architecture in our product […]

On winning Best Aviation Fuel Management Software 2017 and his vision for FuelPlus – Q&A with CEO, Klaus-Peter Warnke

FuelPlus has recently won the award for Best Aviation Fuel Management Software at the Air Transport Awards 2017, organised by Air Transport News. Following this success, we wanted to look back at the FuelPlus journey so far and understand its vision for the future. We spoke to FuelPlus CEO, Klaus-Peter Warnke, to find out more. […]

Transport News Recognises FuelPlus Software GmbH in the 2017 Air Transport Awards

United Kingdom, February 2017 – Transport News Magazine have awarded FuelPlus Group for their airline fuel management solution in the 2017 Air Transport Awards. Changing regulations and increased scrutiny of security and efficiency have made the air transport industry a challenging environment to operate in over the past 12 months. As a vital part of […]

Aviation fuel management – The 5 biggest headaches for airlines

In order to develop our aviation fuel management software for airlines, it’s crucial that we understand the key challenges these businesses face, particularly in relation to data management and business efficiencies. That’s why we’re always consulting with airlines and using what we learn to help shape our products. In the last year we’ve been talking […]

Iata jet fuel tender – the drive for a standard

IATA are pushing to introduce a way of standardizing the jet fuel tender process between airlines, fuel suppliers and fuel resellers. And so a group of airlines, suppliers and IATA representatives have created a task force to address this. One thing I like about the name is it’s a task force not a committee or […]

Our 2-day workshop with air europa

Here at FuelPlus, we’re interested in long-term partnerships with our customers. Beyond the software installation phase, we provide ongoing training, support and advice to help clients get the most out of our fuel management products. A recent example of this was a 2-day workshop we ran for Air Europa at their offices in Majorca, about […]

Live online demonstration of FuelPlus software