Category Archives: News

Introducing: fuel tendering for the smart generation

  We’re excited to announce the launch of a new product that helps run faster, paperless fuel tenders. It will mean far less admin, fewer disputes and better deals. eTender is one of the first solutions to use the industry-wide XML data standard for fuel tenders, which was developed by IATA. It automates the exchange […]

Asian airlines – How to survive high fuel costs

Malaysia’s The Star newspaper recently reported that Asian jet fuel buyers are paying the highest premiums to get supply since 2008 – $1.01 a barrel above the benchmark. The article reports that the main cause is Asia’s booming aviation industry, which makes up over one-third of the global air passenger market and gains on average […]

FuelPlus Launches CORSIA-Ready Emissions Software for Airlines

Read the latest press release following the launch of our CORSIA-ready emissions module:   FuelPlus, a leading provider of aviation fuel management software, has launched a new product that helps airlines comply with the monitoring and reporting requirements of CORSIA (the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation).   “Using our new Emissions Module, […]

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 CEO an “inspirational leader”

Business magazine Insights Success is featuring Klaus-Peter Warnke, CEO of the FuelPlus Group, as one of its ’30 most inspirational leaders in business’ in its forthcoming issue. The magazine includes an article on Klaus-Peter and the FuelPlus Group. The piece covers Klaus-Peter’s entrepreneurial journey, his leadership style and his vision for FuelPlus. In it, Klaus-Peter […]

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 […]

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 […]

Live online demonstration of FuelPlus software