Swift Fuels Has Partnered With Avfuel to Develop an Equitable Framework Agreement Allowing Major Suppliers to Distribute Swift Unleaded 94 MON Avgas
Swift Fuels’ team will conduct open forums 8:30am – 5pm on its 94 MON Avgas - Booth # 461
An iTeam Investigative report out of New Orleans, LA about the lack of regulation, when it comes to leaded aviation gasoline, or AVGAS.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced today it has selected four unleaded fuels for the first phase of testing at the FAA’s William J. Hughes Technical Center. The goal is for government and industry to work together to have a new unleaded fuel that reduces lead emissions for general aviation by 2018.
Swift Fuels got word in early November of final ASTM approval of the production specification for 100SF. This follows the September opening of a new Swift Fuels production facility able to turn out 10,000 gallons a month, a production level benchmark specified in the FAA roadmap for unleaded transition. The ASTM production certificate for this particular formula, along with the production facility opening, mark completion of 10 steps in a 16-step process outlined by the FAA Unleaded Avgas Transition Aviation Rulemaking Committee (of which AOPA was a member) in its final report in 2012.