Located at the junction of North and South America, the islands of Curaçao and Bonaire, part of the kingdom of the Netherlands, are ideal fuel stops for aircrafts passing through the Southern Caribbean. Due to the islands’ stable tropical climate, favorable location, and excellent airport facilities, they have become popular tourist destinations and attractive hubs for private, commercial, and cargo planes passing through the region.
On the islands of Curaçao and Bonaire, Curoil is the exclusive supplier of aviation fuels, lubricants, and related services. With excellent facilities and the second longest commercial airport runway in the Caribbean, Curaçao International Airport in particular functions as an important and attractive passenger and cargo hub for the Southern Caribbean region. This state-of-the-art airport operates at International Air Transport Association (IATA) Level of Service standards. Similarly, Bonaire International Airport maintains the highest international standards and offers excellent aviation services to private, commercial, and cargo planes landing on its grounds.
On an annual basis, we deliver approximately 35 million US gallons of aviation fuel to clients from all over the world. The Curoil product range consists of Jet A-1, Aviation Gasoline, and lubricants for aircrafts. We maintain the highest international and environmental standards and our products comply with the latest version of the Aviation Fuel Quality Requirements for Jointly Operated Systems (AFQRJOS) and other established international standards such as the Shell Airport operation procedures and IATA.
For more information about our aviation services, please contact our Commercial Department.