2008 - Rosneft Aero established.
2009 - Rosneft Aero expands its aviation fuelling network in Russia to 7 airports: Krasnoyarsk, Elista, Irkutsk, Mineralnye Vody, Krasnodar, Anapa, Blagoveschensk. Mergevan joint venture established in Ulan-Bator, Mongolia.
2010 - Rosneft Aero expands its presence to 10 airports, adding Komsomolsk-on-Amur, as well as the Vankor and Verkhnechonsk oilfields. The Ulan-Bator fuelling facility construction is completed, the facility commences fuelling operations.
2011 – Rosneft Aero begins providing fuelling services to foreign airlines at Russian airports.
2012 – Own refuelling complex at Vladivostok Knevichi airport is commissioned.
Rosneft acquires a 50% share in the fuelling facility at Moscow Vnukovo airport. Rosneft Aero begins refuelling Lufthansa aircraft at Vnukovo.
Rosneft Aero is named Supplier of the Year at Aeroflot’s annual Runway Awards.
Rosneft Aero becomes a strategic partner of IATA – International Air Transport Association, world’s largest industry organization.
2013 – Rosneft Aero merges with TNK-Avia, TNK-BP’s jet fuel division.
A series of acquisitions is performed, including the BATO network of fuelling facilities (Sochi, Krasnodar, Anapa, Gelendzhik, and Abakan), as well as a facility at Rostov-on-Don airport and a controlling stake in the company operating the fuelling facility at Moscow Sheremetyevo airport.
Rosneft Aero opens a branch in Krasnoyarsk and begins fuelling operations at the city’s Emelyanovo airport.
2014 - Rosneft Aero provides reliable fuelling services during Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Sochi. 2 more airports are added to Rosneft Aero’s fueling services network: Okha, Chita. Fuel supply to the Ministry of Defense airfields is established, fuelшng services are provided at 7 airfields.
2015 - 3 more airports are added to Rosneft Aero’s fueling services network. Fuel storage contracts with 19 airports are in effect. 36 airports, 17 own refueling facilities: own refueling complex in Magas and in St. Petersburg. Fuel export to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan are established, export contracts for supply with Georgia and Ukraine were concluded.
2016 - Construction of the fueling facility at Pulkovo airport (St. Petersburg) is assigned the status of a strategic city project. Rosneft Aero begins refuelling in Tyumen. 18 own refueling complex, 37 airports.
2017 - Rosneft Aero begins refuelling in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Samara. 19 own refueling complexes, 40 airports. Into-plane fuel sales increase by 20%. 1st place - Rank on Russia's jet fuel market and in MAC* airports by sales volume.
*Moscow Aviation Cluster.
Today Rosneft Aero provides fuelling services at 40 Russian airports including 20 own fuelling facilities – notably, Moscow Vnukovo, Sheremetyevo, and Domodedovo airports, as well as airports in Ekaterinburg, Arkhangelsk, Mineralnye Vody, Rostov-on-Don, Stavropol, Sochi, Krasnodar, Anapa, Gelendzhik, Abakan, Elista, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Blagoveschensk, Igarka, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Vladivostok, and many others. We are continually working to expand our presence both in Russia and abroad.