AFIS - Aircraft Fueling Information System

AFIS - Aircraft Fueling Information System

Dispatching at airports
An efficient handling of orders at major airports, such as i.e.: Amsterdam, Munich, Zurich, and Shanghai may only be ensured while applying a sophisticated scheduling.
AFIS assists the dispatcher in the best possible way. All important information is graphically displayed. The system's link-up to the airport, to the vehicles and to the airline enables the dispatcher to centrally obtain any information on each flight online. That way, he may immediately react to any changes which might occur.

In cooperation with users, statistics have been designed and are available to anyone using AFIS. Newly drawn up statistics by users may smoothly be embedded into AFIS.

AFIS is the software solution for the optimization of:

  the aircraft fueling. Via the interface to the flight schedule, all data is always up to date. Time and volume changes can also be added to the system manually and therefore reduces the reaction times significantly

  the connection of the tank trucks. The meter data can be transferred from the truck to the head office via the online transfer right away.

  the service charges (accounting for services ) at the airport. The data is available in the system electronically. The invoice can be printed right away.

  the vehicle and manpower resource planning at the airport.

AFIS Truck Star

The AFIS system may be enhanced by the Truck Star module which is mounted on the vehicle. This module allows to retrieve and to handle the orders. All information is being returned to the central system which may be situated at any place. After fueling the system may transmit an electronic ticket to the cockpit waiting for confirmation through the on-board system. This electronic confirmation may substitute the delivery receipt in hard copy.

AFIS Fuel Portal

Entry of 

  Minimum fuel.
  Block fuel.
  No fuel indicator. 


Roles and rights concept.

The version is optimized for mobile devices.


flights per day


connected vehicles