Aviation Fuel

Aviation Fuel


SEAS is an independent global supplier of aviation fuel and services. Headquartered in UAE, connects a diverse array of aviation customers with the systems and solutions needed to attract more business and to conduct operations efficiently and effectively. 

Aviation fuel

Jet Fuel
Jet-A powers modern commercial airliners and is a mix of pure kerosene and burns at temperatures at or above 49 °C (120 °F). Kerosene-based fuel has a much higher flash point than gasoline-based fuel, meaning that it requires significantly higher temperature to ignite. It is a high-quality fuel; if it fails the purity and other quality tests for use on jet aircraft, it is sold to other ground-based users with less demanding requirements, such as railroad engines
Our Major supply is JP 54


Avgas is used in small piston engine powered aircraft within the General Aviation community. Predominately activities such as private pilots, flight training, flying clubs and crop spraying. Piston engines operate using the same basic principles as spark ignition engines of cars, but they have a much higher performance requirement.

Current General Aviation industry two main Avgas grades (100 and 100LL low lead) – a rationalisation that has enabled fuel companies to continue supplying a market that would otherwise have become uneconomic. Worldwide, total Avgas volumes are low, since Avgas-fuelled aircraft, although they outnumber jet-fuelled aircraft, are generally much smaller.