Anac admits fuel shortages; airports operate with restrictions

The shortage was caused by the strike of truck drivers.
24/05/2018 14h29 - Updated 25/05/2018 15h47
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The National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac) He admitted that there is shortage of fuel at airports caused by the strike of truck drivers, but he said that all flights are operating within the established follow supplied by the Agency's regulations.

The agency reported that follows following in real time the supply of airports and possible impacts on operations and reports. According to ANAC, airports fuel reserves are managed by each airport operator in conjunction with the operations staff of airlines.

“The regulations are supported internationally Anac and regulate the calculation to be performed according to the route, the minimum reserve to be observed, and instructions on the operation that can alter the calculation of fuel”, the agency said, according to which all measures stipulated in operations aimed at operational safety of flights, which is the pri

ANAC today reinforced the recommendation given yesterday, so that passengers consider setbacks in the route network due to the lack of aviation fuel supply, due to the national strike of truck drivers started in 21 of May.

The agency recommends that passengers, with flights scheduled for the next days, to consult the airlines before they go to the airport until the situation returns to normal.


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