It has a fixed volatility range and is designed to work year-round with no seasonal variations. It doesn’t contain ethanol, which is known to damage fuel system components and has an assured energy content as there are no alcohols or ethers which could reduce aircraft range. These factors combined mean extended periods between maintenance, which is always good for you!
What’s more, as a dedicated and approved aviation fuel providing an alternative to Mogas, UL91 is cleaner for the environment and meets international specifications overseen by the aviation industry.
It’s important to be aware that UL91 can only be used in certain aircraft. The grade offers all the aviation industry benefits of Avgas 100LL but contains no lead additive or blue dye and is of lower octane quality, hence the need for specific engine or aircraft approval.
The flight school is headquartered in Lithuania, but its training centres are found in Ho Chi Min Airport in Vietnam, Henan province in China and Vilnius in Lithuania as well as Lleida Alguaire in Spain.
For more information about BAA Training please visit: https://www.baatraining.com/
Lleida Alguaire is equidistant from the neighbouring cities of Zaragoza and Barcelona and the airport’s eye-catching design has led to it being referred to as one of the world’s most beautiful airport terminals.