Open Access and use of the MAFFFL’s Facilities and its services to all qualified Suppliers on an equitable, non-discriminatory basis and on the common user principle in order to enable the Air Carriers to freely select the Supplier of their choice to supply ATF at the CSMI Airport is made available w.e.f. 30th September, 2021.
Applicable Tariff approved by AERA for various services, including discounts offered, if any:AERA Approved Tarrif
A. Total Storage Capacity – 47,500 KL*
B. Availability of storage capacity - 42,635 KL*
C. Change in availability of storage capacity on account of scheduled maintenance, cleaning etc. in next Month – NIL
D. Maximum storage capacity used by various ATF suppliers vis-à-vis the allotted monthly capacity:
Month : Ferbuary – 2024
Name of Supplier
*Maximum storage capacity used (KL)
*Allotted monthly capacity (KL)
*Based on data from 01-28 of the month.
E. Minimum and Maximum Stock per day to each supplier for the month:
Month : March – 2024
Name of Supplier
*Based on data from 01-28 of the month. Adjusted for suppliers projected sale basis information shared.
F. Criteria for assignment of storage capacity to an ATF supplier ‘Minimum Inventory’ shall mean minimum volume equivalent to two days sales determined on the basis of total sales volumes of the preceding month which shall be stored by the Supplier at the Facility at a given point in time during such calendar month. ‘Maximum Quantity’ with respect to any given calendar month means the maximum quantity of ATF which may be stored by the Supplier at the Facility at a given point in time during such calendar month. The maximum quantity of ATF that may be stored in the Facility by each Supplier, at any point in time shall be determined on a pro-rata basis based on the volume of business of the Supplier and total usable tankage at the Facility. Available ATF storage capacity in the Facility shall be allocated to the Supplier by the Operator in the ratio of its customers’ uplifts to Airport’s total uplift during previous calendar month and in case of a new supplier it shall be based on the projected sales as reasonably determined by the operator for the month.
Mumbai Airport Volume for January 2022
Volume In Month
Average Per Day
% of Airport Volume
Allocation of Ullages to each supplier for the month of February 2022
The Supplier should be a Qualified Supplier to market ATF in India and would include Air Carriers who can bring the ATF for their own use via the Aviation Fuel Facility.
Supplier should enter into the Airport Agreement with Airport Operator.
Supplier should enter into following agreements: a) Standard Tripartite Agreement (Supplier) – with MAFFFL and Fuel Farm Operator appointed by MAFFFL. b) Standard Into Plane Agent Agreement – with at least one of the ITP Service provider (MAFFFL’s sub concessionaires i.e., BSSPL and IOSL).
Supplier should enter into an ‘Indemnity Agreement’ (As per the “Standard Tripartite Agreement (Supplier)”).
Supplier should furnish Performance Security. (As per the “Standard Tripartite Agreement (Supplier)”).
The Supplier should demonstrate, to the reasonable satisfaction of Operator, that the Supplier has taken out and maintains an insurance cover, where under the Operator and other parties to the Indemnity Agreement are co-insured, for a sum not less than 1 billion US$ or as per the IATA norms, as revised from time to time, in respect of claims in connection with or arising out of fuelling operations (‘Aircraft Refuelling Liability Insurance’) whereby Operator and the other parties to the Indemnity Agreement are indemnified by such insurance with the condition of waiver of subrogation against the parties to the Indemnity Agreement.
The Supplier should provide evidence that it has access to DGCA approved laboratory testing facilities for the testing of the quality of ATF.
Supplier should have valid supply contract with Aircraft Operator to supply ATF at CSMIA.
MAFFFL has limited office space, which can be allotted to suppliers on first come first serve basis on same access fee per unit and terms & condition for all suppliers. (As per the “Standard Tripartite Agreement (Supplier)”). Supplier have to enter into an Access Agreement with MAFFFL for office space if they are desirous of availing the same.
Joint Co-ordination Committee (“JCC”):
MAFFFL has set up a JCC, for ensuring effective and efficient performance of the integrated fuel farm facility and Into-Plane Services at the Mumbai Airport. The roles and responsibilities of the JCC, inter-alia, includes the following:
A) Reviewing the operation of the open access system, to ensure that the ATF suppliers and air carriers are treated fairly and equitably.
B) Putting in place adequate monitoring mechanisms and ensure that the integrated fuel farm facility operates in complete consonance with the principles of competition law and fairness.
The JCC is formed by MAFFFL with following members:
i) One representative of MAFFFL.ii) One representative of MIAL.
iii)One representative of Operator.
iv) One representative from amongst Into Plane Agents.
v) One representative from amongst the public sector Suppliers.
vi) One representative from amongst the private sector Suppliers.vii) One representative from amongst the domestic Air Carriers.
viii) One representative from amongst the International Air Carriers.