Jet A aviation jet fuel is produced primarily for the USA market. Jet A aviation jet fuel as a standard spec has a free point of -40 C. of which is allowed to be utilized exclusively in the USA.  The most commonly used fuels for commercial aviation are Jet A and Jet A-1, which are produced to a standardized international specification. The only other jet fuel commonly used in civilian turbine-engine powered aviation is Jet B, which is used for its enhanced cold-weather performance.

Aviation Jet Fuel JP54, Jet A1 Supplier Rotterdam

Jet A1 aviation jet fuel is produced for the international markets. Jet A1 aviation jet fuel as a standard spec has a free point of -47 C. of which is allowed to be utilized in cold weather environments.


GOST 10227-86 / (TS1, T-1) aviation kerosene is exclusively produced in Russian refineries. TS-1 has a free point of -50 C. of which exceeds the freeze point of both Jet A and Jet A1.

Jet B Aviation Fuel for Very Cold Climates

Jet B is a fuel in the naphtha-kerosene region that is used for its enhanced cold-weather performance.

  • Jet B’s lighter composition makes it more dangerous to handle.
  • it is rarely used, except in very cold climates.
  • A blend of 30% kerosene and 70% gasoline: wide-cut fuel.
  • very low freezing point of −60 °C (−76 °F), and a low flash point as well.
  • primarily used in some military aircraft.
  • used in Canada, Alaska, Russia, because of its low freezing point.

Trusted JP54, Jet A1 Aviation Fuel Suppliers

World Oil TradersTrusted fuel suppliers of petrochemical products and derivatives:

  • M100/Fuel Oil GOST 10585-75/99/2013
  • D6 Virgin Diesel Bunker Fuel
  • D2 Diesel Fuel/EN 590 GOST R 52368-2005
  • D2 Gasoil L0.2/62 GOST 305-82
  • Fuel Oil 380 CST
  • Jet Fuel (JP54)/Aviation Kerosene
  • #95 Octane
  • Crude Oil (Heavy & Light)
  • Russian Export Blend Crude Oil R.E.B.C.O. GOST 51858-2002
  • Jet A1
  • LNG
  • LPG

Aviation Fuel Jet A and Jet A-1

The primary difference is the lower freezing point of A-1:

  1. Jet A’s is −40 °C (−40 °F)
  2. Jet A-1’s is −47 °C (−53 °F)

The other difference is the mandatory addition of an anti-static additive to Jet A-1.  Jet A trucks, storage tanks, and plumbing that carry Jet A are marked with a black sticker with “Jet A” in white printed on it, adjacent to another black stripe.


Jet Fuel (JP54)/Aviation Kerosene Suppliers Rotterdam

World Oil Traders supplies Physical Commodities such as: Crude Oil, D6, D2 Low Sulphur Diesel, Kerosene JET A1, Mazut M-100, JP54, EN590 road Diesel, LNG, LPG, D6 Bunker Fuel to the following ports:

  1. Shanghai, China
  2. Shenzhen, China
  3. Hong Kong, S.A.R., China
  4. Ningbo-Zhoushan, China
  5. Qingdao, China
  6. Guangzhou Harbor, China
  7. Busan, South Korea
  8. Tianjin, China
  9. Rotterdam, Netherlands
  10. Singapore
  11. Antwerp, Belgium
  12. Houston, Texas, United States of America
  13. Hamburg, Germany
  14. Felixstowe, U.K.
  15. Laem Chabang, Thailand
  16. Jebel Ali, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  17. Port Klang, Malaysia
  18. Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
  19. Santos, Brazil
  20. Manila, Philippines
  21. Ambarli, Turkey
  22. Tanger Med, Morocco
  23. Valencia, Spain
  24. Hanshin Ports, Japan
  25. Port Said East, Egypt
  26. Piraeus, Greece
  27. Ambarli, Turkey
  28. Tanjung Perak, Surabaya, Indonesia
  29. Salalah, Oman
Jet A-1 Jet A
Flash point 38 °C (100 °F)
Autoignition temperature 210 °C (410 °F)
Freezing point −47 °C (−53 °F) −40 °C (−40 °F)
Max adiabatic burn temperature 2,500 K (2,230 °C) (4,040 °F) Open Air Burn temperature: 1,030 °C (1,890 °F)
Density at 15 °C (59 °F) 0.804 kg/l (6.71 lb/US gal) 0.820 kg/l (6.84 lb/US gal)
Specific energy 42.80 MJ/kg 43.02 MJ/kg
Energy density 34.7 MJ/l 35.3 MJ/l