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Tokyo Summer Games 2021

The Tokyo Summer Games are finally scheduled to occur from 23 Jul to 08 Aug 2021 and 24 Aug to 05 Sep 2021 after being delayed a year due to the global COVID pandemic. Read more below to learn how to prepare for the summer.

The Tokyo Summer Games are finally scheduled to occur from 23 Jul to 08 Aug 2021 and 24 Aug to 05 Sep 2021 after being delayed a year due to the global COVID pandemic. Most of the events will occur within the Tokyo metropolitan area, with a few others taking place in Sapporo and the Fukushima and Miyagi Prefectures.

The situation in Japan is currently fluid as state-of-emergency restrictions have expanded to a few cities in Japan. There is currently a petition to postpone the Games, but it is unlikely that the Games will be postponed again due to the amount of money involved.

The Tokyo Summer Games will be unique in that international spectators will be limited only to those holding valid credentials to protect the safety of Game participants and Japanese citizens during the ongoing pandemic. There will be many other initiatives to protect Games participants, such as robust COVID testing, social distancing, daily activity plans, and dedicated transportation. 

Read more to learn about what to expect when you fly into Japan this summer.

The Playbook

Other than athletes, officials, broadcasters, media, workforce, marketing partners and international federations, those in what is referred to as the “Olympic and Paralympic Family” will be the only international visitors allowed at the Games. The following is a compiled list of who is included per The Playbook Olympic and Paralympic Family found here.

The Playbook is due to be updated in June for a final time. It lays out the guidelines regarding health, hygiene, social distancing and testing among other things that members of the Olympic Family must follow from pre-trip, through their time in Japan, and up until departure. It would be necessary to speak to the National Olympic Committee or National Paralympic Committee in one’s home country to determine eligibility to attend the Games. 

Spectators

Due to a surge in COVID cases in Japan, it was announced on July 8, 2021 that domestic spectators would once again not be allowed to attend any Olympic events taking place in and around Tokyo for the duration of the Olympic Games. This comes as a new state of emergency has been declared in Tokyo from July 12 to August 22. Venues in the regions of Fukushima, Miyagi, and Shizuoka will still be permitted to accept domestic spectators at a limit of 50% venue capacity up to a maximum of 10,000 spectators.

COVID-19 Concerns

Current Update:
On July 8, 2021 a new state of emergency was declared in Tokyo due to a sudden spike in new COVID-19 cases in the city. There were 920 new COVID cases reported in the Tokyo area on Wednesday, July 7 which was the highest number of new cases since 1,010 were reported on May 13, 2021. The decision also comes as the highly contagious Delta variant of the virus is spreading rapidly around Tokyo. The Delta variant now accounts for up to 30% of the total COVID cases in and around Tokyo. As a result of the state of emergency, bars and restaurants in the city will once again be prohibited from serving alcohol and will still have to close by 8pm. The latest state of emergency will go into effect on July 12, 2021 and run through August 22,2021. 

Previous Update:
On June 17, 2021 the Japanese government announced the state of emergency in Tokyo and the eight other prefectures would be lifted, although some restrictions will be left in place. The move comes as infection rates have been declining and vaccination rates are increasing. Tokyo along with the prefectures of Hokkaido, Aichi, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, and Fukuoka will remain under a quasi-state of emergency until July 11, 2021 while the Okayama and Hiroshima prefectures had their state of emergency orders lifted completely on June 20, 2021.
The quasi-state of emergency within the seven prefectures will allow for a more targeted approach meaning that only certain areas of the prefecture may be restricted as opposed to the entire prefecture. It will also allow alcohol to once again be served although only until 7pm. Restaurants are still required to close by 8pm.

Latest Restrictions in Japan

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • From 28DEC, new entry by non-Japanese nationals was banned. 
  • Exempt from Entry Ban:
    • Japanese Citizens
    • “Special Permanent Residents” 
  • Able to Enter in Most Cases:
    • Current non-Japanese Residents seeking re-entry
    • On-duty aircraft crew
  • No Entry for below traveler:
    • Business or Leisure Travelers from Overseas
    • Business Track” travelers: Residents of Singapore, Korea, Vietnam, China (excluding Hong Kong & Macao) who meet certain conditions More details on page 2.
    • “Residence Track” travelers: Those seeking to live in Japan mid- to long-term, from one of the 11 countries listed on page 3.
    • Any person not covered in the above green categories
  • Even if the entry ban is relaxed, entry to Japan will likely still require a Visa.
  • Special restrictions on countries designated as high risk for the COVID variant will be in place until further notice.
  • Transit Passengers may enter an airport in Japan for the purpose of connecting flights. No transit visa is required, but passengers may not leave the transit area.
  • Permission to enter Japan under the following conditions:
    • Must have a valid visa or necessary documents for a special permission arrival
    • Must submit proof of a COVID-19 negative test result.  The test result needs to have been done within 72 hours of arrival into Japan. After March 19 2021, if you are unable to present the certificate, you will not be allowed to land in Japan based on the Quarantine Law.
    • Submit a written pledge not to use public transportation for 14 days, to stay at home or in accommodation, to save and present your location information, and to install a contact confirmation application etc.
    • Carrying a smartphone and installing necessary applications.
  • Those entering with a history of staying in the designated countries are required to quarantine for a minimum of three days at a government facility: The U.S.A (Only the states of Florida, Tennessee, Michigan, Minnesota), Austria, Canada (only the province of Ontario) Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, The UAE, The U.K.


RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Tech stops, with passengers staying onboard or transiting to a different private or commercial flight, are still very much possible.
  • Fuel stop flights are acceptable, crew can stay overnight in some airports.
  • Crew are not required to present a negative Covid-19 certificate. They generally do not have to take a PCR test on arrival; but are required to self-quarantine at their hotel until departure.
  • Crew do not have to use a specifically designated government hotel. However, specific hotels may request a negative Covid-19 test result.
  • If need to use 2 or more airports for overnight, we need to double check with local quarantine. Normal shore pass valid within same airport.
  • For usage of 2 or more airports for overnight, subject to approval based on actual schedule.
  • Crew do not allow to use public transportation all of Japan within 14 days isolation period.


QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • A 14-day self-quarantine is required for those newly entering Japan.
  • The only exception is for those using the “Business Track” when it is active. Although active crew members are still able to enter Japan, they are required to self-quarantine at their hotel, and closely monitor their health condition for any changes.
  • All passengers entering Japan will be required to provide a “Certificate of Negative PCR Result” within 72 hours prior to departure and undergo PCR testing on entry.
  • If you are unable to submit the certificate, you will not be allowed to enter in Japan base on the Quarantine Law.
  • Those with a travel history in “Variant High-Risk Countries” must quarantine for a minimum of three days at a government designated facility after arrival.
  • Applicable: The U.S.A (Only the states of Florida, Tennessee, Michigan, Minnesota), Austria, Canada (only the province of Ontario) Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, The UAE, The U.K.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
Until Further Notice

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Phased Measures for Resuming Cross-Border Travel - https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/cp/page22e_000925.html
  • Border enforcement measures to prevent the spread of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) with country list subjected to entry denial - https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/fna/page4e_001053.html

Review COVID-19 Restrictions for APAC

Dates for Slot Request Surveys & Details

Business Aviation operators are advised to plan in advance for the upcoming 2021 Tokyo Summer Games. Initial Slot Request Surveys are currently taking place for the six primary airports in the Tokyo Metropolitan area (Narita/RJAA, Haneda/RJTT, Ibaraki/RJAH) and near other competition venues (Nagoya/RJGG, Sapporo/RJCC, Sendai/RJSS).

A second (main) round of Slot Request Surveys will occur in late May, with results expected in late June. Based on available parking and/or slots, an aircraft may not be permitted to operate into their requested airport or may need to ferry to another airport after dropping passengers. The main ferry airports are the six primary airports and Osaka/RJBB and Fukuoka/RJFF. This slot system will be in place for the period in and around the Games (01 Jul to 30 Sep 2021). Slots can be requested through your designated Trip Support Provider, Ground Handling agent in Japan, or directly through the slot office at [email protected] 

As of April 2021, only four of the six primary airports are accepting international traffic. Those airports are Narita/RJAA, Haneda/RJTT, Nagoya/RJGG, and Sapporo/RJSS. Specifically, Haneda/RJTT will be the designated airport for flights carrying VIPs such as Heads of State.

In addition to aircraft/operator details and itinerary, when applying for slots during this period, it is recommended to provide the following information:

  1. Lead passenger or VIP passenger's name
  2. Are you applying for or do you plan to apply for an Olympic Identity and Accreditation Card? Yes or No.   (If you want to know about these cards, please ask the National Olympic Committee in your country)
  3. If yes, please advise below category.
  • Sovereign or Head of State and Head of Government
  • IOC members / Honored and Honorary members, Directors, Honored guest
  • International Federations / President or Secretary-General
  • NOC / President or Secretary-General 
  • TOP Olympic Partners / Chairman or Chief Executive Officer
  • Sport Minister of NOC with participating athletes
  • Others / Not covered by any of the above
     

    The passengers onboard flights operating to the primary airports during the Games will be given a priority designation of either V1, V2, or V3, with V1 being the highest priority. However, it has not been made public which of the above-categorized groups will fit into each category.

    Airport slots update: Slot Request Surveys are now complete; however, Operators can continue to request slots for ops during the Games period. New slot requests submitted from late June through the duration of the Games should receive approval/denial within 4-5 days of the requested date. The peak demand period is expected to be from 20 to 26 July. It is important to note that parking at RJTT will be limited to three hours, so for those going to Tokyo during this time it is recommended to use RJAA. If an Operator cannot obtain parking at their requested airport during the Games, the Olympic Slot Office will assign an available airport for overnight parking or reposition.

1

Security

Security level 1: Japan is a relatively safe country with low levels of crime. Personal security is generally not needed. Airport security is also not a primary concern in Japan as major airports are protected by high fencing and patrolled by security regularly. Aircraft security can be arranged; however, the guards must be unarmed.

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Permit Requirements

Landing Permits are not required for Private flights on aircraft registered in an ICAO member-state operating to an Airport of Entry in Japan. However, if the first entry point in Japan is a non-airport of Entry, a Landing Permit will be required with a requested lead time of three business days.

Private aircraft registered in a non-ICAO country will require a Landing Permit regardless of their initial destination airport in Japan. The requested lead time for the flights is also three business days. Additionally, any aircraft operating a domestic flight between two Japanese airports will also require a Landing Permit with the same requested lead time.

Charter flights are required to secure a Charter Landing Permit for all flights. The requested lead time to ensure these permits is also three business days. Some documentary requirements to secure this permit are copies of the aircraft Registration and Airworthiness, the Noise Certificate, the operator's AOC, a copy of the charter contract, the pilot's licenses and medical certificates, and a TCAS certificate.

While the typical lead time is three business days for flights that require a Landing Permit, there are potential exceptions that can be made in case of a business emergency. Air ambulance permits will also receive expedited processing.
 

Visa Requirements

  • The corporate crew of all nationalities does not require a visa to enter Japan as long as they are on duty, listed on the General Declaration, and have valid crew IDs. 
  • Passengers of certain nationalities require visas before entering Japan. Before arrival in Japan, these must be arranged as there are no facilities to provide Visa on arrival services. However, effective 23 Apr 2021 and until 05 Oct 2021, passengers with an Olympic Identity and Accreditation Card (OIAC) or Paralympic Identity and Accreditation Card (PIAC) are Visa exempt from entering Japan.                                        
    • The above does not apply to passengers holding an Olympic Identity and Accreditation Card (OIAC) or Paralympic Identity and Accreditation Card (PIAC) with an asterisk in front of the Japanese function name.
  • To determine if your passengers require a visa based on their nationality, it is best to check with accredited websites such as IATA's Timaticweb or by corresponding with your Trip Support Provider or assigned Japan Ground Handling agent.
     

Hotel Accommodations

When booking hotels in Japan, it is recommended to seek out accommodations away from the major airports. The international airports serving the major metropolitan areas in Japan can often be situated a long distance from the city center. And while there is often a train service readily available, it can be pretty expensive if you choose to take a taxi. An example would be Tokyo Narita/RJAA, where a cab ride can easily cost between $150 to USD 200 for a one-way transfer to the Tokyo city center.

You will find that most big brand international hotel chains have a significant Japanese metropolitan area. And while the rooms can tend to be on the expensive side, they are typically well-kept and comfortable.

Japan is also home to what many consider some of the best boutique hotels. And for a truly authentic experience, consider a stay at a traditional ryokan.

Airport Considerations

Airport info is subject to change at short notice due to COVID restrictions and further review during the Games period. Airports available to support air traffic for the 2021 Tokyo Summer Games are as follows: 
 

Tokyo Narita (RJAA)

  • Operating hours: 0600 to 2300 local 
  • Noise restrictions: Noise curfew from 2300 to 0600 local
  • Slots required: Yes
    • Slot tolerance: +/- 1 hour
  • Parking restrictions: Still to be determined for the Game period
  • Airport of Entry: Yes
  • CIQ hours: 0600 to 2300 local
  • Required lead time to make handling and slot arrangements: minimum of 1 day
  • Is VIP Terminal available? Yes, but it may not be usable during the Game period due to quarantine requirements.
  • Is Catering available: Yes
    • Catering companies: Gate Gourmet Japan
  • Are hotels available on airport property or immediate surroundings: Yes 
  • Distance from airport to Tokyo city center: 45 miles
    • Approximate drive time: 60 to 90 minutes
    • Is train/rail service available from the airport to the city center: Yes
       

Tokyo Haneda (RJTT)

  • Operating hours: 24 hours 
  • Noise restrictions: None
  • Slots required: Yes
    • Slot tolerance: +/- 1 hour
  • Parking restrictions: Still to be determined for the Game period
  • Airport of Entry: Yes
  • CIQ hours: 24 hours
  • Required lead time to make handling and slot arrangements: minimum of 1 day
  • Is VIP Terminal available? Yes, but it may not be usable during the Game period due to quarantine requirements.
  • Is Catering available: Yes
    • Catering companies: Gate Gourmet Japan
  • Are hotels available on airport property or immediate surroundings: Yes 
  • Distance from airport to Tokyo city center: 18 miles
    • Approximate drive time: 30 minutes
    • Is train/rail service available from the airport to the city center: Yes
       

Ibaraki (RJAH)

  • Operating hours: 0930 to 2100 local
  • Noise restrictions: None
  • Slots required: Yes
    • Slot tolerance: +/- 1 hour
  • Parking restrictions: Still to be determined for the Game period
  • Airport of Entry: No
  • CIQ hours: Not currently available
  • Required lead time to make handling and slot arrangements: minimum of 1 day
  • Is VIP Terminal available: No
  • Is Catering available: Yes
  • Are hotels available on airport property or immediate surroundings: No 
  • Distance from airport to Tokyo city center: 60 miles
    • Approximate drive time: 90-120 minutes
    • Is train/rail service available from the airport to the city center: No
       

Sapporo (RJCC)

  • Operating hours: 0500 to 2300 local 
  • Noise restrictions: Noise curfew from 2300 to 0500 local
  • Slots required: Yes
    • Slot tolerance: +/- 1 hour
  • Parking restrictions: Still to be determined for the Game period
  • Airport of Entry: Yes
  • CIQ hours: 0500 to 2300 local
  • Required lead time to make handling and slot arrangements: minimum of 1 day
  • Is VIP Terminal available: No
  • Is Catering available: Yes
  • Are hotels available on airport property or immediate surroundings: Yes 
  • Distance from airport to Sapporo city center: 37 miles
    • Approximate drive time: 45-60 minutes
    • Is train/rail service available from the airport to the city center: Yes
       

Nagoya (RJGG)

  • Operating hours: 24 hours 
  • Noise restrictions: No
  • Slots required: Yes
    • Slot tolerance: +/- 1 hour
  • Parking restrictions: Still to be determined for the Game period
  • Airport of Entry: Yes
  • CIQ hours: 24 hours
  • Required lead time to make handling and slot arrangements: minimum of 1 day
  • Is VIP Terminal available? Yes, but it may not be usable during the Game period due to quarantine requirements.
  • Is Catering available: Yes
  • Are hotels available on airport property or immediate surroundings: Yes 
  • Distance from airport to Nagoya city center: 28 miles
    • Approximate drive time: 50 to 60 minutes
    • Is train/rail service available from the airport to the city center: Yes
       

Sendai (RJSS)

  • Operating hours: 0730 to 2130 local 
  • Noise restrictions: Noise curfew from 2130 to 0730 local
  • Slots required: Yes
    • Slot tolerance: +/- 1 hour
  • Parking restrictions: Still to be determined for the Game period
  • Airport of Entry: Not currently
  • CIQ hours: Not currently available
  • Required lead time to make handling and slot arrangements: minimum of 1 day
  • Is VIP Terminal available: No
  • Is Catering available: Yes
  • Are hotels available on airport property or immediate surroundings: Yes 
  • Distance from airport to Sendai city center: 15 miles
    • Approximate drive time: 30 minutes
    • Is train/rail service available from the airport to the city center: Yes
       

Osaka Kansai (RJBB)

  • Operating hours: 24 hours 
  • Noise restrictions: None
  • Slots required: Yes
    • Slot tolerance: +/- 1 hour
  • Parking restrictions: Still to be determined for the Game period
  • Airport of Entry: Yes
  • CIQ hours: 24 hours
  • Required lead time to make handling and slot arrangements: minimum of 1 day
  • Is VIP Terminal available? Yes, but it may not be usable during the Game period due to quarantine requirements.
  • Is Catering available: Yes
  • Are hotels available on airport property or immediate surroundings: Yes 
  • Distance from airport to Osaka city center: 35 miles
    • Approximate drive time: 50 to 70 minutes
    • Is train/rail service available from the airport to the city center: Yes
       

Rukuoka (RJFF)

  • Operating hours: 0700 to 2200 local 
  • Noise restrictions: Noise curfew from 2200 to 0700 local
  • Slots required: Yes
    • Slot tolerance: +/- 1 hour
  • Parking restrictions: Still to be determined for the Game period
  • Airport of Entry: Not currently
  • CIQ hours: Not currently available
  • Required lead time to make handling and slot arrangements: minimum of 1 day
  • Is VIP Terminal available: No
  • Is Catering available: Yes
  • Are hotels available on airport property or immediate surroundings: Yes 
  • Distance from airport to city center: 5 miles
    • Approximate drive time: 15 minutes
    • Is train/rail service available from the airport to the city center: Yes
       

Latest Country Restrictions

BUSINESS FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • From 28DEC, new entry by non-Japanese nationals was banned. 
  • Exempt from Entry Ban:
    • Japanese Citizens
    • “Special Permanent Residents” 
  • Able to Enter in Most Cases:
    • Current non-Japanese Residents seeking re-entry
    • On-duty aircraft crew
  • No Entry for below traveler:
    • Business or Leisure Travelers from Overseas
    • Business Track” travelers: Residents of Singapore, Korea, Vietnam, China (excluding Hong Kong & Macao) who meet certain conditions More details on page 2.
    • “Residence Track” travelers: Those seeking to live in Japan mid- to long-term, from one of the 11 countries listed on page 3.
    • Any person not covered in the above green categories
  • Even if the entry ban is relaxed, entry to Japan will likely still require a Visa.
  • Special restrictions on countries designated as high risk for the COVID variant will be in place until further notice.
  • Transit Passengers may enter an airport in Japan for the purpose of connecting flights. No transit visa is required, but passengers may not leave the transit area.
  • Permission to enter Japan under the following conditions:
    • Must have a valid visa or necessary documents for a special permission arrival
    • Must submit proof of a COVID-19 negative test result.  The test result needs to have been done within 72 hours of arrival into Japan. After March 19 2021, if you are unable to present the certificate, you will not be allowed to land in Japan based on the Quarantine Law.
    • Submit a written pledge not to use public transportation for 14 days, to stay at home or in accommodation, to save and present your location information, and to install a contact confirmation application etc.
    • Carrying a smartphone and installing necessary applications.
  • Those entering with a history of staying in the designated countries are required to quarantine for a minimum of three days at a government facility: The U.S.A (Only the states of Florida, Tennessee, Michigan, Minnesota), Austria, Canada (only the province of Ontario) Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, The UAE, The U.K.


RESTRICTIONS FOR TECHNICAL REFUELING/CREW REST

  • Tech stops, with passengers staying onboard or transiting to a different private or commercial flight, are still very much possible.
  • Fuel stop flights are acceptable, crew can stay overnight in some airports.
  • Crew are not required to present a negative Covid-19 certificate. They generally do not have to take a PCR test on arrival; but are required to self-quarantine at their hotel until departure.
  • Crew do not have to use a specifically designated government hotel. However, specific hotels may request a negative Covid-19 test result.
  • If need to use 2 or more airports for overnight, we need to double check with local quarantine. Normal shore pass valid within same airport.
  • For usage of 2 or more airports for overnight, subject to approval based on actual schedule.
  • Crew do not allow to use public transportation all of Japan within 14 days isolation period.


QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS

  • A 14-day self-quarantine is required for those newly entering Japan.
  • The only exception is for those using the “Business Track” when it is active. Although active crew members are still able to enter Japan, they are required to self-quarantine at their hotel, and closely monitor their health condition for any changes.
  • All passengers entering Japan will be required to provide a “Certificate of Negative PCR Result” within 72 hours prior to departure and undergo PCR testing on entry.
  • If you are unable to submit the certificate, you will not be allowed to enter in Japan base on the Quarantine Law.
  • Those with a travel history in “Variant High-Risk Countries” must quarantine for a minimum of three days at a government designated facility after arrival.
  • Applicable: The U.S.A (Only the states of Florida, Tennessee, Michigan, Minnesota), Austria, Canada (only the province of Ontario) Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, The UAE, The U.K.

 

DATE THE RESTRICTION IS CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO END OR BE RE-EVALUATED
Until Further Notice

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Phased Measures for Resuming Cross-Border Travel - https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/cp/page22e_000925.html
  • Border enforcement measures to prevent the spread of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) with country list subjected to entry denial - https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/fna/page4e_001053.html
Notes on Fueling

For General Aircrafts, there is no specific regulation or guideline to perform refueling service, but understand that ITP agents will be wearing a mask and gloves with a social distance during the refueling operation on the ground.

For Medical Aircrafts (patient has tested positive on COVID), Airport Quarantine Station is on board and understands that ITP agents should wear a mask and gloves with a social distance and protective clothing (PPE) refueling operation. In addition, local ITP staff is not recommended to enter the aircraft’s cabin and put a used pen and a fuel receipt in the bag after refueling operation on the ground.

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As Manager, Global Trip Support, Singapore for World Fuel Services, Pete Bennett oversees the day-to-day operations of the Singapore, Shanghai, and Mumbai Trip Support teams. Since joining World Fuel Services in 2004, he has been instrumental in the development of the International Trip Support department, having held positions as Operations Team Supervisor and Operations Floor Supervisor before being promoted to Trip Support management in 2009. He is currently based in the World Fuel Services Singapore office where he has been since July 2016. Pete holds an FAA Dispatch License and a Private Pilot Certificate.

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