MINERAL OIL TAX REFUND ON AVIATION FUEL (FRANCE)
What is Mineral Oil Tax ?
Mineral Oil Tax (MOT) is an Excise Duty levied on the delivery of fuel to Aircrafts refueling in France. MOT tax is usually charged by refueling companies and can appear on the purchase invoice under different names such as: Mineral Oil Tax, MOT, TIPP, TICPE, Excise Tax, Excise Duty, Energy Tax, Oil Tax, Fuel Tax, etc.
MOT can represent up to 40% of the total amount of the fuel invoice and only very few overseas Aircraft companies are aware that they are entitled to recover this tax.
MOT Refund on Fuel Purchased in French Airports
In France, under specific rules and procedures, non-established Aircraft operators can reclaim the Mineral Oil Tax or TIPP that was charged to them when purchasing aviation fuel.
Corintax’s expertise in the field of MOT refund in France is now recognized by major international Airlines or Aircraft operators. We constantly endeavor to maintain a professional relationship with the French refunding authorities in order to bring to success each refund case we initiate on the behalf of our customers from around the world.
If your company is concerned by the French Mineral Oil Tax, feel free to send us samples of your refueling invoices for checking. Our MOT expert will get in touch with you in order to gather the relevant documents and launch the refund procedure.
Some Suppliers of Aviation Fuel charging MOT in France
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For Mineral Oil Tax refund, please send your enquiry by using our contact form