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Menzies Aviation ground handling at Princess Juliana Airport extended

Posted 27 August 2019 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation today announced the extension of its ground handling licence at Princess Juliana International Airport, on the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten.


 
The five year extension will see Menzies deliver its premium ground handling offering up until December 2026 and will represent over 7,700 aircraft turns per annum for multiple airlines operating at the Caribbean Airport. Menzies recently invested in new equipment and vehicles at its Sint Maarten station, in order to improve the passenger experience.
 
Giles Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, John Menzies plc said: “Sint Maarten is an important station for us in the Caribbean, and the extension of our ground handling licence at Princess Juliana International Airport clearly demonstrates that airport management have confidence in our services.

"Menzies’ team of professionals have been delivering a premium ground handling service in Sint Maarten since 2001 and I look forward to working with airlines flying to and from the island for an additional five years.”


 

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