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Menzies Aviation renews de-icing contracts with Norwegian

Posted 15 December 2021 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation has today announced the renewal of de-icing contracts with Norway’s largest airline, Norwegian, at three Scandinavian airports.

Above: Menzies' de-icing services at Oslo Airport.
Courtesy Menzies Aviation

 
The two-year contracts will see Menzies provide de-icing services for Norwegian at Oslo Airport, Copenhagen Airport and Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport. It is expected Menzies will support 33,500 turns at Oslo Airport, 13,900 turns at Copenhagen Airport and 200 turns at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport annually.
 
Menzies also provides a range of ground services for Norwegian in Prague, Amsterdam, Budapest and Nice, having established a relationship with the airline in 2015.
 
Miguel Gomez, Executive Vice President, Europe, at Menzies Aviation, said: “We are delighted to be strengthening our relationship with Norwegian and reinforcing our de-icing network across three Scandinavian airports.

"These renewals are the result of the close working partnership we have established with Norwegian at its home base in Oslo and the de-icing expertise demonstrated on the ground by Menzies professionals, with services often delivered in challenging conditions.”
 

 

 

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