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Menzies Aviation renews United Airlines contract at Heathrow

Posted 7 February 2020 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation has announced the renewal of its contract with United Airlines at London Heathrow airport.


Courtesy Menzies Aviation


The contract will see Menzies Aviation handle United Airlines’ aircraft cabin cleaning for the next five years. It is its largest cabin services contract in the UK, currently servicing up to 18 United Airlines aircrafts per day.

The announcement follows Menzies Aviation’s major contract renewals at London Heathrow with American Airlines announced last month and with the Lufthansa Group, announced in October 2019.

Arvind Garcha, United Airlines Regional Director Airport Operations UK said: “We are delighted to renew our longstanding partnership with Menzies Aviation at London Heathrow. Cabin appearance is an important factor in our customer satisfaction measurement and the Menzies team goes above and beyond to consistently deliver good results. I’m pleased to see our partnership continuing.”

John Henderson, Menzies Aviation SVP UK and Ireland added: “We have worked with United Airlines for more than twenty years and I am very happy to secure this relationship for another five years. Our team on the ground at Heathrow is diligent about cabin services, and this renewal is down to their hard work.”

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