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Menzies Aviation secures German contracts

Posted 24 April 2019 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation has today announced three contract wins and renewals across its German network.

In Hamburg, Menzies will handle an additional two daily flights to Friedrichshafen for Sun-Air Scandinavia. Menzies will deliver ground handling services for the Danish regional airline, having already handled over 700 flights during the 2018/19 winter season. Menzies also provide ground handling to Sun-Air at Oslo and Gothenburg Airports, equating to 1,720 turns per year in total.
At Munich International Airport, Menzies has been awarded a contract with British Airways CityFlyer, which will see the delivery of passenger handling services for the airline’s three daily services to London City Airport. 
At Frankfurt Airport, Ukraine International Airlines will be increasing its service to Kiev Boryspill Airport to two flights per day during the summer season between March and October, with passenger handling services provided by Menzies.
Menzies Aviation Germany began operations in March 2017, providing passenger handling services at Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt and Dusseldorf.
Jamie Ross, EVP EMEA said: “It is great to see continued expansion across our European operations, following recent contract wins in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Prague and Amsterdam.

"Our German team work tirelessly to deliver our customers the premium ground handling service they have come to expect from Menzies, and these contract wins with Sun-Air, BA CityFlyer and Ukraine International Airlines are a testament to their hard work and commitment.”


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