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Menzies Aviation secures renewals with Norwegian Air at four US airports

Posted 19 August 2019 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation today announced a two year renewal with Norwegian Air, which sees Menzies extend its long standing relationship dating back to 2014 at four major US airports.


 
The two year renewal will see Menzies deliver a full suite of ground handling services at Newark Liberty International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Orlando International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport which will service nearly 3,000 flights per annum.

The renewal also includes a cargo renewal at Los Angeles International Airport totaling 18,000 tonnes per annum.
 
Giles Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, John Menzies plc said: “We are delighted that Norwegian Air has yet again selected Menzies as its ground and cargo handling partner of choice at such strategically important US airports.

"These renewals are proof of the great relationship Menzies has cultivated with Norwegian over the past five years and most importantly, the quality of service delivered by Menzies professionals at each airport. We look forward to further strengthening our relationship with Norwegian over the next two years.”

 


 
 

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