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Menzies Aviation secures Sunwing Airlines contracts across North America

Posted 6 November 2019 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation today announced new contract agreements with Sunwing Airlines at three North American stations.

Princess Juliana International Airport on the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten.
Courtesy Menzies Aviation

From 6th November 2019, Menzies Aviation will deliver ground handling services for the Canadian leisure airline at stations including Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport and Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport in Canada and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida.

With a term of three years, these contracts encompass passenger, ramp, and cabin cleaning services. Across the three airports, 150 Menzies Aviation professionals will handle approximately 900 flights per annum for Sunwing Airlines.

These new contracts build on Menzies Aviation’s established relationship with Sunwing Airlines, with Menzies already providing ground handling services to the carrier at Saskatoon Airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport in Canada, Orlando International Airport and Daytona Beach International Airport in Florida, Princess Juliana International Airport on the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten, as well as 10 stations in Mexico.

Giles Wilson, Chief Executive Officer said: “It is great to see Sunwing Airlines broadening our successful relationship to span 18 airports across North and Central America. These awards are testament to the success of our partnership so far and the hard work and quality service delivered by Menzies Aviation employees on the ground.

"We are particularly thrilled that our Canadian business continues to grow rapidly, and look forward to deepening our presence in North America.”


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