in Aerospace

Menzies Aviation secures UK contracts with BA and easyJet

Posted 23 May 2019 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation today announced three contract agreements to deliver aircraft cleaning services to British Airways and easyJet.

Menzies Aviation received full clearance for the acquisition of Airline Services Limited (ASL) in January 2019. This acquisition has deepened Menzies’ product offering across the UK and was an exciting bolt-on to the existing business. The cabin cleaning business brought with ASL has expanded with the award of key contracts.
From July 2019 Menzies has been awarded a new three year contract with British Airways at London Heathrow, which sees Menzies broadening its service provision at Europe’s busiest airport. Menzies will deliver aircraft ultra-cleaning services and carpet shampooing for a minimum of 1,800 aircraft per year. This contract means that Menzies will be welcoming 97 new employees to its Heathrow team.
At London Luton Airport and Edinburgh Airport, Menzies has been appointed to deliver aircraft cabin cleaning services for all easyJet base aircraft – which includes twenty four aircraft at Luton and eight at Edinburgh. Both contracts are three year agreements beginning in August 2019.
Giles Wilson, Interim Chief Executive Officer said: “We are delighted to have been chosen as British Airways’ and easyJet’s cleaning partner of choice at such strategically important locations for the airlines. We are looking forward to working closely with both carriers to deliver the excellent standards of service Menzies is known for.
“Not only do these awards grow our footprint with key customers and service capabilities at UK hub airports, but underpin the strategic rationale for the acquisition of ASL which allows us to provide a wider product offering to our customers.
“These contracts come at a time of real positive momentum for Menzies’ UK business; we have refreshed the leadership team and we are focussing on our customer relationships and winning new profitable business. Good progress has been made following a series of ground handling and cargo contract wins and renewals at Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Glasgow respectively.”


* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Latest News

Thormac partner with Sekisui on resin trial

Thormac has partnered with Sekisui SPI on trialling a new resin suitable for use on aircraft interiors.

Airbus forecasts over 39,000 new aircraft required in next 20 years

According to Airbus, the world’s passenger and freighter aircraft fleet is set to more than double from today’s nearly 23,000 to almost 48,000 by 2038 with traffic growing at 4.3% annually, also resulting in a need for 550,000 new pilots

More passenger growth for Cardiff Airport

The national airport for Wales has rounded off its busiest month of summer travel, with over 216,000 passengers having jetted off in August.

Wizz Air launches flights to Krakow and Poznan from Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport is delighted to have launched two new routes with Wizz Air this week, welcoming back the popular Poznan route and introducing a new route to Krakow.

Zaun looks to fence in Commonwealth Games opportunity

London 2012 Olympics fencer Zaun Ltd is developing its patented protective fencing systems to avail itself of the opportunities being afforded by the 2022 Commonwealth Games coming to Birmingham in three years.

Stansted Airport College plans UK’s first aviation education and skills campus

Stansted Airport College – the first purpose built further education college at a UK airport – has marked the start of the new school year by unveiling ambitious plans for the future of the facility.

See us at
VIDSE BT1605060320SMI ActiveP BT1206121119SMI GMS BT1906071119SMI FAV BT1006141119FIL20BT010819260720ADSS1000DBT1706171019DSEI JP BT1605201119