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Menzies Aviation to provide Loganair's ground handling at Manchester Airport

Posted 5 September 2019 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation has been awarded a new ground handling contract by Loganair at Manchester Airport.


Courtesy Menzies Aviation

 
Menzies will deliver ground handling services to the Scottish regional airline’s fleet up until July 2022, which will see the Menzies’ team of aviation professionals handle 6 flights a day, adding to a total of 1,728 flights per annum.

The contract win has also been able to offer employment to some new colleagues at Manchester where it already provides ground handling, cabin presentation and de-icing services to a number of other airlines.
 
Giles Wilson, Chief Executive Officer said: “It is a testament to the great work of Menzies employees in Manchester that Loganair have awarded us this three year ground handling contract.

"The team on the ground worked tirelessly hard to deliver a start-up service for Loganair with limited notice, and we are extremely proud of our employees for being so responsive to a new customer’s needs. I look forward to building on our relationship with Loganair.”


 

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