SAS Ground Services chosen by Icelandair at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport


06 Feb 2007 [17:15h]     Bookmark and Share



Icelandair chose SAS Ground Services (SGS) as its new provider of passenger services at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. The contract is effective from February 1.

The new contract together with SGS‘ current services to Icelandair in the Nordic countries entails approx. 2,450 departures per year.

Icelandair is operating four flights weekly to Reykjavik, increasing to nine weekly during the summer season.

„The choice of SAS Ground Services is based on that they have the right match between product, service and price“, says Astthor Ingason, Manager Stations at Icelandair.

„We are proud that Icelandair choose to expand their business relations to SAS Ground Services“, says Jo Alex Tanem, Area Manager SAS Ground Services West & South Europe. „We are also very happy to be able to offer a product that matches the customer’s demands in regards to price as well as quality.“

For further information, please contact:
Jo Alex Tanem, Area Manager, SAS Ground Services West & South Europe
Phone: +33 611568351 or e-mail: joalex.tanem@sas.dk

SAS Ground Services, SGS, is a full-service provider of airline ground handling and airport related services and a wholly owned subsidiary of the SAS Group. SGS is the largest ground handling company in Scandinavia and is also present at many locations around the world, totally at 160 airports in 40 countries. SGS has an annual turnover of SEK 6,200 million and about 8,200 employees. SGS International provides airline ground handling and other airport related services, either under personal management or as a consolidator. SGS International provides ground handling at approximately 120 airports worldwide, has a turnover of SEK 1,5 billion and about 1,000 employees.

For more information visit www.sasground.com Icelandair is the largest subsidiary of Icelandair Group. The purpose of company is to be a profitable international full service airline which offers its customers quality service. The company offers scheduled flights from Iceland to Europe and North America to more than 20 destinations. The company operates a fleet of 20 aircraft for its schedule, and for the Group’s charter and cargo operations. 


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