Air France and KLM chose SAS Ground Services as their new provider of ground handling at Aberdeen Airport, both regarding passenger services and ramp handling. The agreements are valid from March 1.
KLM is operating 28 flights weekly to Amsterdam and Air France is operating 20 flights weekly to Paris, Charles de Gaulle.
„Both KLM and Air France are very pleased to be taken care of by SGS at Aberdeen and are looking forward to working together“, says Niels Burgers, Operational support manager
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Europe & Gulf. „Extensive talks, familiarization and training have now been completed so that all is well in place before the first day of commencement.“
„We are very happy that Air France and KLM chose SAS Ground Services as their partner at Aberdeen Airport,“ says Christer Svensson, Managing Director for SAS Ground Services UK.
„It is especially pleasing to have attracted such prestigious customers, as we set up our operation at Aberdeen Airport just recently.“
For further information, please contact:
Christer Svensson, Managing Director for SAS Ground Services UK Ltd
Phone: +44 (0) 7812 090622 or e-mail: email@example.com
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
AIR FRANCE is one of the subsidiaries of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group, the world’s leading airline group in terms of turnover. For more information visit www.airfrance.com
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is an international airline operating worldwide. KLM forms the core of the KLM Group, other members being KLM city hopper and transavia.com. KLM merged with Air France in 2004 in a business model that is unique in the aviation industry.
For more information visit www.klm.com