Swissport International, das weltweit führende Unternehmen für Bodenabfertigung in der Luftfahrtindustrie, hat das finnische Ground-Handling-Unternehmen Inter Handling und deren Schwesterfirma Inter Handling Turku übernommen. Damit soll die Expansion der Gruppe auf diesem wichtigen und vielversprechenden Markt weiter vorangetrieben werden.
Swissport, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the aviation sector, is to acquire Flightcare Spain and Flightcare Belgium from FCC Versia, significantly expanding Swissport’s network in Spain and allowing it to become a full-service provider at Brussels Airport by adding ground handling services to its portfolio.
Seit dem 20. April 2011 kommen die Gäste der Panorama Lounge am Flughafen Zürich in den Genuss der ersten Kooperation zwischen Samsung und Swissport.
The sale announced on 2 November 2010 of Swissport, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the aviation sector, by Ferrovial of Spain to French-based private equity firm PAI Partners was formally concluded as planned
UK security company, Octavian Security, has announced its entry into the world aviation security market, as the company has become the official UK security arm of Swissport International – by taking ownership of the Checkport UK franchise.
Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the aviation sector, and Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) have extended their highly successful collaboration. The new contract for 2010-2015 covers all ground handling at SWISS’s three Swiss airports, with a total annual volume of some 64 000 flights.
Spain’s state airport operator AENA has awarded Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground handling services to the aviation sector, a concession to provide care and assistance at eight Spanish airports for travellers with restricted mobility. The two-year concession enters into effect at the end of July.
Mark Faulkner, currently CEO of Swissport’s UK organisation, is to leave the company at the end of this month to take on a new professional challenge. Robin Dickie, a proven executive with extensive experience in various management capacities, has been appointed to take over as interim CEO on 1 June.
Martin Meyer, Swissport International’s Global Key Account Manager Ground Handling, is to leave the world’s leading ground handler today to take on a new professional challenge.
Swissport’s Europe/Africa ground handling division is profiting from the slight recovery in the aviation sector. The division has concluded a number of major commercial agreements recently in Spain, France, Bulgaria, Algeria and Tanzania.