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18.12.2009

Zurich, 18 December 2009 - Swissport International, global leader in the air transport ground handling sector, is pleased to announce the appointment of Johannes C. Spindler to the post of General Counsel & Head Legal Affairs. Upon assuming his new duties as of 15 March 2010, Johannes C. Spindler will hold the title of Executive Vice President and become a member of Swissport Executive Management. [more]

07.12.2009

Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the aviation sector, has concluded a comprehensive partnership with Aer Lingus in the cargo field. The multinational agreement offers a model of how such accords may be structured in future to ensure sustainable long-term success for the partners involved. [more]

17.11.2009

Swissport International, the world’s leading aviation services company, has been awarded a ground handling licence for Munich Airport. Swissport and its local joint-venture partner Losch Airport Service won the corresponding tender process against various well-known competitors. The seven-year licence will enable Swissport/Losch to provide ramp (apron) services at the airport. These operations have now been scheduled to commence on 1 March 2010. [more]

29.10.2009

Zurich, 29 October 2009 – Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the aviation sector, is to extend its existing cooperation agreement with leading European low-cost carrier easyJet for a further four years. The accord, which is of major importance to both partners, covers the provision of ground services at Geneva Airport for some 31 000 movements a year. [more]

23.10.2009

Zurich, 23 October 2009 – Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the Aviation sector, and its local venture partner Inter Airport Services, obtained the licence to launch ground handling business activities in Costa Rica. The long-term agreement covers the two inter-national Airports Juan Santa Maria in San Jose and Daniel Oduber in Liberia, is scheduled to commence on 1 November 2009. [more]

12.10.2009

Zurich, 12 October 2009 – Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground handling services to the aviation sector, has entrusted a number of experienced airfreight specialists with new management duties to strengthen its European cargo organisation. The appointments cover the Dutch and French cargo markets. Swissport also reports encouraging major new business and further commercial successes in its airfreight handling activities. [more]

08.10.2009

Zurich, 8 October 2009 – Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the aviation sector, has been appointed by Qantas Freight to provide cargo ground handling services at London Heathrow Airport. Operations started smoothly and successfully in mid-September. The new business is the third major win by Swissport Cargo Services UK within the last two month, following South African Airways and Finnair. [more]

01.10.2009

Zurich, 1 October 2009 – Swissport will be terminating its passenger handling activities at Vienna Airport at the end of 2009. The world’s leading ground handler has been compelled to take this action following the collapse of SkyEurope in August and the insufficient prospects of positive local business development in the longer term. Swissport will now seek the best possible solutions for all the airlines affected by its decision, and hopes that the employees concerned – around 70 – can be taken over by the airport’s handling agents together with their duties.[more]

18.09.2009

Zurich/Geneva, 18 September 2009 – Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the aviation sector, has appointed Michel Glorieux as its new CEO of Swissport Geneva. Glorieux, who is 43, takes over from Ernst Hochuli, who will retire at the end of this year. [more]

17.09.2009

Swissport International, the world’s leading provider of ground services to the aviation sector, has marked a further e-services milestone with the introduction of a new self-service facility for reporting lost baggage. The new “Lost & Found Self-Service Kiosk” enables any traveller who finds that their baggage is missing on arrival at Geneva Airport to swiftly enter all the relevant details and obtain the latest information on their delayed or missing bag.[more]

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