With the addition of Osaka and Fukuoka, Swissport reports it is now supporting Cebu Pacific at all Japanese stations. Swissport also operates at Nagoya and Tokyo’s Narita and Haneda airports.
In Japan, Swissport’s relationship with Cebu Pacific, the Philippines’ low-cost airline, goes back to 2014.
Swissport recently renewed all existing agreements and, following a successful competitive tender, was awarded Osaka and Fukuoka for both ground handling and cargo. Excluding Nagoya, where Swissport does not have a cargo operation, Swissport is Cebu Pacific’s sole provider in Japan, handling 35 flights per week across four airports.Cebu Pacific to expand on our collaboration is a great acknowledgment of our teams’ consistent and dedicated service delivery,” said Stephan Kaeser, director & COO for Swissport Japan.“We are extremely proud and delighted that Swissport’s superior performance has led to an expansion of our partnership throughout Cebu’s entire Japanese network,” said Brad Moore, Swissport’s managing director for APAC. “We look forward to bringing our unrivalled levels of safety and service to all airports served by Cebu Pacific as they scale back up in 2022.” “To receive the trust from