Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has won three new cargo handling contracts in France with Rossiya/Aeroflot, Air India and Icelandair.
The contracts cover handling at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport as well as at WFS’ other airport locations across France. WFS commenced operations for Air India and Icelandair on 1 August and they will be joined by Rossiya/Aeroflot on 1 October.
WFS now handles cargo for more than 180 airlines in France, including 100 online customers.
WFS chief executive officer for Europe, John Batten says: “The decision of these three airlines to award contracts to WFS in France is testimony not only to the size of our operation but, more importantly, the quality of service our teams across the country consistently deliver for our customers.”
WFS handles over four million tonnes of cargo per annum for some 300 airline customers. It is present at over 145 major airports in 22 countries.