Menzies Aviation wins European contracts

Edinburgh-based Menzies Aviation, the global aviation logistics specialist, on Tuesday announced contract wins and renewals in Sweden, Norway, Romania and Amsterdam.

The firm announced a raft of contract renewals at Stockholm Arlanda Airport in Sweden.

Menzies has extended its agreement to deliver ground handling services to easyJet, while Air France KLM and Turkish Airlines have renewed their ground handling contracts at both Arlanda Airport and Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport for three and five years respectively. 

At Oslo Airport in Norway, Menzies has secured a new five-year contract with Eurowings, which will see the delivery of full ground handling services.

Menzies is already the partner of choice for Eurowings at multiple airports, including London Heathrow, Amsterdam and Windhoek.

In Romania, Wizz Air has renewed its contract at lași International Airport for an additional three years, where Menzies delivers ground handling services including de-icing.

Lufthansa has renewed its contract at Timisoara Traian Vuia International Airport for a further three years, where Menzies also provides passenger handling.

At Amsterdam Airport, Menzies has secured a new contract for two years with Air Astana, which will see the delivery of full ground handling services including de-icing.

Miguel Gomez, Menzies Aviation SVP North, East & West Europe: “It is great to see continued growth across our European stations.

“Multiple contract renewals clearly show that our strategic focus of growing the business organically is paying off, helping to fuel growth in our Scandinavian, Romanian and Amsterdam operations.”

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