Dnata wins British Airways and Iberia Business in Switzerland
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, December 04 - 2012 at 14:02
- PRESS RELEASE
Dnata announced that it has been selected by British Airways and Iberia to provide ground handling services at both Zurich and Geneva Airports in Switzerland.
Dnata's business in Switzerland already provides passenger, baggage, ramp and cargo handling services at both Zurich and Geneva to over 60 airlines from around the world.
The Dnata teams in Zurich and Geneva continue to provide the highest level of service to their airline customers and are committed to maintaining the integrity of airline schedules, protecting the on-time performance of some 30,000 aircraft turnarounds a year.
Dnata recently commenced de-icing activities at Zurich Airport and now provides this service at both Swiss airports. This follows an investment of 3.2 million Euros in state-of-the-art Elephant Beta de-icing trucks from Vestergaard.
These will now form part of the crucial fleet of vehicles needed to help the Dnata team provide even more efficient service for British Airways, Iberia and all its airline customers at these two airports, giving them increased peace of mind over the winter season.
In addition to holding ISO 9001:2008, Dnata became the first ground handling operation in Switzerland to achieve IATA's ISAGO accreditation for its entire operation, setting a national industry benchmark.
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