Aviator renews a partnership agreement with easyJet in Copenhagen
Aviator Airport Alliance, a full-range provider of aviation services at 15 airports across the Nordics and a family member of Avia Solutions Group, renewed a partnership agreement with easyJet airlines for ground handling services.
The contract was won through Aviator’s subsidiary Copenhagen Flights Services ApS (CFS). The company will provide easyJet airlines with full ground handling services, from check-in, to push back, to de-icing services, at Copenhagen Airport.
CFS has been working with easyJet for over 10 years already and the newly renewed contract extends the partnership for 5 more years.
Linus Olofsson, Station Manager at Copenhagen Flights Services, commented on the renewal: “During such turbulent times, strong and reliable partnerships are of utmost importance. We are glad that easyJet decided to continue working with us and chose Copenhagen Flights Services as their ground handling providers at Copenhagen Airport. We are sure that our flexible, quality services will meet every easyJet ground handling and de-icing need.”
Jo Alex Tanem, CEO of Aviator Airport, commented: “We are delighted to see the continuation of strong and successful partnership between CF Sand easyJet. Over the 10 years of working together, we were able to maintain a great relationship, focused on mutual business benefit. We trust that this renewal will allow both companies to further grow and prosper.”
Valerie Germanon, Head of Ground Operations Delivery and Paul Butler, Regional Operations & Contracts Manager at easyJet, had this to say about the new partnership: “We are very happy to work with Copenhagen Flights Services. Over the years we have found CFS to be a trustworthy and extremely professional partner, so the continuation of the agreement is an exciting development. We hope to be able to work together for many years to come.”
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