Tag: Milan Malpensa Airport

Swiss WorldCargo commences 3-year cargo handling contract with WFS Milan Malpensa Airport

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS), a member of the SATS Group, has commenced a new three-year cargo handling contract with Swiss WorldCargo at Milan Malpensa Airport in Italy. WFS expects to handle annually 2,000 tonnes of cargo in Milan Malpensa for the airfreight division of SWISS, which serves t...

WFS becomes first cargo handler to gain authorised receiver status at Milan Malpensa

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has become the first cargo handler at Milan Malpensa Airport to be awarded Authorised Receiver status by Italy’s Customs authority. The approval means freight forwarders can now clear and offload cargo directly at WFS’ cargo terminal at the airport, which offe...

Airport Handling joins forces with Beta Trans to offer integrated cargo services at Milan Malpensa

Airport Handling, dnata’s joint venture in Italy, and Beta Trans have inked a strategic partnership to provide a full range of cargo services to customers at Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP). The two companies’ joint offering includes high quality and safe ramp and cargo handling, warehousing and r...

Alha was awarded ramp handling services in Malpensa for AirBridgeCargo

Alha was awarded a Ground Handling contract at Milan Malpensa Airport to handle freighter operations for AirBridgeCargo Airlines, one of the leading international all-cargo carriers. The contract also extends to all operations of ATRAN Airlines, the express cargo carrier within Volga-Dnepr Group...

Milan joins Virgin Atlantic’s cargo-only network in September

Virgin Atlantic Cargo is extending its cargo-only network to Italy, launching twice-weekly services connecting London Heathrow and Milan. Starting with the first flight on Saturday 12th September, the airline will subsequently commence Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 flights from London every Thursda...

WFS joins the coronavirus relief effort to help save lives in Italy

Worldwide Flight Services’ (WFS) team at Milan’s Malpensa Airport are supporting the urgent medical effort to saves the lives of coronavirus victims in Italy by expediting the handling of time-sensitive materials destined for hospitals and medical centres. In recent days, this included handl...

Cargolux Italia launches new freighter connection to Seoul Incheon

Cargolux Italia - a subsidiary of the Cargolux Airlines - has launched a new freighter route between Milan Malpensa Airport and Seoul's Incheon International Airport. The new frequency started on 16 July, includes two weekly connections between Milan and Incheon departing the Italian city on Tue...

Milan Malpensa reports tonnage slowdown in 1st half of 2019

Milan Malpensa Airport has reported that the general slowdown in global cargo volumes which persisted throughout 2018 has continued into the first half of 2019. The Italian gateway said tonnage was down by 6.7 per cent in the first six months of the year and on a rolling 12-month basis tonnage h...

ALHA Group launches new pharma dolly – CoolBox

ALHA Group has presented CoolBox in Milan today - a new refrigerated dolly for controlled-temperature ramp handling and transportation for pharmaceuticals and temperature-sensitive goods. CoolBox is an innovative refrigerated equipment and ALHA said that it represents the best performing cool dol...

WFS invests in new cargo terminal at Milan-Malpensa

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has increased its ability to support growing cargo volumes at Milan-Malpensa Airport by investing in a new cargo terminal capable of handling over 47,000 tonnes a year. Malpensa is WFS’ first cargo handling facility in Italy, where the company previously only ope...

American to move into new facility at Milan Malpensa in August

American Airlines Cargo will move into a new expanded 5,000 square metre cargo facility at Milan Malpensa Airport in August. The US belly carrier will be the launch customer for the new Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) cargo facility at Malpensa and will move all its on airport operations there by...

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