Airlines

WFS and Singapore Airlines extend cargo handling partnership

Singapore Airlines

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has been awarded three-year cargo handling contract extensions with Singapore Airlines in the United Kingdom, France, and Belgium.

In the UK, in addition to renewing its cargo handling and UK domestic road feeder services with WFS at London Heathrow and Manchester airports, Singapore’s national carrier is also partnering with WFS for cargo handling at London Gatwick Airport for the launch this month of five Airbus A350-900 direct flights a week connecting to Singapore Changi Airport.

In Paris, the new 3-year contract will extend WFS’ service to Singapore Airlines in France to over 40 years, having commenced in 1986 at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Singapore Airlines is also renewing its commitment to WFS in Brussels, where the two companies have worked together since 2021.

John Batten, Chief Executive Officer, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia (EMEAA) at WFS commented: “We are proud to be growing our relationship with Singapore Airlines and to be supporting the airline’s global reputation for service excellence.

“As part of SATS Group, WFS is now able to offer an end-to-end cargo handling solution on these routes, which leverages the uniqueness of our partnership and ownership”.

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