Ground handling and aircraft fuelling services provider, Baltic Ground Services (BGS), has extended its cooperation with the Latvian low-cost carrier airBaltic. The agreement covers ground handling services provided at Warsaw Chopin International Airport (IATA: WAW).
BGS says the extended ground handling contract strengthens its long-standing partnership with the airline spanning across six airports in central and eastern Europe. BGS already provides airBaltic with aircraft fuelling services in Vilnius, Warsaw, Riga, Odessa, Kaunas and Palanga airports.
Linas Geguzis, Chairman of the Board at BGS commented: “Maintaining the trust of the biggest airline in the Baltics in the competitive environment of Warsaw airport is a clear proof of the quality of our services. This further strengthens our positions in the Polish market as well as gives us the confidence and motivational boost for the expansion of our operations. We are looking forward to expanding our cooperation with airBaltic in our new markets such as Ukraine, as well as grow the volume of our partnership in Warsaw and other locations.”