Swissport

Swissport 

187 airports in which it operates

43 countries in which it operates

650 airlines served

Swissport

Swissport increased its revenues by 5.7% to 1,149.7 million euro, with EBITDA of 58.4 million euro.

  • Highlights include: the start of operations in Spain and Bulgaria (Sofia), the new contracts awarded in the United Kingdom and integration of operations in Japan (Nagoya) and Korea.

  • At the end of 2007, a contract was awarded for ground handling services for South African Airways (SAA) in O.R Tambo, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth and East London International in South Africa.

  • The cargo business generated revenues of 450 million Swiss francs, a double digit increase on the 2006 figure. Swissport provides cargo services in 80 airports.

  • Swissport International is completing construction of its new cargo terminal in Ben-Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv (Israel), which is due to open towards the middle of 2008.

  • It won the "Global Aviation Ground Services Company 2007" award for service quality.

Swissport: From landing to takeoff

Swissport: From landing to takeoff

Swissport, ground-handling subsidiary of Ferrovial Servicios, is the most international company in the group. Boasting 30.000 employees spread across 43 countries. Swissport provides ground services for over 70 million passengers and 3.5 million tonnes of cargo a year.

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