Dnata scoops new Egyptair Cargo handling deal in Dubai

Egyptair Cargo has awarded dnata with the cargo handling contract for its freighter service calling at Dubai World Central (DWC).
The deal will see dnata provide the airline with cargo handling services from its facility at DWC.
Egyptair will initially operate one cargo flight a week between Dubai and Cairo using an Airbus A300F aircraft.
Dnata has been providing ground handling services to Egyptair at Dubai International Airport since 2005.
Including Egyptair, dnata’s cargo operations serve over 120 airlines at 43 airports handling over 3 million tonnes of cargo a year. 
Bernd Struck, senior vice president, UAE Cargo & DWC Airline Services for dnata, said: “Delivering service and operational excellence to our customers has been the core of our business for decades. DWC is designed to support logistics well into the future and we are excited to welcome EGYPTAIR to be part of this journey with us.”
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