Finnair selects Skyport for Prague cargo handling

Source: Skyport

Finnair Cargo has selected Skyport to provide cargo handling services for its flights to Prague Airport.

Cargo will be handled at Skyport’s recently-upgraded semi-automated 8,300 sq m airside facility in Prague.

“Skyport’s new full barcode and QR scanner system will give Finnair Cargo end-to-end real time visibility of its cargo as it moves through our facility,” said David Adámek, chief executive, Skyport.

“We have also invested in upgrading and expanding the handling capability of our automatic loading systems (ALS) to ensure we have the most cost-effective and timely solution for our customers.”

Skyport is the main cargo handler at Prague Airport and its facility offers a 100,000-tonne cargo capacity

Earlier this year, infrastructure investment firm Ventus and Singapore company Sky Logistica teamed up to buy Skyport.

 

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