Jettainer and Thomas Cooks extend their ULD cooperation

Outsourced ULD management specialist Jettainer and Thomas Cook Group Airlines are expanding their cooperation.
The new contract not only covers Condor, a Jettainer customer since 2006, but also Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia.
As a result, all the carriers’ ULDs will now be looked after by the same service partner, with Jettainer responsible for steering, positioning, repairing and maintaining more than 1,800 ULDs (pallets and containers).
The ULD specialist uses modern and environmentally-friendly containers as part of this process. Both the standard units (AKE model) and also the larger containers (DQF model) have been switched to extremely light versions weighing just 58kg and 99kg.
Two of the lightweight containers in use will receive a special film wrap with a floral design – emphasising the environmental aspect of the contract – to mark the agreement’s launch.

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