Adria extends Frankfurt cargo contract

Adria Airways has extended its handling contract with Fraport Cargo Services (FCS) at Frankfurt airport, Europe’s largest cargo hub.
FCS will continue handling all the Slovenian national airline’s freight operations at Frankfurt, continuing a commercial relationship that stretches back to 1990.
Andreas Helfer, managing director of FCS, said: “We regard this step as a clear sign of confidence in our company, since Adria Airways has always insisted on safety, quality and service. We will keep on doing our best to meet our customer’s requirements.”
Adria Airways is headquartered in Ljubljana with a fleet of 13 aircraft, operating 220 weekly flights to more than 20 different European cities.
It flies freight twice a day to Frankfurt from Ljubljana and Pristina, the capital of Kosovo. 

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