China Airlines selects WFS as Honolulu cargo ground handler

China Airlines has selected World Flight Services as its cargo ground handler in Honolulu.
WFS has served China Airlines in Honolulu since 2001 when it was first awarded a passenger services contract. In 2005, it also won the airline’s ramp handling contract, and in May 2017, WFS successfully bid to handle China Airlines’ cargo business.
The airline currently operates a daily service from Honolulu to Narita, Japan, and twice-weekly flights to Taipei.
Ray Jetha, senior vice president, sales & business development for WFS in North America, said: “We are extremely proud that China Airlines continues to show its confidence in WFS in Honolulu by recognising the quality of the services we deliver for the airline and its customers, and through the awarding of another new contract for cargo handling.
"This is a great tribute to our local team and clearly demonstrates the importance and value of high quality customer service.”
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