Network Airline Services renews with WFS in Belgium and the Netherlands

By Damian Brett

Sales agent Network Airline Services has renewed its ground handling agreement with Worldwide Flight Services in Belgium and The Netherlands, with other stations potentially being confirmed later this year.

The two companies started working together in 2015 and both Marc Claesen – WFS senior vice president commercial EMEAA and Patricia Heilbrink – managing director of NAS Europe said they are pleased to continue the relationship for a further five years.

WFS handles various airlines for the wider Network Aviation Group in The Netherlands including Allied Air Cargo, Astral Aviation, Air Malta, and RwandAir as well as Allied Air Cargo, Astral Aviation, Air Malta and Air Mauritius in Belgium.

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