Singapore Airlines Cargo extends handling contract with Frankfurt Cargo Services

Frankfurt Cargo Services (FCS) and Singapore Cargo Airlines have renewed the carrier’s handling contract at the German airport, Europe’s largest airfreight hub by volumes.
Hans-Georg Emmert, managing director of FCS, said: “We are very pleased that Singapore Airlines, one of Asia’s leading airlines, has decided to extend its contract with FCS Frankfurt Cargo Services for providing landside cargo handling services at Frankfurt Airport.
“This extension of the handling contract clearly underscores Singapore Airlines Cargo confidence in FCS, especially our high standards for security, quality and service. We will continue to do our utmost to meet the expectations and requirements of our customers in the future.”
With 21 weekly flights from and to Singapore and New York and numerous truck connections to Frankfurt, SIA Cargo is an important customer for FCS, the largest airline-independent cargo handler at Frankfurt Airport.
FCS is a subsidiary of Worldwide Flight Services (WFS), the world largest cargo handler, and Fraport, the owner and operator of one of Europe’s largest commercial airports and the largest German airport group.

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