DHL steps up Vitoria operations

NORTHERN Spain’s Vitoria International Airport has strengthened its position within the network of DHL Aviation’s main sub-hubs, with a major increase in he number of operations. Starting this April, Valencia, Malaga and Seville will be new destinations, increasing the number of its weekly operations to a total of 125. This service enhancement underlines Vitoria International Airport as a strategic centre for cargo operations in Spain, Portugal and south-eastern France.

The five sub-hubs of Vitoria, East Midlands Airport, Bergamo (Italy), Brussels (Belgium) and Copenhagen (Denmark), distribute all DHL’s Europe-bound goods, with Leipzig/Halle being the main hub in Europe. This increase in the number of flights to and from Vitoria is in line with the DHL’s long-term strategy to expand and improve its service and to achieve the best punctuality scores anywhere in Europe, the company’s number one priority.

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