Menzies Aviation wins Delta cargo work

Menzies Aviation has announced it has been awarded the Delta Air Lines cargo handling contract at London’s Heathrow Airport.
The three-year contract will commence on the 30 March when Delta inaugurates flights to Heathrow, in addition to their current London Gatwick operation.
Menzies Aviation will provide full on-airport import and export cargo handling services to the airline.
The airline will operate three flights daily – two from New York JFK and one from Atlanta to Heathrow using Boeing 767 aircraft.
Mark Dugard, operations director cargo UK & Ireland, Menzies Aviation, said: “We are delighted to have been chosen by Delta Air Lines to handle their new London Heathrow cargo operation and look forward to a long and successful partnership working with them on this new and exciting venture.”

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