Singapore Airlines Cargo extends WFS partnership

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) Cargo has extended its cargo handling agreement with Worldwide Flight Services (WFS). The new contract will cover Dublin, Shannon and Cork (Republic of Ireland).
This is an extension of SIA Cargo’s recent announcement that it is renewing its existing handling contract with WFS at Manchester airport (UK) for three more years. At Manchester, WFS handles SIA Cargo’s 777 flights to Singapore, via Munich, as well as all cargo from the north of England for the carrier’s 747-400 freighter operations from London Heathrow and Europe.

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