WFS to handle Air China cargo at Heathrow

WORLDWIDE Flight Services (WFS) has won Air China’s cargo handling contract at London’s Heathrow Airport.The three-year contract will see WFS handle some 11,000 tonnes of cargo a year for the airline through its Building 550 warehouse operation at Heathrow. Air China operates daily Airbus flights from the airport to Beijing, connecting to destinations throughout Asia.In addition, WFS will provide cargo reception facilities for the airline throughout the UK and Ireland and be responsible for managing all trucking for Air China. This includes supporting the airline’s Frankfurt and Paris freighters.WFS is also providing office accommodation at its Heathrow premises for Air China’s GSA partner, Eurasia Air Cargo.

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