Baltic Ground Services signs an agreement with Lufthansa Group
- to provide into-plane fuelling services in the three largest airports in Poland
Baltic Ground Services has signed an into-plane fuelling services agreement with one of the largest aviation companies in the world Lufthansa Group which owns such globally renowned carriers as Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Austrian Airlines AG, SWISS International Air Lines Limited, Germanwings GmbH and others. Baltic Ground Services will provide into-plane fuelling services to these airlines in the largest three airports in Poland – Warsaw, Krakow and Katowice.
‘Our consistent business strategy is the reason why today we can enjoy some outstanding results. Since entering the Polish market several years ago we have been providing integrated aircraft ground handling services to our clients who have grown to appreciate the high quality of our facilities and the professional attitude of our leading specialists. The fact that we have been chosen by such globally prominent aviation company as Lufthansa only goes to prove once again that we are working towards the right direction and are able to offer optimum price-quality ratio,’ commented the CEO of Baltic Ground Services Saulius Batavicius.
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According to S.Batavicius, in order to increase the company’s competitiveness and expand its Polish market share even further, Baltic Ground Services will continue to keep its strategic plan on track and invest even more resources into improving its infrastructure and expanding the list of its capabilities in 2012.
The aircraft ground handling services provider serving the largest airlines in Europe projects that the into-plane fuelling services for the Deutsche Lufthansa AG carriers will increase the scope of its activities by 40%. Last year Deutsche Lufthansa AG carried over 100 million passengers. The group companies that own more than 400 subsidiaries and associated enterprises worldwide, operate the fleet of almost 700 aircraft.
Source : Baltic Ground Services
Apr 20, 2015 - Dublin, Ireland