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1. Worldwide Flight Services to Acquire Swissport’s Cargo Business at Copenhagen Airport
Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has signed an agreement to acquire Swissport’s cargo business at Copenhagen Airport. Under the terms of the agreement, Swissport will transfer all business activities to WFS on 1 October 2014. WFS will take over Swissport’s 4,200m˛ cargo terminal at Copenhagen Airport, which handles 18,000 tonnes a year on behalf of leading international airlines.
2. Cerberus to Acquire Worldwide Flight Services
An affiliate of Cerberus Capital Management has entered into an agreement to acquire Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) from Platinum Equity. Headquartered in Paris, WFS is one of the world’s largest air cargo handlers and a leading provider of ground handling services with over €1.2 billion of total revenues. WFS has a presence in 198 airport locations in 22 countries and serves over
3. WFS Wins Brussels Airlines Contract at Manchester Airport
Brussels Airlines has awarded a long-term passenger and ramp handling contract to Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) at Manchester International Airport. Effective 1 February 2014, the three-year agreement will see WFS providing services for Brussels Airlines’ 19 flights a week between the two cities. The carrier serves Manchester using AVRO RJ100, Airbus A319/A320 and Dash 8 passenge
4. WFS Partners Transglobal in Nairobi
Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has signed an agreement with Transglobal Cargo Centre in Kenya to take over the full management, operation and business development of Transglobal’s fresh produce and cargo terminal at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Transglobal Cargo Centre now operates under the Africa Flight Services (AFS) brand, the WFS division responsible for the
5. WFS Appoints Richard Van Bruygom as CEO Americas
Worldwide Flight Services (WFS), one of the world’s largest providers of cargo handling services, has appointed Richard Van Bruygom to head its Americas division as CEO. Richard Van Bruygom assumed his position on 1 November, and also joins the Executive Management of the global leading ground handling group. He reports directly to the Chairman and CEO of WFS Global.
6. WFS Wins Major Milan Airport Contract
Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has been awarded the handling concession for a new 5,000 sqm cargo terminal at Milan Malpensa Airport, part of a major investment programme to increase the airport’s cargo capacity to one million tonnes a year by 2020.
7. Worldwide Flight Services Signs 5-Year Ground Handling Contract with easyJet
Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has signed a five-year ground handling contract with easyJet. Under the terms of the contract, WFS is responsible for easyJet’s check-in, bag drop, boarding, baggage loading, aircraft reconfiguration and push-back at Edinburgh Airport, and vice versa for arriving flights and customers.
8. WFS Awarded Hong Kong Cruise Terminal Management and Operations Contract
A consortium led by Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has been awarded the tenancy agreement for the new HK$8.156 billion (US$1.046 billion) cruise terminal at Kai Tak by the Tourism Commission of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

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