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Dnata Switzerland in JV at Geneva Airport

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Following an open tender invitation, Dnata Switzerland set up a new joint venture company called GVAssistance to enable it to offer enhanced passenger services at Geneva airport.

The new joint venture company has been awarded the license with an initial duration of five years and will commence operation on 1 November this year. It aims to ensure that all travellers with reduced mobility will receive appropriate assistance as they pass through Geneva airport.

A range of special services will be extended to passengers travelling with Dnatas airline customers. These will include providing departing passengers with help from check-in to boarding the aircraft and arriving passengers with assistance in retrieving their baggage from the belts inside the terminal.

 We at Dnata Geneva are proud to play an active part in this important initiative. It has always been our objective to ensure that disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility are given equal opportunity for air travel and to ensure that they receive every assistance on their journey through the airport from check-in to boarding, said Philippe Dessaux, Dnatas Director for Airline Handling, Geneva and a member of the board of GVAssistance. The new license allows us to properly integrate our previous special services department into the new company to widen and improve our service to our airline clients and their passengers.

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