AeroGround, the ground handling subsidiary of
FMG, the Munich Airport operating company, has entered into
long-term deals with more than 20 airline customers over the past
With the signing of these deals the company, which
began doing business at the start of this year with new, more
competitive structures, has achieved a successful market debut.
Among the key customers acquired by AeroGround
in 2011 are the two Russian airlines AK Bars Aero and Yakutia, Air
Arabia from Egypt and the Slovakian airline Danube Wings.
company has also signed handling contracts with Air France, KLM, Fedex, EL AL, Germania, Pegasus Airlines, Thai Airways, Turkish
Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Air China, US Airways, Adria
Airways, Air Malta, Croatia Airlines and Cirrus Airlines.
AeroGround's largest customer is Lufthansa, which entered into a
six-year agreement for handling services at Munich Airport at the beginning of the year.
"The trust shown by the airlines in
AeroGround is an affirmation for us that we are on the right track
with the new positioning of our company. This trust will also spur
us on in our continuous efforts to develop and improve our quality
and efficiency," said Siegfried Pasler, the managing director of
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