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Etihad Cargo Certifies Worldwide Flight Services as Preferred Handling Partner

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Etihad Cargo has certified international ground handling services company Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) as a Preferred Handling Partner (PHP).

The two-year PHP certification with WFS is focused initially on six Etihad Cargo stations: London, Brussels, Paris, Bangkok, Washington D.C. and Seattle.

The Etihad Cargo-WFS PHP deal will standardise the product and service we jointly deliver, strengthen our network operations, and will enhance the reliability and quality of ground handling services to our customers. It also raises the bar for other suppliers to join our Etihad Cargo PHP program, said David Kerr, Etihad Airways Vice President Cargo. We look forward to developing this partnership into one of mutual confidence and trust, and maximising the returns on our commercial operations.

Olivier Bijaoui, President and Chief Executive Officer of Worldwide Flight Services, added, We are proud to have attained the status of a Preferred Handling Partner of Etihad Cargo at major stations in Europe, North America and Asia. We welcome a program that promotes high-quality cargo handling procedures and world class service levels because it enables us to demonstrate the professionalism and consistency of our people and processes, and provide for ongoing growth opportunities.

Etihad Cargo serves 92 destinations internationally and operates a dedicated fleet of three Boeing B777F, one Boeing 747-400F, one Boeing 747-ERF, one Boeing 747-8F and two Airbus A330-200F [see video below].

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