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WFS Attracts 20 International Airlines to New India Cargo Operation

Worldwide Flight Services has signed handling contracts with 20 global airlines since opening its first cargo terminal in India at the end of May.

WFS to operate an international cargo handing operation at Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru (BLR) in partnership with BIAL, Bangalore International Airport Limited. New airline customers for WFS Bengaluru Private Ltd (WFSBPL) in India have signed contracts of between 3-5 years to benefit from the organisation’s international standards of safety, security, and service.

“After a great deal of planning and preparation, it was an honour for WFS to commence its first-ever operations in India in Bengaluru at the end of May and we are proud to have already won so many important airline customers. It is a tribute to our local teams, partners and stakeholders, as well as colleagues from other WFS & SATS stations around the world, who assisted in our launch, that we have achieved such a smooth operational transition,” said Manish Agnihothri, CEO of WFS Bengaluru Private Limited.

“Our goal from the outset has been to bring our international cargo handling expertise into the Indian market and to add value for India’s air cargo community stakeholders., we aim to play an important role in helping Bengaluru realise its air cargo growth ambitions,” added John Batten, WFS’ Chief Executive Officer EMEAA.

Raveen Pinto, Vice President – Aviation Business, BIAL said: “BIAL is pleased to announce that WFS, a leading global company in ground handling and cargo services, has joined our airport community as one of the two cargo terminal operators. This partnership is exciting as WFS will leverage its international experience and best practices to enhance our airport cargo operations and make them more efficient and smoother. We are eager to grow and thrive together in the future as the preferred gateway of the region.”

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