General sales and service agent, Network Airline Services (NAS), has renewed its ground handling agreement with Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) in Belgium and The Netherlands for a further five years.
NAS says similar agreements with WFS at other international stations will potentially be confirmed later this year. The two companies started working together in 2015.
Marc Claesen, Senior Vice President Commercial EMEAA at WFS, says the contract extension reflects the close working partnership with NAS Europe, and the high safety, security and service levels delivered by the WFS teams at Brussels Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
“We are delighted to be continuing our relationship with Network Airline Services and thank Patricia Heilbrink, Managing Director, and the NAS Europe team for the confidence they have shown in WFS at these two major airport gateways. We look forward to serving NAS and their customers over the next five years and continuing to contribute to the company’s growth,” he added.
WFS handles various airlines for the wider Network Aviation Group in The Netherlands, including Allied Air Cargo, Astral Aviation, Air Malta, and RwandAir as well as Allied Air Cargo, Astral Aviation, Air Malta and Air Mauritius in Belgium.