Dnata opens new catering facility

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Dnata continues to invest in its catering operations in the US.

The company has opened a new, 4,700 square metre (51,000 square foot) facility at George Bush Intercontinental airport and now offers catering services in Houston, with a capacity of more than 10,000 meals a day.

Dnata’s latest expansion will create more than 150 new jobs with the company. Its launch customer is British Airways, which operates two daily flights from Houston.

Robin Padgett, Divisional Senior Vice President for dnata’s catering division, said: “We are delighted to open another best-in-class catering facility at a major US airport. Our expansion into Houston once again underlines our commitment to the United States, where we see excellent business opportunities for dnata.”

The handler has added that it will further enhance its operations in the US in 2019, opening four additional catering facilities at the airports of Boston, Los Angeles, Newark and San Francisco.

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