New handling contracts for WFS

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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Japan Airlines has awarded new online and offline handing contracts to Worldwide Flight Services in Europe.

The airline has partnered with WFS in Liège to provide cargo handling and ramp transportation for its new weekly Boeing 747 freighter flight from the Belgian airport to Tokyo. In a separate development, Japan Airlines has also extended its offline handling agreement with WFS at Brussels airport, which sees WFS working closely with the airline’s cargo GSSA partner, J-Air, to co-ordinate road transport connections for Japan Airlines’ flights from Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and London.

WFS has also been appointed by Japan Airlines to handle a series of all-cargo flights ex-Brussels airport to Osaka this summer, carrying Covid-19 vaccines.

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