Middle East Airlines extends cargo handling contract

Contract with Menzies Aviation has been renewed for another two years as MEA strengthens network in Africa and Asia
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MEA recently signed an order for four A321XLR and will use them to strengthen its network in Africa and Asia
MEA recently signed an order for four A321XLR and will use them to strengthen its network in Africa and Asia

Middle East Airlines has extended a cargo handling contract with Menzies Aviation.

The contract period, which began in September 2019, will run for a further two years.

Giles Wilson, Chief Executive Officer for Menzies, told The Stat Trade Times that the company is seeing contract renewals “time and time again”.

He said: “We look forward to strengthening our existing partnerships, and to forging equally strong relationships with new airline customers in the UK over the coming years.”

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