Thursday, July 18, 2024
Frontier Airlines and Menzies Aviation scale up network

Frontier Airlines and Menzies Aviation scale up network

Menzies Aviation, the world’s largest aviation services company, is pleased to announce a new contract with Frontier Airlines to provide full ground services at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) from next month. This award bolsters Menzies’ successful fuel services operations at ATL where it provides into-plane fueling for many airlines.

Menzies will invest around $3 million into new ground services equipment (GSE) and recruit a new team of almost 200 colleagues to manage the ground services operation.

This will be the 20th city where Menzies provides services to Frontier across the US and Mexico. With the addition of ATL, Menzies will be the carrier’s service provider at three of their largest hubs including Denver International Airport (DEN) and Orlando International Airport (MCO).

Read more: Menzies Aviation, Mullen Automotive and Loop Global pilot new electric vehicles and charging infrastructure at Los Angeles International Airport

“We are delighted to expand into ground services at Atlanta and to add another important Frontier location to our large network of airports with the airline.  We know the Frontier product very well from our existing operations especially in Denver and Orlando and we are excited to work with Frontier at this new location to provide safe, secure and consistent quality service for Frontier and their guests,” John Redmond, Executive Vice President Americas, Menzies Aviation, said.

“We have built up a strong relationship over the past several years with Menzies and we consider them a trusted and reliable business partner. Frontier is focused on delivering a friendly and reliable experience for our customers, and partners like Menzies are essential in helping us to deliver upon our promise of Low Fares Done Right. Menzies is now our partner in 20 cities and we are looking forward to working with their new team in Atlanta,” Jake Filene, Senior Vice President Customers, Frontier Airlines, said.

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