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Kuwait Airways selects ATC Aviation as cargo GSSA

Kuwait Airways selects ATC Aviation as cargo GSSA

As of September 1,2021 ATC Aviation Services has represented Kuwait Airways as Cargo
GSSA in Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Switzerland and Slovenia. The carrier has already a long-lasting successful partnership with ATC in Austria and
the Netherlands.

The globally operating GSSA with 54 offices in 33 countries will be responsible for all
cargo sales in these countries.

The national carrier of the State of Kuwait operates scheduled flights from Kuwait to
the Middle and Far East, Indian subcontinent as well as Europe and North America
with a current fleet of 30 aircrafts. The Kuwait Airways network includes 46 countries
around the globe.

Fayez Al-Enezi, director of public relations and media, Kuwait Airways stated:
“Kuwait Airways is pleased to select ATC Aviation Services as our Cargo GSSA from 1st
September 2021. The GSSA agreement with ATC Aviation Services enables us to further
enhance and expand our services and activities related to cargo, assist in providing
the highest service levels to customers, develop our business in the covered territories,
as well as maintain Kuwait Airways’ reputation in terms of quality of services rendered.”

Ingo Zimmer, CEO ATC Aviation Services (pictured): “We are excited to work with Kuwait Airways
and together we will find the best solutions to grow the business with our common
experience and industry knowledge. The fact that a single partner covers a bigger
number of territories will ease communication and create synergies to fill capacities in
both directions. Furthermore, for Europe a centralized capacity control optimizes the
space utilization and revenue management.”

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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