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WFS picks up 3 year contract with Qantas at DFW

WFS picks up 3 year contract with Qantas at DFW

Qantas has awarded Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) with a three-year contract at Dallas Fort/Worth International Airport covering passenger operations, cargo and ramp handling.

The Australian flag carrier operates seven Airbus A380 passenger flights a week from Dallas to Sydney as well as a weekly Boeing 747-400 Freighter service.

WFS’s client base at Dallas/Fort Worth includes AirBridgeCargo Airlines, Air China, Air France KLM, Avianca, British Airways, Cargolux, China Airlines, Emirates Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Lufthansa Cargo, Korean Air, Nippon Cargo Airlines and UPS.

Ray Jetha, senior vice president sales and business development for WFS says: “Qantas’ decision to award us this important new contract reflects the reputation we have established as the premier service provider for leading airlines at Dallas/Fort Worth due to our operational processes, priority focus on safety and security, business transparency and technological advances.”


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