Swissport International Ltd., which is owned by Ferrovial, a leading global infrastructure and service corporation based in Spain, provides ground services for over 70 million passengers and 3.5 million tonnes of cargo a year on behalf of some 650 client companies. With its workforce of around 33 000 personnel, Swissport is active at 173 airports in 38 countries on five continents, and generated consolidated operating revenue of CHF 1.9 billion (EUR 1.2 billion or USD 1.7 billion) last year.
Three newly developed Aspire airport lounges are set to open over the coming weeks at key locations around the globe, further adding to the established network of Aspire Lounges throughout the UK and Europe.
Letter from Philipp Joeinig, Swissport's Executive Vice President, stresses that the country’s Highest Economic Court ruled in favor of Swissport, overruled all prior decisions and referred the case back to the first instance court.
Geneva-based airport and airlines service company Swissport International on Sept. 23 closed one of two chapters to restore ownership rights in a local cargo handler worth an estimated $25 million that it lost to its erstwhile partner Ukraine...
Deals for Constantine, Batna and Tlemcen airports will further strengthen Swissport’s market position in Algeria and Africa along wilth current operations in South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Morocco, Nigeria and Cameroon.